Why you can't put our beer on tap at your place.
While we work to build our new bigger, better brewery down the street, we find ourselves in a rather odd situation. Every new tap spot that opens up seems to be taking an interest in running Craft Beer, and Local Beers (ours and others) are an ever growing part of it. Great news, except when we consider that the reason we're expanding is that we don't have enough capacity to support our demand.
So rather than take on more draft accounts right now, and create more short shipments, frustration, and extra scrambling for everyone involved (especially here at the brewery), we're capping it. This means that if you don't have us on tap now, we have to turn your business away for the next several months until we can grow a bit more brewing capacity here.
A larger brewery would probably trim off some distribution area if they got in this spot, but given our rather modest footprint, this isn't really an option here.
So for now, run some beer from one of the other excellent local breweries we have in the area, and circle back to us later this calendar year when we can more properly keep you supplied with beer. And thanks for your patience!
And by the way, this change does not effect our supply of beer for Growlers, or your ability to pick up a keg for your house. We wouldn't do that to you.
Cheers - Scott