Articles Tagged with 'Openings & Closings'

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 »

Seaboard Craft Beer Holdings Makes a 2nd Acquisition

Seaboard Craft Beer Holdings Makes a 2nd Acquisition

Seaboard Craft Beer Holdings, the parent company of Tampa Bay’s Big Storm Brewing Co., has acquired the assets of Cape Coral Brewing Co., a Florida brewery that shuttered in October after two years in business.

Trillium Brewing Company to Open Winter Beer Garden

Trillium Brewing Company to Open Winter Beer Garden

Popular Boston-area beer maker Trillium Brewing today announced plans to open a seasonal beer garden inside the historic “Roslindale Substation Building,” located about 8 miles from downtown Boston.

Texas’ Guns & Oil Takes Over Former Payette Brewing Facility in Idaho

Texas’ Guns & Oil Takes Over Former Payette Brewing Facility in Idaho

Texas-based contract brewery Guns & Oil Beer has reached an agreement to take over the former Payette Brewing Co. production facility located about two miles outside of Boise, in Garden City, Idaho. In a conversation with Brewbound, Guns & Oil founder Cary Prewitt said he’s taken out bank loans to finance the $1 million project, including acquiring Payette’s 15-barrel brewhouse. He added that he’s signed a five-year lease on the 11,000 sq. ft. property.

New Belgium, The Bruery to Expand East Coast Presence

New Belgium, The Bruery to Expand East Coast Presence

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.

Green Flash Acquires Nebraska-Based Production Facility

Green Flash Acquires Nebraska-Based Production Facility

Green Flash Brewing Co. announced plans today to open a third brewery — this time in the Midwest. The San Diego-headquartered company has acquired a 10,000 sq. ft., 10,000-barrel production facility with a tasting room and restaurant in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Fort Collins Brewery Sold to Canadian Craft Beer Maker

Fort Collins Brewery Sold to Canadian Craft Beer Maker

Canadian-headquartered Red Truck Beer Company has reached an agreement to acquire Fort Collins Brewery’s (FCB) building and assets from owners Tom, Jan and Tina Peters. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.