The ups and downs of malt

One of the weird things about working in a 150 year-old building is that we must fit our tanks and pipes into the spaces we’ve got. Our milling process is no exception. Here’s how it goes down…and up.

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Don’t Call it a Comeback…

If you’ve visited your local LC lately, you’ll have noticed the absolutely amazing new packaging for Moosehead Pale Ale. It’s a celebration of “the beer that built the brewery.”

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What’s better than one brewery? TWO BREWERIES!

Yes, you read that correctly. We’re building a new, 10,000 square foot brewery in our hometown. We expect it to take more than a year to complete – and hope to be able to open the doors in 2017, our 150th anniversary year.

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A tale of three brothers

The Halifax explosion set a lot of things in motion for the Oland family. George W.C.’s sons – Sidney, George Bauld, and Geoffrey – went to work in three different breweries in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. The brothers were a competitive bunch, and their businesses went head to head in the Maritime market for many years.

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