Stone Brewing to open tap room in Napa

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NAPA, Calif. – Stone Brewing plans to open a new tap room and brewery in a place better known for their wine, the company announced Friday.

The San Diego-based brewery will soon begin renovations to the 10,000-square-foot historic Borreo building in downtown Napa, California.

“The historic Borreo building is the perfect space for us to put down our roots in Napa,” said Greg Koch, Stone Brewing CEO & co-founder. “Not only is it literally made of stone, it’s one of downtown’s most iconic links to the 19th century and a landmark that’s been vacant for the past 15 years.’

Stone’s newest outpost, located on 3rd Street and Soscol Avenue, will include a pilot brewing system, a dining experience, growler fills and Stone merchandise.

There are also plans for an outdoor seating area complete with communal tables, fire pits and views overlooking downtown Napa.

With an anticipated opening in 2017, Stone Brewing Tap Room – Napa joins two expansion projects already underway for the growing company.

Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens – Berlin will open its doors in Germany this summer. Stone Brewing – Richmond, Virginia will begin supplying fresh Stone beer from its 250-barrel brewhouse in July.

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