A day after announcing plans for a new location on Cape Cod, popular Massachusetts beer maker Tree House Brewing has announced another expansion, this time westward with a new location planned for Deerfield.
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Monson, MA 01057-9203
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MassDevelopment — a public-private economic development agency that works to stimulate economic growth across Massachusetts — has issued a $7.7 million tax-exempt bond on behalf of Landreau Realty, LLC, a real estate entity for Tree House Brewing, to help the company build its new 150,000 barrel brewing facility.
In an effort to fill demand, Tree House will build a sizeable new brewery capable of eventually producing more than 125,000 barrels per year. In a blog posted to the company’s website on Tuesday, co-founder Nate Lanier detailed the company’s plans to build a 45,000 sq. ft. brewing facility in Charlton, Mass. Complete with a 50-barrel brewhouse and fermentation tanks as large as 240 barrels, the new brewery will initially be capable of producing 30,000 barrels annually, a significant increase from the 11,000 barrels Tree House will make in 2016.
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Distiller - Tree House Brewing Company
Distiller - Tree House Brewing Company -- Charlton, MA (12/03/2019)
The Distiller will work closely with our Head Brewer and be an integral part of our production team.
Wood Cellar Manager - Mixed Fermentation - Tree House Brewery
Wood Cellar Manager - Mixed Fermentation - Tree House Brewery -- Charlton, MA (04/25/2019)
We are looking for a progressive-minded, uniquely talented Wood Cellar Manager.
Wood Cellar Manager - Mixed Fermentation - Tree House Brewing Company
Wood Cellar Manager - Mixed Fermentation - Tree House Brewing Company -- Charlton, MA (12/18/2018)
As Wood Cellar Manager at Tree House, you will have all that you need to make beers of significance.
Canning Line Operator / Asst Cellar Person - Tree House Brewing Company
Canning Line Operator / Asst Cellar Person - Tree House Brewing Company -- Monson, MA (09/28/2015)
Perform 30 & 60 BBL Packaging runs and assist with nearly all brewery related tasks.
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