“We were very intrigued by the Dey’s Body Shop, as a lot of people are. It’s an architectural gem and one of the few remaining pieces of our industrial heritage downtown,” said Scott Brown. “It always struck us as the perfect place to have a brewpub.”
According to Brown, the brewpub will have a large selection of house-brewed beers, a gourmet beerhall menu, seating for up to 180 patrons including the patio and a private event space.
Black Bellows Brewing started in 2014 as a contract brewery and offer their beer at the LCBO and select bars and restaurants.
They anticipate to be open by end of summer 2019.