Five Years Ago Today, Main Street Brewing Company Arrived in the Heart of Mt. Pleasant

Can you believe it’s been exactly five whole years since Main Street Brewing Company launched in Mt. Pleasant? For this edition of #ThrowbackThursday, we present a series of Scout photographs from when the neighbourhood brewery was getting ready to receive its very first customers. Note the stocking of the merch, the walls bereft of menus, and the other evidence of the opening’s imminence. Sneak in for a pint today and give them a high five!

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  • Exterior, East 7th Ave and Scotia St. | Main Street Brewing
  • High ceilings of the tasting room | Main Street Brewing
  • Tight branding | Main Street Brewing
  • Bar seating | Main Street Brewing
  • Expansive tasting bar area | Main Street Brewing
  • Finishing touches | Main Street Brewing
  • Retail and growler fill entrance | Main Street Brewing
  • Retail and growler fill station | Main Street Brewing
  • Tap that | Main Street Brewing
  • Organising retail | Main Street Brewing
  • Entrance ramp | Main Street Brewing
  • Retail and growler station | Main Street Brewing
  • Growling station detail | Main Street Brewing
  • Brewery | Main Street Brewing
  • Main Street Brewing
  • High top seating with cushions by the window | Main Street Brewing
  • The main thing is the beer... | Main Street Brewing
  • Interior | Main Street Brewing

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