ST. JOHN’S, NL – The Newfoundland and Labrador Craft Brewers Association has joined the Government of Newfoundland and Labradorit is come home 2022 tourism initiative with the release of a new Craft Brewers Passport encourage visits to breweries and other craft alcohol producers across the province.
As described in the ad:
With 18 attendees in locations from Labrador City to Quidi Vidi and many places in between, this partnership between the Newfoundland and Labrador Craft Brewers Association and Come Home 2022 supports the tour of our province’s beautiful communities while supporting local businesses. .
The Craft Brewery Passport contains information on all craft breweries in Newfoundland and Labrador, including their location and the three main products they make. At each participating brewery, cider house and/or distillery, participants will receive a stamp. The first person to collect stamps from all 18 breweries will win a prize worth $100 from each craft brewery.
Participating locations where Passport is available include:
- Baccalieu Trail Brasserie – 1 Conception Bay Highway, Bay Roberts
- Bannerman Brewery – 90 Duckworth Street, St. John’s
- Boomstick brewing – 55 West Street, Corner Brook
- Bootleg Brew Co. – 92 West Street, Corner Brook
- Crooked Feeder Brewing – 351 Veterans Parkway, Cormack
- Dildo Brewing – 7 Front Road, Dildo
- iron rock brewery – 118 Humphrey Road, Labrador City
- Landwash Brewery – 181 Commonwealth Avenue, Mount Pearl
- Ninepenny Brewery – 75 Conception Bay Highway, CBS
- Newfoundland Cider Society – 7 Stringer’s Lane, George’s Brook-Milton
- The Newfoundland Distillery. – 14 Conception Bay Highway, Clarke Beach
- Port Rexton Brewery – 6 Ship Cove Road, Port Rexton
- Quidi Vidi Brewery – 35 Barrows Road, St. John’s
- RagnaRock Northern Brewing – 223-227 West Street, Saint-Antoine
- Mixing in rough waters – 83 Wights Road, Deer Lake
- Secret Cove Brewery – 92-96 Main Street, Port au Port East
- Split Rock Brewing – 119 Main Street, Twillingate
- YellowBelly Brewery – 88 Water Street, St. John’s
For more details, see the press release on the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador website.
Source and photo: Government of Newfoundland and Labrador