ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KSDK) – Brew Hub and Green Man Brewing Company are teaming up to expand their national and international presence.
Since the end of last year, Brew Hub, which was founded in St. Louis, has partnered with four other national breweries in an effort to create further "partner brewing," which allows for greater exposure and access in markets without extra costs.
In this new partnership, Green Man Brewing will quickly expand its brand to craft beer drinkers in several states, such as Florida and other southeastern states and abroad, according to Brew Hub founder and CEO Tim Schoen, and allow another high-quality craft beer for his company.
Brew Hub will begin production in a new Lakeland, Fla. brewery by the end of this year but will open to the public by August.
Brewing capacity will grow in the new Lakeland facility to 75,000 barrels, or one million cases. Brew Hub will also partner brew approximately 10,000 barrels of beer annually for Green Man Brewing.
The Lakeland brewery is the first of five large craft breweries Brew Hub plans to open throughout the country.