When one door closes, another opens, and such is the case for two local breweries. Just in time for its 6th anniversary, Wolf’s Ridge Brewing Co. will be taking over the space formerly occupied by now-closed Four String Brewing Co.
According to Columbus Business First, Wolf’s Ridge is finalizing a lease for the 660 N. Hague Ave. brewing facility, which it will use to expand its beer production. The 25,000 square-foot building will also give Wolf’s Ridge an opportunity to tap into the canning process.
“We will continue to grow organically and maintain our dedication to independence as a self-distributing, family-owned and operated brewery,” Wolf’s Ridge said on Facebook.
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The tanks that currently line the walls in the Wolf’s Ridge taproom will be removed to make more room for seating. The original 215 N. 4th St. brewery will remain Wolf’s Ridge sour facility and also be used for small batch beers, reports Columbus Business First.
Four String closed suddenly last fall. Read more about the closure and the rebirth of the brewery’s beloved Hilltop Lager here.