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Brass Cannon Brewing Celebrating Ten Years In The Craft Beverage Business

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YORK-Brass Cannon Brewing is celebrating a decade of serving craft beverages to the Greater Williamsburg area.

The veteran-owned brewery, one of the first to emerge onto Williamsburg’s craft beverage scene, first opened in Toano in 2012. The establishment relocated to a larger space in its current location at 5476 Mooretown Rd. almost six years ago.

“It’s been a cool thing to have been in business for the past ten years,” said Phil Norfolk, the brewery’s co-founder and general manager, in a phone interview on March 29. “It’s been a good journey, especially given the last few years.”

Brass Cannon Brewing specializes in a variety of different styles of craft beers, including stouts, ales, sours, and IPAs. The beer is only available at the brewery’s taproom, which is called The Cannon.

The brewery will honor its first decade in business with an anniversary celebration featuring music, food, and brews on Saturday, April 2. From 6pm to 9pm, patrons can listen to live music by Wyatt Baldwin and enjoy food from Kribside Dawgs and Hawgs.

“We are looking forward to everyone having a good time,” Norfolk said.

For more information, visit Brass Cannon Brewing’s Facebook page.

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