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15 April 2008
Four Sons Brewery in Titusville Pennsylvania to Reopen
The Four Sons Brewery which closed back in January 2007 is planned to reopen.

Keystone Brewing Company bought the defunct microbrewery at a sheriff's sale during 2007.

Matt Allyn (Voodoo Brewing) and his dad Michaell Allyn are behind the venture and will be bringing chef Jeremy Potocki back.

The place is yet to be named (in public) and likely open during summer 2008.

Saint Louis Getting New Wine and Beer Bar
Frank Robbins is hard at work on his new venture: The Wine Press. A combination good wine and good beer bar.

The Wine Press is under construction now in what was the Peace Institute Printing building at 4436 Olive Street - in the famous Gaslight Square - (between - Fountain Park (NW), Turner Park (NE), Forest Park (SW) and Saint Louis University (SE).)

Frank has been blogging about his experience in getting Wine Press going.

Rustico Folks Bringing Large New Beer Bar to Washington, DC
The folks who brought you Rustico in Alexandria, Virginia are at it again.

Currently they are working on a new yet-to-be-named place in Washington, DC.  They are aiming for 50 taps, 500 bottled beers and five casks at all times. Goal is to have the best beer destination on the east coast.

Food wise- wood fired pizzas, small plates. Some fancy meats intended to be shared between two.

28 February 2008
Video about Black Star Co-op & Brewery
Here's a video from YouTube with a bit more info on the Black Star Co-op Pub & Brewery soon to be in Austin, Texas.

27 February 2008
Fredericksburg, Virginia Getting New Capital Ale House
Capital Ale House logo

The town of Fredericksburg, Virginia, soon will have a new Capital Ale House brewpub on Caroline Street. Expect to see this place open by the end of 2008.

Council approved a pack of incentives valued at $100,000 to lure Capital Ale House into Fredericksburg.  Capital agreed to invest $1.5 million into the building it is leasing, hire at least 35 full-time and 35 part-time employees, generate no less than $100,000 in new local sales and meals taxes and have its certificate of occupancy by November 2008.

Hopes are that Capital will lure more people into the struggling downtown business district.

22 February 2008
Black Star Co-op Aims to Be First
Black Star Co-op Pub and Brewery pint glass

Happy progressive Austin, Texas the liberal ideas and forward thinking are free flowing.  Introducing Black Star Co-op Pub & Brewery.  Nope, not a real place - not yet. But they hope to become real very soon.

They aim to be the world's first cooperatively-owned and worker self-managed brewpub.

Over 450 paying members have this venture on it's way to becoming a reality.

Amazing no one has done this already. Makes the whole beer world seem like a bunch of greedy old oil barons sitting on bags of money.

30 January 2008
Heavyweight Brewing Pair Back with a Lightweight Brewpub
new green business meets local bar
Earth Bread + Brewery

Tom Baker and Peggy Zwerver, owners of the well-regarded and shuttered Heavyweight Brewing are back with a new place being in the pre-opening phase.

The duo had longed for a small bar where they could sit at the end of the bar and chatter with friends and patrons.

It's pizza, soups and salads along with four beers brewed on premises aside eight other local microbrews that will make up the new Earth Bread + Brewery location in Mount Airy section of Philadelphia.

29 January 2008
New Beer Bar Waits Six Months for License
Liquor control at it's worst
Beer Table - Brooklyn, New York

Imagine working hard to open a new beer bar. Finding space for your new venture, suppliers, tables, glassware, lights, flooring, building modifications, health department permits, local building permits, occupancy permits  and the notorious LIQUOR LICENSE.

The Beer Table in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn, New York has been in legal
limbo for almost six months with their liquor license still pending approval by the
New York State Liquor Authority.

Justin and Tricia Philips, the owners of the now shuttered-pending-licence beer bar both remain optimistic that opening day might arrive sometime in 2008. In the meantime months of rent, utilities and the costs it takes to open a new place are mounting.

Will Beer Table open? Will they survive the first year? Well the bureuacrats at the NY State Liquor Authority sure could not care.

25 January 2008
Heartland Raises $35 Million in Loans
Heartland Brewery

GE Capital Solutions, Franchise Finance has loaned Heartland Brewery $20 million in senior term debt, $10 million in a revolving line of credit and $5 million in a development facility.

The $35 million is intended to open new Heartland locations.  

23 January 2008
Raleigh Architect's Brewpub Drawing Interest

Sidetrack Brewpub logo

Raleigh, North Carolina architect Andrew Leager is working on opening Sidetrack Brewery.

Located in the Boylan Heights neighborhood Sidetrack has an excellent view of downtown Raleigh as well as outdoor seating.

Permits and construction slate Sidetrack for a 2008 opening.

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