Microbrewery seeks permission to expand food & beer servings

Council gives thumbs up to Loud Mouth Brewery’s application for a lounge endorsement

Another local microbrewery is seeking the ability to increase its beer sizes and food offerings.

Loud Mouth Brewing Company, which is located in an industrial building on Mt. Lehman Road, just south of Fraser Highway, is seeking a lounge endorsement.

Last Monday, council signed off on the application, which must also go to the Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch.

A lounge endorsement would allow the brewery to serve more than 375 millilitres and expand the food it sells to patrons. Under its existing licence, the brewery can only serve “snack-like” foods and only a limited amount of beer.

If granted its lounge endorsement, the brewery hopes to be open six days a week. Currently, it is open to the public just three days, according to its website.

RELATED: Abbotsford brewery asks for permission to serve beer in full-size glasses


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