3 Sheeps Brewing to expand with move to new brewery

Grant Pauly, 3 Sheeps Brewing Co. Co-Owner & Brewmaster // Courtesy of 3 Sheeps Brewing

Grant Pauly, 3 Sheeps Brewing Co. Co-Owner & Brewmaster // Courtesy of 3 Sheeps Brewing

3 Sheeps Brewing announced that the Sheboygan brewery will be increasing production and distribution by moving to a new facility.

The brewery will lease two buildings that total 40,000-square-feet set on a 3.4 acre lot and formerly housed a Coca-Cola distribution plant. 3 Sheeps plans to install an upgraded brewhouse in the larger of the two buildings to help meet growing demand and house a barrel-aging warehouse and taproom in the smaller building. “We’re incredibly eager to have our own space to host fans of our beer, for locals and visitors,” said 3 Sheeps Brewing Co. co-owner James Owen.

When the renovation, slated to begin in December 2015, is complete the company will have nearly 15 new employees to help manage the increased production and taproom.

“This expansion allows us to grow the business and meet our current demands while creating a destination for beer enthusiasts to enjoy our distinctive beers. We have been pushing the limit of our capacity in our current facility. In order to continue to take care of our current markets we needed to take this next step,” said 3 Sheeps Brewing Co. Founder & Brewmaster Grant Pauly.

To drive growth, distribution will expand beyond the brewery’s current footprint of Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Illinois with the move to the larger facility. New markets are being determined and will be announced in the coming years.

Find out more about 3 Sheeps Brewing at their website.

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