PARIS, ON – A new brewery and taproom that is aiming to be a place where “beer, food and entertainment will combine to create a local, cultural experience for residents and visitors alike” has announced its opening in Paris, Ontario.
Paris Beer Company is located in the historic Wincey Mills Market building, and has been founded by brothers Ken and John Edgar, their wives Jennifer and Marsha, and brewmaster Christian von der Heide.
The Edgar family has been part of the local farming community for seven generations, and are owners of the Von Edgar Hop Yard where the hops used in the brewery’s beers are grown.
Currently in soft launch mode, Paris Beer Company has opened for several reservation-only tasting sessions over the past couple of weeks, with a variety of beers available by the pint and in sample flights including Mill Race Bohemian Pilsner (5.5% abv), Wincey Weiss Wheat Beer (5% abv), Head Gate Helles Lager (4.8% abv), Nith Country Ale (4.8% abv), Tagwerk Smoked Oat Porter (5.8% abv), Barnyard Bully Double IPA (6% abv), Tagwerk Kveik Farmhaus Ale (6.5% abv), Smakelijk Wit (5% abv), and Lazy Dog Heller Bock (6% abv).
A limited food menu is also available, with options expected to expand with the official opening, and the bar offers several wines and sodas in addition to the beer selection.
Paris Beer Company is located at 31 Mechanic Street in Paris. For more details including announcements of upcoming limited capacity sessions and regular opening hours, see the brewery’s website and Facebook page.
Source & Photo: Paris Beer Company Facebook page