Brooklyn Brewery Now Making Even More Beer
Earlier today, Brooklyn Brewery began a new era in its two-plus decades of existence with the opening of its new brewhouse. The facility, which cost $8 million, will allow the brewery to increase its yearly production from 12,000 barrels to 120,000, which works out to about 40,320,000 bottles of beer and lots of drunk, smiling faces.
Also, the new brewhouse has created additional jobs, and expects to hire another 15 people within the next two years. Beerhounds seeking gainful employment, this could be your moment.
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