GEAUX BREWING TO ADD SECOND LOCATION, LOUISIANA RESTAURANT, EXPANDED BREWERY
April 19, 2016 – Auburn and Bellevue, WA
Geaux Brewing announced today that they are opening a second location in downtown Auburn on Main Street. The new location will house a new primary brewhouse, an expansive New Orleans-themed taproom, and a kitchen. “As with many of our fellow breweries in the region, we’ve seen incredible growth and demand for our beers.” said Jeremy Hubbell, owner. “When we met with city leaders in Auburn, we knew immediately that this is the perfect place to not only be able to brew more beer, but also serve another community in the Puget Sound area.” Mayor Nancy Backus, City of Auburn said, ”We are excited to welcome Geaux Brewing to Auburn and look forward to another family-friendly restaurant choice. This is adding to the many positive changes happening in our city.”
As part of the brewery expansion, Geaux will upgrade it’s brewhouse to a 20 barrel system to increase capacity to just over 1000 barrels in the first year. The existing 4 barrel brewhouse in Bellevue will be relocated to Auburn as will the barrel aging program. The Bellevue brewery will be converted into additional seating.
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