Industrial Arts Brewing to Open Second Location
(Garnerville, NY) – Industrial Arts Brewing has announced plans to open a second brewery, taproom, and event space at 511 Fishkill Ave in Beacon, New York. Slated to open to the public in Spring 2019, Industrial Arts will be the anchor tenant and co-owner of the 150,000 square foot facility overlooking Mount Beacon. Diamond Properties partnered on the purchase and is currently offering the remaining 73,400 square feet of warehouse for lease.
Immediate plans for the multi-level facility include a tasting room with ample outdoor seating and panoramic mountain views, a New York State focused beverage program, to-
go beer, and food truck partners for the Spring 2019 opening.
“Beacon is a vibrant town with a booming art scene nestled in the Hudson Highlands with easy train access to the city,” explained General Manager Sofia Barbaresco. “The Beacon site will be an evolution of our aesthetic that originated from our unique site in Rockland and we are excited continue to help make the Hudson Valley the premier destination for beer tourism in New York State.”
The second phase of the build out, planned for completion in 2020, will include a large, versatile events center, smaller private spaces designed to accommodate a variety of party sizes, a distribution center, and a state-of-the-art production brewery capable of producing in excess of 50,000 barrels annually.
“This is an amazing opportunity for us to continue to innovate and grow well into the foreseeable future,” stated Founder Jeff O’Neil. “The site has all of the characteristics that a modern brewery needs to thrive. We’ll continue investing in people and technology while creating this dynamic hub of brewing and hospitality for the Hudson Valley and beyond.”
Industrial Arts’ original Garnerville location, opened in August 2016, is also in expansion mode as the brewery continues to create jobs, add hi-tech brewing and packaging equipment, additional tanks, and expand the current taproom to accommodate more guests. The brewery currently distributes beer to New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Japan.
“These projects will give us the freedom to create and experiment and push the boundaries of hop-forward beer at our original location,” explained Barbaresco. “We are excited to cultivate partnerships across craft beer’s entire supply chain and use our resources to optimize those relationships.”
About Industrial Arts
Since 2016, Industrial Arts Brewing Co. has focused on fresh, expressive American beers. These modern classics are made in a state-of-the-art brewhouse in a sprawling, historic industrial complex in the lower Hudson Valley of New York; striking a contrast between tradition and innovation. “Brewers first, and proud of it.”