CANADA: McAuslan to invest C7$m in production leap

By Monica Dobie | 30 October 2001

Montreal-based brewery, McAuslan Brewing has announced plans to build a new C$7m brewery, which will see the size of its current operations rise from a 30,000 hectolitre capacity to 200,000hl. The 45-thousand-square-foot brewery will allow the company to produce ales and lagers and also provide the space to brew New Brunswick-based Moosehead beer under license, a deal recently agreed upon.

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Montreal-based brewery, McAuslan Brewing has announced plans to build a new C$7m brewery, which will see the size of its current operations rise from a 30,000 hectolitre capacity to 200,000hl. The 45-thousand-square-foot brewery will allow the company to produce ales and lagers and also provide the space to brew New Brunswick-based Moosehead beer under license, a deal recently agreed upon.

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