The Grove Brewing Company opens new location in Kingsville, Ontario – Canadian Beer News

KINGSVILLE, ON – Six months after its first announcement, The Grove Brewery opened the doors to its new and improved location in Kingsville, Ontario.

Nearly 2,000 customers visited the brasserie and restaurant over the Victoria Day long weekend, according to a press release, and 2,430 pints were served, roughly one every minute the establishment was open. .

The new 7,500 square foot facility is more than 4 times larger than the original Grove location which closed earlier this year, and includes a 2,500 square foot dining room with “full kitchen, local art , a walk-in audience a beer fridge and a 40-tap draw tower.

The extensive food menu includes pizza, burgers, sandwiches, seafood, pasta, and more. Detroit-style and traditional, with several vegetarian and vegan options, and a strong emphasis on local ingredients.

One of the exterior walls of the brewery features a mural by a local street artist DERKZ which “commemorates the legendary stories of Kingsville told through The Grove’s beer brands”.

“We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again; our past and present local community is an integral part of who we are,” co-owner Jeff Smith said in a statement. “We designed our new home around the concept of gathering and celebrating, and it seems the people of Windsor/Essex are settling in very well.”

The Grove Brewing Company is located at 86 Wigle Ave. in Kingsville and is open for food and retail service seven days a week. For more details, see the brewery fact sheet website and Facebook page.

Source and photos: The Grove Brewing Company

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