Growler station at P.E.I. liquor store aims to increase sales of local beer
A state-of-the-art pouring station at Borden-Carleton’s Gateway Village will help promote P.E.I. breweries.
The new “growler station” has been installed at the Gateway liquor store and features local beer producers like Moth Lane, P.E.I. Brewing Company, Gahan House, Upstreet Bewery and Barnone.
It’s part of the P.E.I. Liquor Control Commission’s efforts to expand its stores’ craft beer selection.
“The gateway store historically has the highest percentage of local sales,” said Allen Roach, the minister responsible for the liquor commission.
“With many of the Borden-Carleton store’s customers being tourists, what better place is there to introduce a new growler station giving customers access to a larger selection of local products?”