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The Kensington Brewing Company is opening a dedicated brewery and bar

The Kensington Brewing Company is opening a dedicated brewery and bar

Brock Shepherd, owner of Kensington Brewing Company, announced today that his small craft brewery will finally be getting its own space in the Market. Shepherd previously had the company’s beers brewed under contract in Etobicoke and then Guelph, and operated KBCo out of Burger Bar, which he sold in December. In addition to dispensing the brand’s flagship brews and one-offs, the new bar, at 299 Augusta Avenue, will also serve a few dishes made by Kensington Market vendors and house a bottle and growler shop. Shepherd has engaged former Mill St. brewer Dave Lee as his head brewer, and plans to launch the bar by the end of the year. [KBCo]

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