Hall Brewing, which has been operating out of a production-only barn outside of Parker for the past eleven months, will open a new taproom for the first time today in town.
Complete with twenty taps and two beer engines, the taproom, at 10970 South Parker Road, will give Hall a way to serve its beers directly to customers.
Its production facility wasn't open to the public for the most part, so Hall has only been selling bottles and kegs primarily via liquor stores, bars and restaurants.
The new taproom, located in a former Quiznos, will open today at 3:30 p.m., according to the brewery's Facebook page.
Owened by Aubrey Hall and his family, the production facility includes a twenty-barrel brewing system in a 4,000-square-foot beetle-kill pine-made building on a farm.
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