Last weekend, Crooked Stave moved its unused brewing equipment from the Source, Cafe Society reported. The high-quality gear landed at the company's second location at 1441 West 46th Avenue, where brewer Chad Yakobson now owns 12,000 square feet to be designated to production.
Logistics made it hard to brew at in the artisan market that opened over a year ago. Yakobson wasn't able to easily connect his equipment and didn't have complete access to the alleyway behind the building to facilitate loading and unloading. Also, a rapidly increasing demand made ramping up even larger production a priority. The good news: Crooked Stave will make more beers at its Pecos location and it plans to add seating in its taproom at the Source.
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