Posted September 28, 2016
Nickel Brook’s brewery goes funk and sour only
Burlington – Nickel Brook Brewing Co. today announced its original brewery at 864 Drury Lane in Burlington is now operating as a full-time funk and sour beer brewing facility.
Dubbed the Funk Lab, the brewery says it is now poised as the foremost funk brewer in Ontario.
“The Funk Lab is dedicated to brewing small-batch funk and sour beers using rare and wild yeast strains, as well as barrel-ageing beers such as fan-favourites Cuvée and Winey Bastard.,” says the brewery.”
This change stems from the purchase of the Arts & Science brewery in Hamilton – a co-venture between Nickel Brook and Collective Arts Brewing, where both the brewers’ primary brands are now produced.
Nickel Brook will be hosting a Funk Lab Launch Event at BarHop, 391 King Street, Toronto on October 3rd, 2016 beginning at g at 7pm. Further details will be available on the brewery’s Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages.