Articles Tagged with 'Brewery Expansion'

Golden Road Co-Founder: LA Brewery Can Be a Million Barrel Brand

Golden Road Co-Founder: LA Brewery Can Be a Million Barrel Brand

Nearly three years after being acquired by Anheuser-Busch InBev, Los Angeles’ Golden Road Brewing is beginning to see the advantages of being owned by the world’s largest beer manufacturer. In the last six months, Golden Road has launched its flagship Wolf Pup Session IPA nationally, and opened a pair of satellite brewpubs in California. According to market research firm IRI Worldwide’s multi-outlet and convenience (MULC) universe of stores, sales of the company’s beer have increased 100 percent through April 29.

New Realm Brewing to Reopen Former Green Flash Virginia Brewery and Taproom

New Realm Brewing to Reopen Former Green Flash Virginia Brewery and Taproom

Nearly three weeks after New Realm Brewing won an auction for the brewing equipment located inside the former Green Flash Brewing Virginia Beach production facility, the Atlanta-headquartered beer company has announced plans to resume operations at the 58,000 sq. ft. facility and reopen its taproom.

Boulevard Hopes New High-End Offerings, Cans Will Boost Sales

Boulevard Hopes New High-End Offerings, Cans Will Boost Sales

In an effort to further establish itself in the high end craft beer category, Kansas City’s Boulevard Brewing Co. will launch a new line of premium-priced beers in the third quarter of this year, Duvel USA executives told Brewbound.

Deschutes Reworks Plans for Virginia Brewery

Deschutes Reworks Plans for Virginia Brewery

Two years after announcing plans to build a $95 million secondary brewing facility in Roanoke, Virginia, Oregon’s Deschutes Brewery has hit the pause button. The company, which was set to purchase 49 acres of land by May 1, is in the process of renegotiating an incentive package in order to maintain “flexibility” on the timeline, size and scope of the project, Deschutes CEO Michael LaLonde told Brewbound.

Last Call: Three Floyds Plans Huge Expansion; Pretty Things Founders Resurface

Last Call: Three Floyds Plans Huge Expansion; Pretty Things Founders Resurface

In this week’s edition of Last Call: Plans for Three Floyds’ brewery expansion are revealed; Pretty Things founders resurface in England; Hanson Spirits acquires Carneros Brewing’s production facility and taproom; Deschutes and Bluejacket announce can packaging releases; and more.

Melvin Brewing Plans to Open Additional Brewpubs in 2018

Melvin Brewing Plans to Open Additional Brewpubs in 2018

Melvin Brewing plans to open at least four new brewpubs in 2018, including outposts in craft beer strongholds San Diego and Denver. Melvin sales director Ted Whitney told Brewbound that the Wyoming-headquartered cult beer maker has signed a letter of intent on a 5,500 sq. ft. space in downtown San Diego with the hope of… Read more »

Scofflaw Brewing to Expand, Install New Brewhouse

Plans are in place for a third expansion at Scofflaw Brewing Company, the Georgia brewery growing at a rapid pace and known for its IPAs and barrel-aged stouts.