An open letter from Grand Junction Brewing on their 2nd anniversary

An open letter from Grand Junction Brewing on their 2nd anniversary

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Yesterday marked the 2 year anniversary of Grand Junction Brewing Co.!

As we embark into our 3rd year, we have some very exciting news to share. Grand Junction Brewing Co. has just signed a lease on our new 9,000 sq. ft. production facility and tasting room located just to the south of Grand Park (near the Monon Trail) in Westfield. We anticipate opening this new location by August of this year. With this new facility, not only will we immediately double our current production capacity, we will be able to house a full barrel aging program, increase our canning production, establish corporate offices for GJBC, and provide brewery tours to the public.

​In addition, we will have a 4,000 sq. ft. tasting room with pint and growler sales available 5 days a week. This space will also be utilized for private corporate events, junction club gatherings, fundraisers, and receptions. To address any concerns, the existing brew pub location in downtown Westfield WILL remain!!! It’s not going anywhere. That location is where it all started and it will not change at all.

One thing is certain, it has been one heck of a ride these past two years. We have grown from simple beginnings and a staff of a few, to well over 20+ employees, two locations, establishing Westfield’s first craft beer & music festival, a canning program, and a distribution network of over 40 locations throughout Central Indiana. We are fortunate to have the most amazing team of people that any company could ask for. They are all rock stars. It has become a family, and for that, we are truly blessed.

As we reflect, we could not have accomplished any of this without the tremendous support we have received from the community of Westfield, the City of Westfield, and our growing customer base throughout the State of Indiana. We are truly humbled. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Here’s to many more years to come!

Cheers




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