Invest in Our Brewpub

Prairie Dog Brewing is a new community-oriented craft brewery and restaurant, also known as a brewpub, in South Calgary near the Chinook Centre LRT station, opening winter 2017, and looking for investors.

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The brewpub vibe will be cozy and bohemian with a family-friendly, come-as-you-are attitude. Food will be pub-familiar but made from scratch with an emphasis on local, high-quality ingredients. Staff will be trained as Cicerone Beer Servers and an emphasis will be placed on beer knowledge and education for both guests and the surrounding community.

About the Brewpub

Prairie Dog Brewing was founded by Gerad Coles, Laura Coles, Tyler Potter, Sarah Goertzen and Jason Potter, who are putting everything they have into the project, but it isn’t enough. Prairie Dog Brewing needs investors to assist with construction and working capital in order to get the project off the ground.

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Investment Opportunity

Prairie Dog is currently offering common and preferred shares for purchase. Preferred shares receive a fixed rate of return, while common shares participate in profit-sharing through dividends. All investors receive a lifetime mug club membership, which gives great benefits like free beer and swag, as well as access to members-only events!

We have assembled an investor package containing an investment brochure, frequently asked questions, and our business plan, which offer high-level summaries and in-depth information. This package is the best resource for determining if investing in Prairie Dog is right for you. To receive the investor package or to inquire about this offering, please email us at invest@prairiedogbrewing.ca and provide a few details about yourself, such as your name, locality, and any details you think may be relevant.

This investment offering closes on November 10th, 2017.


NOTE: To participate in this offering investors must qualify under exemptions for private placements set out by the governing authorities in your jurisdiction, such as the Alberta Securities Commission. Information about these exemptions can be found in our investor package.

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