Brewery Moves – New Cathedral Of Brewing, Trillium Beer Garden And Urban South

Curious Brew Open “Cathedral Of Brewing” In The UK

Curious Brew, the beer brand of English winemaker Chapel Down, has opened its long-awaited new taproom, shop and restaurant to the public, which it has described as a Cathedral of Brewing.

Planned as a dynamic beer tourism destination, the new £1.3 million brewery features 1,000 sq ft on the ground floor open to the public, including a shop, bar and hosting area, as well as 4,000 sq ft bar, and two dining rooms, plus a landscaped kitchen gardens.

And a waterfall flows down one section of the distinctive building to keep things sexy.

Curious Drinks (home to Curious Brews) was founded in 2011 as a way to provide an alternative revenue scheme while Chapel Down Winery waited for its sparkling wine stocks to mature. And in November 2017, ex-BrewDog exec Gareth Bath was appointed as its new managing director according to the Drinks Business.

Trillium Summer Beer Garden To Open This Week

One of the Northeast’s most lauded craft breweries, is returning its beer garden to downtown Boston this Thursday, May 15th.

It’s been more than three years since Boston’s Greenway Conservancy first tapped Trillium Brewing to operate its open-air beer garden in Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway Park and what started as a conceptual “maybe” has become a summertime beer institution.

Adjoining Boston’s waterfront, with a view of its harbor glimpsed through the historic Rowes Wharf Arch, Trillium Brewing’s open-air setting is a striking centerpiece to the 1.5-mile greenway and offers a welcome respite from the urban grind at the heart of the city’s busy commercial center.

Urban South Looks To Houston For Satellite Brewery

Urban South Brewery has selected Houston as the location for the company’s first foray outside of Louisiana.

The New Orleans-based brewery’s new 14,000-square-foot location will include a satellite brewing facility, 10-barrel brewhouse and canning line, and a public taproom with a large patio and beer garden.

Dave Ohmer, a noted brewer in the Houston craft beer scene, will be heading up the new Texas location as Brewmaster. Prior to this position, Ohmer launched and ran operations for Whole Foods Brewing in Houston, and most recently led the team at B-52 Brewing.

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