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 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 »
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.
This November, Yards Brewing Company will open Yards Brewery and Taproom at 500 Spring Garden Street in Philadelphia’s beer-savvy Northern Liberties neighborhood.
North Carolina-based Thirsty Monk Brewery & Pub announced plans Thursday to open satellite breweries and taprooms in two prominent craft beer markets: Denver, Colorado, and Portland, Oregon.
Reformation Brewery expands with second location in downtown Woodstock this spring.
Portland, Oregon’s Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider announced plans last week to move its operations into a 21,000 sq. ft. building that will allow the company to double its capacity and meet growing demand for its products.
In a move that that will triple Heritage Brewing Company’s capacity, the company today said it would spend $8.9 million to build a 35,000 sq. ft. production facility and brewpub in Manassas, Virginia.
Colorado-headquartered New Belgium Brewing Company is said to be opening a taproom at Mohegan Sun next month, according to a press release issued by the Connecticut casino and resort. Meanwhile, Southern California’s The Bruery today announced that it would open a brick-and-mortar store in Washington, D.C., in November.
Ohio-based Fat Head’s Brewery finally broke ground today on a $12 million destination brewery that will double the company’s production capabilities, enabling it to produce as much as 60,000 barrels of beer annually.
In anticipation of moving into a new production facility in late 2018, Russian River Brewing Company has put its original Sonoma County production brewery on the market.
Sales of Boulevard Brewing’s canned beer have grown considerably since the aluminum packages were first introduced in 2014, and now the Kansas City-based company is making a multi-million dollar bet that more sales are on the way.
In this week’s Last Call: Multiple U.S. breweries are expanding and the original Most Interesting Man in the World talks meeting President Obama.