Apple Blossom Brewing Company announces new taproom | Rock Candy

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Apple Blossom Brewing Company announces new taproom

Posted By on Wed, Nov 11, 2015 at 10:56 AM

click to enlarge Where the work gets done at Apple Blossom Brewing Company - MICHAEL ROBERTS
  • Michael Roberts
  • Where the work gets done at Apple Blossom Brewing Company

The Fayetteville Flyer is reporting that Apple Blossom Brewing Company is going to open a second taproom in south Fayetteville. The new space will be adjacent to the Greenhouse Grille, which to me makes perfect sense. When I lived in Fayetteville back in the early neolithic, that section of town was about half-abandoned and full of service stations and old industrial buildings. Now, places like Greenhouse Grille and Farmers Table Cafe have helped transform it into a destination for good food. Apple Blossom's unique brews and dedicated kitchen can only increase the value of the neighborhood further.

The Flyer says that the new taproom will be part of a mixed-use development that will include apartments. Given how much beer these guys fed me the first time I met them, having an apartment I could walk home to from the bar would have been a nice treat. Construction is scheduled to begin later this year, lasting for a year beyond that.

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