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Picaroons Roundhouse

912 Union Street
Fredericton, NB

Picaroons Roundhouse

This newly renovated historic site is perfectly situated along the walking trail on the north end of the Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge.  Originally built in 1885 by B. Mooney & Sons. using bricks made at Boss Gibson’s brick yard, this building has been lovingly restored and now serves as both the brewery, and tasting room.  The Roundhouse is a friendly and casual wide-open space featuring long communal tables and hard surfaces overlooking the St. John River.

On top of the six dedicated Picaroons taps, the Roundhouse offers one local guest tap, and one cider tap.  You can also find most other New Brunswick craft beer and ciders for sale in growlers, cans and bottles, including many that are not available at local liquor stores!   

If you are hungry, Locavore Foods is on site to fill the hole with locally-sourced casual meals and snacks.  The food is fresh, and made without deep fryers.  Selections include lots of salads, vegan options, sandwiches and curries, with a menu that changes based on what is in season in New Brunswick.