Silver Branch Brewing has announced its opening a second location in Old Town Warrenton, Virginia. According to the brewery, the new facility will allow them to brew a wider selection of beer and increase production on core beers. Silver Branch Brewing opened at 8401 Colesville Rd #150 in Silver Spring in 2019. Additional information below courtesy of Silver Branch:
Silver Branch Brewing Companyannounced today they will open a second taproom and biergarten in Old Town Warrenton, Virginia. Silver Branch Warrenton Station will expand our ability to brew a greater variety of beers and bring our brand of hospitality and taproom experience to Virginia.
The second location will allow Silver Branch to brew more taproom-only beers in a variety of styles, and enable the company to increase production of our popular flagship brands. Between the two brewing locations, the team can achieve their goal of offering 18 to 24 rotating taps at each place, with a diverse selection of styles from the four major brewing cultures: Central Europe, British Isles, the Americas, and Belgium.
This growth will also open new opportunities to connect with guests and consumers in Virginia.
Opening Fall 2023 in the former Wort Hog Brewing location at 41 Beckham Street, Silver Branch Warrenton Station will bring the company’s passion for brewing traditional styles and modern favorites together with the history and charm of downtown Warrenton.
Silver Branch’s Fauquier County brewery will offer a diverse food menu and full bar with cocktails and wine to pair with their award-winning craft beer.
The company will produce a full calendar of European-inspired community festivals, including Oktoberfest, Kölschfest and Starkbierzeit, as well as creating local events in Warrenton, such as trivia night and First Friday specials.
Co-Founders Christian Layke and Brett Robison grew up in Vienna and Great Falls respectively and are excited to join Virginia’s craft beer community.
“Bringing beer into the commonwealth has been a central part of our vision for a long time,” says Layke.
Robison says, “For us, beer is more than a liquid, it’s a welcoming social experience that’s essential to our ethos.”
Before opening, Silver Branch Brewing is inviting enthusiastic beer lovers from Fauquier County and surrounding areas to join their team. Applications are open on indeed.com.
The company is also seeking opportunities to join community events. Organizers are encouraged to contact email@example.com
For updates, follow @silverbranchus on Instagram or Facebook and visit silverbranchbrewing.com.