Brewery Moves – Denizens Expands, New Braxton Barrel House And Flying Rhino Brewing

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In spite of the more than 7500 craft breweries currently online in the US, we continue to receive new announcements almost daily.

And here’s just some of what’s happening around the country

Denizens Brewing To Open 2nd Production House and Taproom

On May 25, Denizens Brewing will open its second location at Riverdale Park Station, a transit-oriented living, dining, and shopping core located in the heart of Maryland’s Riverdale Park neighborhood.

Conveniently located in the vibrant city-center, close to a number of pedestrian walkways and biking trails, Denizens second location features a 9,000 square foot production space that will brew Denizens’ year-round offerings, as well as a 150 seat taproom 150 seat with a full restaurant and cocktail bar that will feature local drafts, wines, and spirits.

Denizens’ original two-level Barrel House & Beer Garden will continue its operation in Silver Spring, with a heightened focus on barrel-aging, mixed-fermentation, and limited-edition seasonal offerings.

Braxton Brewing Announces New Barrel-Aging Brewhouse

Braxton Brewing has announced major development plans to expand its presence to Fort Mitchell, Kentucky with the opening of the area’s first barrel-aging brewery and taproom.

Expected to open its doors in fall of 2019, the Braxton Barrel House will offer a unique experience for patrons by giving them the opportunity to create custom private barrel picks of barrel-aged brews. Ranging from $500 to $5,000, these custom private barrels can yield upwards of 300 bottles of barrel aged beer.

Braxton’s future taproom will be located in a 2000 square ft space that was once a Remke grocery store and includes a 20,000 square foot warehouse under the main floor (!) that will house the barrel-aging operation.

Flying Rhino Brewing To Take Off North Of Galveston

Dickinson, Texas will be home to a new brewery set to open spring or summer 2020. Located on a 2acre property with expansive patio capability, Flying Rhino Brewing’s 6,000-square-foot brewery space will feature a 10-barrel system.

Conceived a  bucolic beer destination as well as a community hangout where families can bring children and enjoy a beer on the lawn, Flying Rhino Brewing will also feature a 2,100-square-foot taproom designed by Houston-based Method Architecture with the capacity to service up to 80 beer lovers.

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