CRFA’s Luc Erjavec (left) celebrates this victory with CRFA member and owner/operator Bruce Keith of the Hart and Thistle in Halifax.

CRFA’s Luc Erjavec (left) celebrates this victory with CRFA member and owner/operator Bruce Keith of the Hart and Thistle in Halifax.

(Feb. 12/14) CRFA successfully lobbied Service Nova Scotia Minister Mark Furey to allow brew pubs to sell their growlers of fresh beer directly to customers for take away. For years, the province’s brew pub operators were burdened with unnecessary red tape that required them to have a separate, non-liquor licensed area to sell their products to go.

CRFA is confident this change will allow the industry to grow sales while better meeting customer needs.

Click here to read the government press release in which CRFA is quoted.
CRFA’s Luc Erjavec (left) celebrates this victory with CRFA member and owner/operator Bruce Keith of the Hart and Thistle in Halifax.

This regulatory change will reduce unnecessary red tape and help Nova Scotia small businesses grow and prosper. At the same time, it will help quench our customers’ thirst for high-quality, locally made products.
– CRFA’s Luc Erjavec in Nova Scotia government press release, Jan. 29.

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