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Bellwoods Opens Retail Store

IMG_20130123_191123You may have seen a lot of changes going on at Bellwoods Brewery recently. It’s all been in anticipation of their retail store which opened today. Now you don’t have to wait for the various Saturday openings and long lines to take some of their beer home. This week they will only be opening in the evenings from 5pm to 11pm, but every other day they will be open from noon until 11pm. (except Sundays when they are only open until 6pm due to the Ontario Liquor Code.)

They are also changing the kitchen set up to allow for more seating in the main area to the south. Although we did have a nice January patio day this year, in the winter it gets crowded inside and us patrons can use the space.

The beer lineup at the retail show will be changing depending on what’s being brewed behind the scenes but today it opened with a wide selection. The following beers were on tap:

650ml bottles from $4.75 and up.

  • Muggleweisse (Light Sour Brown Ale, 3.9% ABV)
  • Common (Dry Hopped Session Ale, 4.1% ABV)IMG_20130123_191223
  • White Picket Fence (Belgian Wheat, 4.8% ABV)
  • Bootknife (Belgian Brown Ale, 5.4% ABV)
  • American Brown Ale (As described, 6.0% ABV)
  • Petal Head (Dry Hopped Saison, 6.1% ABV)
  • Monogamy (Nelson Sauvin, Single Hope Pale Ale Series, 6.4% ABV)
  • Roman Candle (IPA, 6.8% ABV)
  • Blitzen (BOTTLE CONDITIONED Spiced Saison, 10.7% ABV $14)
  • Witchshark (Imperial IPA, 9.0% ABV)

Growlers:

  • Common (Dry Hopped Session Ale, 4.1% ABV)
  • White Picket Fence (Belgian Wheat, 4.8% ABV)

By the time I arrived today they were already sold out of the American Brown, but I’m sure they are brewing more.

We’re excited to finally be able to walk down the street, especially on a cold winter night and pick up a few pints to take home of good, locally brewed beer.

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