Four years after our inception, Roadhouse Brewing Co. is poised to begin bottling and distributing our Jackson Hole-brewed craft beer in 2017.
Expanding on the success of Roadhouse Brewing Co., the expansion of the craft beer brand will include the bottling and distribution of four specialty brews – Rhombus IPA, Avarice & Greed Golden Ale, Family Vacation American Blonde Ale and Trout Whistle American Pale Ale. Brewing and bottling will begin our new production facility, set to open in early 2017. Distribution outside Jackson Hole is slated to begin in spring 2017. Once distribution begins, our bottles will be available throughout the state of Wyoming and other out-of-state markets (to be announced in the New Year).
Previously brewing exclusively out of Q Roadhouse & Brewing Co., the expansion is made possible by the construction of a large production facility and “Culinary Think Tank” south of the Town of Jackson. The two new buildings will be home to Roadhouse Brewing Co. brewing and bottling (building one) and a test kitchen/production facility for other Fine Dining Restaurant Group ventures, including Cream + Sugar artisan ice cream and Bovine & Swine craft sausages (building two). Specialty and smaller-scale brews will still be brewed out of the tanks in Q Roadhouse & Brewing Co.
Roadhouse Brewing Co. was created in 2012 by a partnership with restaurateur Gavin Fine and home-brewers Colby Cox and Adam Chenault. The marriage of food and beer has driven Roadhouse’s brewing, creating unique, largely Belgian style beers that pair well with food and stand strong on their own.
“Jackson Hole is lucky to be home to several incredible craft breweries. When we started Roadhouse, it was always our intention to expand operations when the time was right to allow us to begin bottling and offering our product outside our valley. We feel fortunate to be able to contribute to the Wyoming craft beer adventure through the introduction of four of our most popular offerings,” owner Gavin Fine shared.
With expansion on the horizon, our new facility will allow for significant, continued growth beginning in year one, ultimately reaching up to 30,000 barrels annually.
Owner Colby Cox added, “The Jackson Hole community has been incredibly receptive of the beers we have been producing – whether they are selections offered only at Q Roadhouse or the selections served at other area restaurants. The positive response we have received locally has prepared us to make expansion possible. We are confident in the quality of the beer we create and are excited to bring these beers to an even larger audience.”