USA, TX: Deadbeach Brewery breaking ground on new regional production facility in El Paso
The locally-owned business Deadbeach Brewery is taking anchor in downtown El Paso, breaking ground on Friday, May 14 for a new regional production facility, at 3200 Durango Street, KVIA El Paso reported.
Along with their brewery where they craft beer and offer food, the new facility opens much bigger doors.
Deadbeach Brewery steps onto the national stage with their product, something that hasn't been done in decades. Their new facility will give them the ability to keg, can and distribute their brews from Louisiana to California.
Once up and running, DeadBeach Brewery will look to have beer in six states and over 28 markets.
Co-owner and brewer Gabrial Montoya told ABC-7, "We love the area and enjoy being a part of the revitalization of downtown."
In order to renovate the property, the team believes it should take nearly a year to become fully operational.
The Deadbeach Brewery's existing pub is open each week from Thursday through Sunday between 11 a.m. and to 11 p.m.
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