Half Full Brewery Signs Lease for Brewery Site

STAMFORD, CT. – The Half Full Brewery is excited to announce that after months of searching for its dream space, it has finally signed a lease on a 5,280 square foot facility in the Waterside section of Stamford, CT at 43 Homestead, Stamford, Ct 06902.

Founder Conor Horrigan had this to say:

“Over the past year or more, we have seen probably two dozen sites and this was by far our favorite site, so we are very excited that we will be able to call it our home. Signing a lease really opens the flood gates for our business as it gives us much greater clarity on when we are expected to open, which we hope will be in June 2012, assuming we can get all our municipal, state, and federal approvals in time.”

The space includes a roughly 3,600 square foot warehouse which will house the brewery operations and a tasting room that will take up about 700 square feet. Half Full expects to receive its equipment in late-April and once everything is in place, will begin to invite visitors to the facility.

Stay tuned for more information on this over the upcoming months.

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