14 comments on “Bumblebee Bight Inn and Brewery of Pilley’s Island, Newfoundland

  1. Congratulations, Dino and Nat on opening your doors. Wishing you Godspeed in finishing up the Brewery and serving your product to all comers!

    • Sorry for the late reply to your kind words – just revisiting this blog today for the first time…Thank you so much for taking the time to write to us.

    • Sorry for the lateness in responding to this comment. We are revisiting some of the great media that others have put out for us and have just seen this. You can call 709 72 4512 any time and we will be glad to “accomodate you”…lol

    • We would love to host you now that we have all three branches of our business up and running… the 8 taps are full of a variety of beers, our taphouse menu is dynamic and delicious and our deluxe rooms are ready for you to relax in… call 709 702 4512 and speak to our crew anytime.

  2. So exciting Natalie and Deno!!! Congratulations, and BB will be on my list of places to visit on my next trip to the Rock…..soon I hope.

    • Thank you Deb and we expect a lot of cross Canada touring of past friends and family as soon as Covid allows. You know where to find us… we will keep the beers cold, the food hot and the beds warm for your arrival. Thanks for leaving a comment Deb.

    • This is an old style ampersand – the symbol for and- and is a nod to the people who first found Bumbleblee Bight in the past… as this is what they would have used instead of the & symbol of today. Our mandate is to find connections between honouring the past and moving Pilley’s Island and all of rural Green Bay South into the future.

  3. Amazing what u have done!! Congratulations!! Wishing you nothing but the best. The old store looks awesome!! Can’t wait to to visit when I’m home again.

    • Thank you Vanessa for the kind words of encouragment and we expect you to walk through the doors and feel like you’re home. I hope we can all travel soon and especailly allow Newfoundlanders to “come home”.

  4. This is a old version of the apersand or & symbol. It was something that was around at the time of the development of this area of Newfoundland but has since been replaced with the more modern & symbol… our mandate is to connect some of the past to the modern present and so we have it in our logo…. if nothing else it’s a conversation starter over a beer or two…right??? Thanks for the opportunity to inform others who may be asking the same question.

  5. thank you so very much for the thumbs up.. it was a bit tough during 2020 to get it all renovated but we are proud of how it all turned out

Leave a Reply