OTTAWA, ON – Six years after
launching as a contract brewery
,Shillow Beer Co.
has announced plans to open its own bricks-and-mortar location next
year in Ottawa.

Founded by brewmaster Jamie Shillow and her husband &
company president Ben Shillow, the label was launched when the
couple lived in Toronto, and has continued after their relocation
to Ottawa, with brands including Bitter Waitress Black
IPA
, Beer Snob Belgian Rye Ale, and
Bandwagon Raspberry Pale Ale available via LCBO,
grocery stores, and licensees in Ontario.

Currently brewing out of Junction Craft Brewing
in Toronto, the Shillows are now setting up shop in a
3800-square-foot facility at 1458 Cyrville Road in Ottawa’s east
end. In addition to the brewhouse, the space will launch with a
retail shop that will have COVID-19 protocols in place if still
required at the time. Home delivery and Ontario-wide shipping will
also be offered, and an on-site taproom will follow sometime after
opening.

“We are beyond excited to be finally opening our own
facility,†says Jamie Shillow in the announcement. “I’ve been
designing and testing several new beer recipes and can’t wait to
start brewing on my own system.â€

The Shillow Beer Co. brewery and retail shop is expected to open
in Spring 2021. For more details, see the brewery’s website and social media pages.

Source & Photo: Shillow Beer Co.

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