Posted September 14, 2018
Guelph Civic Museum launches new brewing exhibition
The exhibition is described as focusing on the impact of changes in production, transportation, marketing, gender and policy in Guelph, positioned within current brewing trends in Ontario, across Canada and around the world, both past and present.
“The story begins with whiskey, early independent innkeepers and entrepreneurs, includes English immigrant brewers who established a thriving commercial industry, and then suddenly ends in the late 1930s when Guelph was left without a single brewery for nearly fifty years. Key events in the 1970s and 1980s, and the visionary thinking of several men and women, led to the resurrection of brewing in Guelph in 1985,” organizers explain.
Brewing Changes Guelph runs until February 24, 2019.