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Grab a drink, catch a meeting? Leland’s first brewery, distillery planned across from Town Hall

Beer Picture of the Week: a pint of the Bier Garden Kolsch at Wilmington Brewing Co. (Port City Daily photo/Mark Darrough)
The Town of Leland could soon welcome its first brewery and distillery — across from Leland Town Hall. (Port City Daily photo/Mark Darrough)

LELAND — Though few details are available, developers are planning a new brewery and distillery in Leland — both firsts for the town.

The Town of Leland’s Technical Review Committee (TRC) discussed the project at its meeting Tuesday, according to the town’s economic development report this week. A mixed-use development is being planned in multiple phases, according to the report.

New brewery and distillery

The project’s first phase will include a brewery, with follow-up phases to include a distillery and townhouses. The TRC reviewed a development site plan for the project Tuesday.

Planned directly across from Leland Town Hall on Old Fayetteville Road, the multi-use project would be adjacent to RAMCO Machine and Pump Service. A handful of skinny, deep, undeveloped parcels fit this description, but are owned by different individuals (as opposed to LLCs, as is typical with mixed-use projects) according to current county records.

Brunswick County is home to two breweries: 34° North Experiment Station in Shallotte and Makai Brewing Company in Ocean Isle Beach (Check Six closed this summer after four years in Southport).

Last year, Bridgewater Wines opened in Ocean Gate Plaza, filling the town’s craft alcohol void. Across the river, the Wilmington region is home to 16 breweries (more per capita than Charlotte).

Nov. 25 update: Leland has provided requested TRC documents and Port City Daily is working on a follow-up to this article with more details on the project.

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