The Southern Brewers Cooperative is bringing something new to Huntsville’s Stovehouse sure to excite local craft beer fans.
Its first Co-Op Brewpub will feature Birmingham’s Good People Brewing and Avondale Brewing, Huntsville’s Straight to Ale, and Tuscaloosa’s Druid City Brewing. Construction on the 10,000 square foot facility is set to begin in early January, and they hope to be open by summer of 2020.
According to the Cooperative, the Co-Op Brewpub at Stovehouse will manufacture beer, spirits, and wine for on-premises consumption. The brewpub will also feature brews from all four partner breweries and a scratch kitchen preparing fresh American comfort food. Straight to Ale owner Dan Perry says, “Straight to Ale is extremely excited to partner with our friends at Good People, Avondale, and Druid City as we create this location of the Southern Brewers Co-Op.”
Perry is not the only one enthusiastic about the new venture. “The creativity coming from this group of brewers (and distillers) is going to result in some amazing new brews along with a new type of taproom experience. It’s been incredible to have been a part of the craft beer movement over the last 12 years. We look forward to the next 12 years and what this collaboration can mean for our industry and communities,” says Co-Owner of Good People/Avondale Brewing Co Michael Sellers.
All four breweries will continue to operate individually in their home locations.
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