Iqaluit brewery looks to expand liquor licence
NuBrew wants to serve wine and spirits
The Nunavut Brewing Company wants to serve wine and spirits on top of the beer it brews, and the Nunavut Liquor and Cannabis Commission is looking for public feedback on the proposal.
The brewery, commonly known as NuBrew, applied to the liquor board to change its liquor licence from a brew pub designation to a cocktail lounge, the board announced in a public service announcement Friday.
Nunavut Brewing’s brew pub, which is the only business of its kind operating in Nunavut, opened to the public in 2018.
Anybody who wants to provide feedback on the proposed change to the brewery’s liquor licence can contact the liquor board.
Comments must be submitted by Aug. 23.