A group of Brooklyn entrepreneurs have teamed up to open a 4,700 square foot brewery, restaurant and bar in Gowanus. The partners include a first-time owner Josh Stylman, and Justin Israelson, who had helped open the Farm on Adderly. They plan on having a 10-barrel brewing system and a full line of production that will serve the unnamed brewery and restaurant with enough capacity to also provide beer to a few other select restaurants around the city.
The owners have lined up a chef and brewmaster for the project, but aren't ready to divulge that information yet. But they do have some other Brooklyn ideas for the space, including a vegetable garden in the backyard and lots of bike racks. The project has gotten preliminary approval from the Community Board and the owners hope to quickly get to work.
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