Brooklyn Brewery plans to close its brewery after more than 25 years in the summer of 2024 and move into a new 41,000-square-foot space just four blocks away. The new location will be over 10,000 square feet larger than the existing brewery and the company said they plan to hire at least 40 new employees.
Brooklyn Brewery was founded in 1988 by Steve Hindy and Tom Potter and was the first commercial brewery to open in Brooklyn in 20 years.
Brooklyn Brewery started looking for a new location as early as 2017. The company considered a 60,000 square feet building further away from its current brewery but never moved forward on that.
The new location will include a taproom, corporate offices and brewing operations.
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