Join us for groundbreaking Thursday 2 pm at new Track 7 facility in Natomas: 826 Professor Ln, Ste 100 95834. pic.twitter.com/CF8X60T0Br— Track 7 Brewing (@Track7Brewing) November 5, 2014
Track 7, will hold the groundbreaking for its new Natomas brewery on Thursday at 2 p.m.
The warehouse, located at 826 Professor Lane (off Del Paso, east of Kohl's) will allow them to more than triple their production and serve the East Bay and Central Valley markets. In addition to a production facility, the new building will have a second tasting room to serve Natomas residents.
The new facility was originally scheduled to open in December, but given that their groundbreaking is in early November, I have my doubts.
Track 7's traditional beer production will shift to the Natomas location, and their existing Curtis Park production facility will begin making sour and wild beer.
Track 7's original location is at 3747 W Pacific Ave in Curtis Park and can be found online at http://track7brewing.com/.
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