Edmonton Zoning Bylaw 12800

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017


99.      Breweries, Wineries and Distilleries

Breweries, Wineries and Distilleries shall comply with the following regulations:

  1. Breweries, Wineries and Distilleries may include a maximum total of 80 m2 of Public Space, where beer, wine, spirits and other alcoholic beverages or alcoholic products are consumed within the premises.

  2. Breweries, Wineries and Distilleries may be combined with a Restaurant, Bar and Neighbourhood Pub, or Nightclub to increase the maximum total Public Space. The total Public Space shall not exceed the total maximum combined Public Space of the Breweries, Wineries and Distilleries Use and the Use it is combined with.

  3. Any Outdoor Public Space shall not be located next to an Abutting Residential Use, existing at the time of approval.

  4. Breweries, Wineries and Distilleries shall not generate odour, dust, waste or delivery traffic in excess of that which is characteristic of the Zone in which it is located.

  5. There shall be no outdoor manufacturing activities, or unenclosed outdoor storage of material or equipment associated with the business.

  6. When a Development Permit application is received for a Breweries, Wineries and Distilleries Use, and the Use is located within a Business Improvement Area, the Development Officer shall send notice of the application to the President of the affected Business Improvement Area Association.

  7. The Development Officer shall consider Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design criteria by ensuring:

  1. the exterior of all establishments have ample transparency from the street to allow natural surveillance;

  2. exterior lighting shall be developed to provide a safe lit environment in accordance with Sections 51 and 58 to the satisfaction of the Development Officer;

  3. Landscaping be low-growing shrubs or deciduous trees with a high canopy at maturity and that all foliage be kept trimmed back to prevent loss of natural surveillance; and

  4. customer access to the store is limited to a store front that is visible from the street, other than a Lane, shopping centre parking lot or a mall access that allows visibility from the interior.