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The Oland family, which formerly owned Oland Brewery, has been active in public life in Nova Scotia. Victor de Bedia Oland was lieutenant-governor of Nova Scotia from 1968 to 1973. Another family member, Sidney Oland, served as a senior executive of Labatt Brewing Company. The Oland family also founded Moosehead beer in 1867, which remains independent.
The company commissioned the building of the schooner Bluenose II. It was later sold to the Province of Nova Scotia.
Brands brewed at Oland's Halifax brewery include:
- Oland Export Ale
- Schooner Lager
- Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale
- Alexander Keith's Red Amber Ale
- Alexander Keith's Traditional Lager
- Bud Light
- Michelob Ultra
- Labatt Blue
- Busch Ice
- Rolling Rock
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