Canada’s northernmost brewery opens today in Iqaluit

From CBC News, by Angela Hill

Nunavut Brewing Company, a new brewery in Iqaluit, serves four different brews: Floe Edge, Frob Gold, Aupaqtuq and Celebration Ale. (Angela Hill/CBC). Originally Posted: Aug 24, 2018 3:00 AM CT | Last Updated: August 24

Nunavut Brewing Company had faced delays due to water worries

The Nunavut Brewing Company, the northernmost brewery and brewpub in Canada, opens in Iqaluit this afternoon, marking the first time all 13 provinces and territories have had a running brewery.

“We’re so ready and excited to be opening the brewery,” said general manager Katie Barbour.

The brewery and brewpub is housed in a building on Iqaluit Lane, just past the turnoff to Sylvia Grinnell Territorial Park.

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