his is part of a year-long ‘Love for Local’ series called NB365: portraits of New Brunswick entrepreneurs, businesses and organizations. Huddle is a media partner with Love for Local. Today, we hear from Alan Norman and Jerrica Kennedy of Tireshack Brewing in Moncton.
AFTER LIVING IN TORONTO FOR MANY YEARS WE COULDN’T WAIT TO GET BACK HOME TO THE MARITIMES.
Moncton is an incredible place that is going through some pretty amazing changes. We are so proud to call New Brunswick home and to be a part of this fantastic community.
Tire Shack Brewing is located in an old auto garage. We renovated an abandoned auto garage into a craft brewery. It was a gargantuan task and some days we had to ask ourselves if we were crazy.
However, the support of the community has been absolutely overwhelming. We truly appreciate it! Supporting local is the driving factor behind everything we do. We are constantly working with other local businesses wherever possible as this is so important to the growth of the community and the city as a whole.
We are so excited to continue these partnerships and to forge new ones. The quality, craftsmanship, skills and service of local businesses in New Brunswick are absolutely incredible. We are very much looking forward to the future.