Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Blue Blood Brewery Plans New Location At Historic Robber's Cave

Blue Blood Brewing Company has announced that they will be moving their brewing operations to the site of the historic Robber's Cave in Lincoln.  The facility is to include a 9,000 square-foot brewery and taproom with a restaurant.

Owner Brian Podwinski was able to give us a peek into his plans saying, "The new brewing facility will allow us to produce up to 20,000 BBLs per year. The plan is to also include a barrel processing room to work with sours and other styles we want to keep away from main line beers. This room will also be large enough for a packaging line to fill our 750mL bottles. Additionally, we will have a beer garden which will be approximately 1/2 acre in size. We hope to offer a bit of an oasis in the middle of town for people to enjoy a park like environment with a beer. We also will be doing beer dinners in the cave. We want to make sure our retailers know we love them all so we will be inviting various chefs and other restaurants in to be a part of the beer dinners to help promote them as well."

Additional media coverage with historical information can be found in the links below:

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Concentrate on making better beer please. Being a brewpub with a kitschy cave entrance isn't good enough anymore. You need better product.