It’s been more than four years since San Diego’s Green Flash Brewing declared its intention to construct a secondary brewing facility on the East Coast and an official grand opening date has been eventually establish by the business.
Green Flash today said it would start its 58,000 sq. ft. brewery in Virginia Beach, Va. on Nov. 13, marking the event with a chain of occasions, the firm said via a press release now.
“we’re also looking forward to joining with our customers face to face in Virginia Beach – enabling them to experience Green Flash beers at the source.”
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The new production facility will be capable of brewing and packaging 100,000 barrels per year and Flash said it intends to pass savings increased from cargo efficacy directly along and while Green Flash will keep corporate offices and its headquarters in San Diego, an East Coast outpost additionally gives the firm a chance to interact directly with both present and new customers, based on the release.
When Green Flash first expressed interest in constructing an East Coast brewery, in 2012, it finished the year ranked no. 59 on the Brewers Association list of greatest regional brewing businesses and had made only 23,360 barrels.
The firm intends to keep a staff of about 40 at the new facility, and said it’s now in the procedure for hiring for both brewery and tasting room places.
“Having this world class craft brewery in our backyard is definitely something to cheer about,” Virginia Beach economical development director Warren Harris said via the release. “Not only will Green Flash serve the East Coast some award winning beers, but the firm has a history of supporting the community in various manners which make a difference in folks’s lives.”