Articles Tagged with 'Brewery Expansion'

Oklahoma’s COOP Ale Works Wins RFP to Transform Guard Armory into Headquarters

Oklahoma’s COOP Ale Works Wins RFP to Transform Guard Armory into Headquarters

Oklahoma City-based COOP Ale Works today announced a $20 million project to revitalize the 23rd Street National Guard Armory and transform the vacated 87,000 sq. ft. space into a manufacturing brewery, restaurant, event space and boutique hotel. Following a 9-month request-for-proposal process, the state’s Office of Management and Enterprise Services awarded COOP the 80-year-old art deco building, which was once headquarters for the 45th Division Infantry but was shuttered in 2010.

At 5-Years-Old, Rhinegeist Aims to Eclipse 100,000 Barrels

At 5-Years-Old, Rhinegeist Aims to Eclipse 100,000 Barrels

As Rhinegeist Brewing prepares to celebrate its fifth anniversary this weekend, the Cincinnati-based beer company is closing in on another milestone: surpassing the 100,000-barrel mark. Rhinegeist co-founder Bryant Goulding told Brewbound that the brewery is on pace to reach 100,000 barrels by the end of 2018, adding that year-to-date sales are up 30 percent even though the company hasn’t released any new innovation beers or expanded its distribution footprint.

Last Call: Stone Brewing Makes Headlines; Boston Beer Fined in New York

Last Call: Stone Brewing Makes Headlines; Boston Beer Fined in New York

In this week’s Last Call: Stone Brewing files an injunction against MillerCoors and terminates its sponsorship deal with NOFX; the New York state Liquor Authority fines Boston Beer for unregistered products; Good City Brewing announces plans for second brewery near Milwaukee Bucks’ new arena; and more news.

Yazoo Founder Linus Hall Discusses Plans For New Destination Brewery

Yazoo Founder Linus Hall Discusses Plans For New Destination Brewery

Yazoo Brewing Company plans to break ground in mid-June on its new, six acre, 30,000 sq. ft. destination brewery in the Madison neighborhood of northeast Nashville. In a conversation with Brewbound last month, Yazoo founder Linus Hall said he is targeting a spring 2019 opening for the new facility. He added that a development group is under contract to purchase the land where Yazoo’s current facility, in Nashville’s The Gulch neighborhood, is located.

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.