LaBelle Brewing Co. plans changes in LaBelle

Posted 8/25/21

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LaBelle Brewing Co. plans changes in LaBelle


LABELLE —  Buckingham Farms, the farm-to-table restaurant located inside LaBelle Brewing, Co., will not be renewing their lease at their current location, but LaBelle Brewing Co. plans to be involved with a new restaurant in September.

The lease for the LaBelle restaurant apparently ends on Saturday, August 28.

Their original Fort Myers location will remain open.

"We are excited at the prospects for the future for LaBelle Brewing Co. We have partnered with a well-known, local restauranteur to create an integrated dining and brewery experience, unlike any other in Hendry County. It is our mission to continue to provide a place for the people of LaBelle and Southwest Florida to enjoy good beer and good food, "said  Dan Peregrin, LaBelle Brewing Co. Owner.

"The new restaurant will be opening in the month of September, and we will send out a news release with grand opening information, as soon as we are ready," explained Susan Frantz, who is handling public relations.