156.1 Brewery, Winery and Distillery        

 

(a)       means a use:

 

(i)         where beer, wine, spirits and other alcoholic beverages are manufactured;

 

(ii)        that may have areas and facilities for the storage, packaging, bottling, canning and shipping of the products made;

 

(iii)       that may have a private hospitality area where products made on the premises are provided to private groups for tasting and consumption as a special event;

 

(iv)       that may include the retail sale of products made on the premises for consumption off the premises;

 

(v)        that may include a public area of 75.0 square metres or less where beer, wine, spirits and other alcoholic beverages manufactured on the premises are sold to the general public for consumption on the premises;

 

(vi)       where the private hospitality area and the public area may be separate floor areas or may occur in the same floor area, but whether these activities are combined or separate the public area may not exceed the maximum in subsection (a)(v) unless combined with another use as contemplated in subsection (c);

 

 (vii)      that may include the preparation and sale of food for consumption on the premises to private groups in the private hospitality area and to the general public in the public area;

 

(b)       is a use within the General Industrial Group in Schedule A to this Bylaw;

 

(c)        may be combined with a Drinking Establishment – Large, Drinking Establishment – Medium, Drinking Establishment – Small, Restaurant:  Licensed – Large, Restaurant:  Licensed – Medium or Restaurant: Licensed – Small when one of these uses is also a listed use in the same district as a Brewery, Winery and Distillery, but the maximum total public area of the combined uses is the largest public area allowed in one of the combined uses;

 

(d)        when the use includes a public area, it must not have any openings, except emergency exits, loading bay doors or non-opening windows, on a façade that faces a residential district or abuts a lane separating the parcel from a residential district;

 

(e)        when the use includes a public area, it must not have an exterior entrance located on a façade that faces a residential district, unless that façade is separated from the residential district by an intervening street;

 

(f)        when the use is located in an industrial district, the maximum floor area of a display and sales area located in a building is the greater of:

(i)         38.0 square metres; or

 

                                                (ii)        20.0 per cent of the gross floor area of the use to a maximum of 465.0 square metres;

 

(g)          requires a minimum number of motor vehicle parking stalls that is the sum of:

           

                                    (i)         the greater of:

 

                                                                        (A)       1.0 stalls per 100.0 square metres of gross usable floor area for the first 2000.0 square metres, and then 1.0 stalls for each subsequent 500.0 square metres, not including any public area; or

 

                                                                        (B)       1.0 stalls per three (3) employees based on the maximum number of employees at the use at any given time, not including employees working only in the public area; and

 

                                                (ii)        1.70 motor vehicle parking stalls per 10.0 square metres of public area where beer, wine, spirits and other alcoholic beverages manufactured on the premises are sold to the general public for consumption on the premises

 

(h)          does not require bicycle parking stalls – class 1; and

 

(i)            requires a minimum of 1.0 bicycle parking stalls – class 2 per 250.0 square metres of gross usable floor area.”