Anderson, South Carolina based Carolina Bauernhaus is building a second location this year, in nearby metro area of Greenville.
Mixed used developments have become a big draw for breweries looking to build second locations. Crooked Stave chose The Exchange in Denver for their second taproom. Atlanta’s Scofflaw Brewing is building a second facility in The Works on the Westside of the city. Atlanta City Winery did the same thing in Ponce City Market. These mixed-use developments draw big crowds looking for a plethora of food, drinks and fun activities, and typically lead to an influx of apartment, condo, and hotel build nearby. The days of building production facilities in heavy industrial complexes are slowly dying.
Carolina Bauernhaus, an all-oak, wild ale brewery, winery, and cidery has selected Poe West, a 60,000 square foot mixed-use development in The West Village of Greenville for their second build. Bauernhaus has 3,000 square feet of the new space for their beer garden, outdoor and entertainment space.
The 5.8 acre $10 million dollar build breaks ground this month and is expected to open in Fall 2019.