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MD microbrewery will open soon

Construction of the Wild Goose Brewery, Cambridge, MD, is nearing completion, the company's management has stated.

During the next few weeks, the firm reported, Wild Goose will complete the installation of its brewing, bottling and barreling equipment. In mid-September, the brewery will introduce its flagship beer, Wild Goose Amber, a pale ale, to the Annapolis-Baltimore-Washington, D.C. area. Other beers planned include bock beers, Oktoberfests and winter warmers.

The Wild Goose Brewery is located at the old Phillips Packing Co. plant in Cambridge. Production of 6,000 barrels a year is expected, company officials said.

Alan Pugsley, formerly of D.L. Geary Brewing Co. in Portland, ME, is Wild Goose's brewmaster. Approximately 10 people will be employed at the brewery when it is fully operational.
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Title Annotation:Wild Goose Brewery, Cambridge, Maryland
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Aug 21, 1989
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