Road closures will again be in affect overnight as more large brewing tanks are moved to the new Molson Coors brewery site on Kerr Ave. (Darren McDonald Photo)

More brewing tanks arriving in Chilliwack overnight

A total of 99 brewing tanks are being moved to the Chilliwack Molson Coors location

  • Jun. 4, 2018 8:30 a.m.

The next wave of brewing tanks is set to arrive overnight at the Molson Coors brewery in Chilliwack.

The tanks, barged up the Fraser River last week, are currently staged at the Cattermole Industrial Park. They’ll begin their journey over land after midnight tonight, arriving at the Kerr Avenue brewery site before dawn Tuesday.

Affected routes during the tank transport include Industrial/Progress Way, Lickman Road, Luckakuck Way, Evans Road, Yale Road, and Kerr Avenue.

Supreme Structural Transport is overseeing the transportation project.

Molson Coors is installing a total of 99 beer tanks – 49 which have arrived from overseas, the remaining 50 tanks are being manufactured in Abbotsford.

The first six tanks were moved into place on May 29.

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