12 Jun Murphy Hospitality Group opens Gahan House Restaurant & Brewery in Moncton, NB
Charlottetown, PE – Murphy Hospitality Group (MHG) from Prince Edward Island is pleased to announce the opening of Gahan House Hub City in Moncton, New Brunswick effective immediately.
The restaurant, which is located at 55 Queen Street, will feature a 120-seat dining room, a seasonal outdoor patio and a 5-barrel DME brewing system. The restaurant will also feature an oyster bar with a variety of fresh, local oysters. MHG had hired approximately 40 staff prior to the opening.
The Gahan brand, which was established in Charlottetown, PEI in 2000, made history in 2008 with the bottling of two of their popular handcrafted ales and has since gone on to achieve gold medal recognition at the Canadian Brewing Awards. The Moncton restaurant and brewery will be the fifth Gahan House location, with sister locations currently in Charlottetown, PEI, Halifax, NS, Saint John, NB and Fredericton, NB and most recently. Gahan products have been available in select ANBL stores across the province since 2011.
Kevin Murphy, President of Murphy Hospitality Group stated “We are very excited about the opening of Gahan House Hub City. It’s been a long time coming and we couldn’t be prouder of our team for helping open one of our new favorite locations. Moncton is a craft beer destination and we very much look forward to being part of this scene.” Murphy added “Moncton has been very good to us in the support of our beers in the NB Liquor stores. We want to support communities that support us and look forward to giving back to another city and the economy of NB.”
MHG, owned by Kevin Murphy & family, is a multi-unit food and beverage operator with nine restaurants, two hotels, and two breweries out of Charlottetown, PEI, one restaurant in Saint John, NB, one restaurant in Fredericton, NB and three restaurants in Halifax, NS. The company employs more than 800 people between the three provinces. The new restaurant will be their third location in New Brunswick.
Kevin Murphy, President