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Federal and Provincial Governments Investing in Ontario's Craft Breweries

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Federal and Provincial Governments Investing in Ontario's Craft Breweries

Today, the governments of Canada and Ontario announced an investment of more than $1 million towards 20 projects for Ontario Craft Breweries through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership. Investments include:

Development

Municipality

Project

Total Funding

Shacklands Brewing Co. Ltd.

City of Toronto

Completed a marketing research study and marketing plan.

$2,275

Partake Brewing

Town of Whitby

Conduct marketing activities and produce launch samples to help increase domestic market share.

$38,710

Eastbound Brewing Company Inc.

City of Toronto

Develop a marketing campaign and sampling program to showcase new flavours of beer.

$13,828

Collective Arts Brewing Limited

City of Hamilton

Purchase and install a centrifuge system, including water plan commissions and piping to replace its current filtration system.

$75,000

Old Credit Brewing Co. Ltd.

City of Mississauga

Purchased and installed a canning line and compressor equipment to provide a new product to meet consumer demand.

$52,791

Partake Brewing

City of Mississauga

Conduct formulation development, product testing, scale-up trials and purchase/install new packaging to help bring to market four new non-alcoholic beer products.

$52,500

Left Field Brewery Inc.

City of Toronto

Purchase and install equipment and a depalletizer to produce a new line of sour beers and help meet market demand.

$75,000

Old Flame Brewing Co.

Township of Scugog

Purchase a canning line and develop a new seasonal product that showcases locally sourced ingredients to help meet market demand.

$74,156

Elora Brewing Company

Township of Centre Wellington

Purchased and installed new equipment to help support the development of a new product and make improvements to the production facility.  

$62,903

Brimstone Brewery Company Inc.

Town of Fort Erie

Purchase and install new equipment to help increase business growth and improve profitability.

$28,607

Ashton Brewing Company

City of Ottawa

Purchase and install a new canning line to help support the development of a new product and increase business growth.  

$49,776

Cowbell Brewing Co.

Township of North Huron

Purchase and install a production system to create an on-site research and development system for a new product and be flexible to changing market demands.

$75,000

Eastbound Brewing Company Inc.

City of Toronto

Purchase and install a pilot brewhouse to try new formulations before going to full-scale production and meet changing market demands.

29,119

Saulter Street Brewery

City of Toronto

Purchase and install an automated canning line and meet existing market demands from the LCBO and grocery stores.

$28,619

Brock Street Brewing Company Ltd

Town of Whitby

Purchased and installed a pilot brew system

to create seasonal brews faster to address changing market demand.

$75,000

Four Fathers Brewing Company Ltd.

City of Cambridge

Purchased and installed a brew clean system to manage its wastewater stream.

$9,599

Amsterdam Brewing Co. Limited

City of Toronto

Purchase and install a wet grist milling system to help improve labour productivity and product quality while also reducing waste.

$148,750

Brock Street Brewing Company Limited

Town of Whitby

Purchase and install a new automated clean system to help reduce water consumption and help decrease the use of chemicals for the cleaning process.

$75,000

Great Lakes Brewery

City of Toronto

Purchase and install a new centrifuge separator system to reduce waste while growing beer production.

$75,000

Brock Street Brewing Company Ltd.

Town of Whitby

Purchase and install a self-cleaning centrifuge system.

53,361

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