HopFusion Ale Works has upped Fort Worth’s craft brew ante by leasing space in the Near Southside.
The brewer plans to occupy 8,500 square feet of industrial space in what’s popularly known as “the Texaco building” at 200 E. Broadway St. one block east of South Main Street between Vickery Boulevard and Pennsylvania Avenue.
The building is owned by LHS 200 Broadway LLC.
“When looking for a space, we were interested in a location in the Near Southside because it’s an up-and-coming hot spot for growth in Fort Worth and the culture of the community fits who we are,” said Macy Moore, HopFusion co-owner.
“When we came across this building, we were sold.”
The brewery and taproom are set to open in late 2015 or early 2016.
The space not only will feature a production brewery, but also an art gallery showcasing local artist, according to Moore and fellow co-owner Matt Hill.
“My wife and I are both artists and live in Fairmount. We’re also very connected to Fort Worth’s Near Southside,” Moore said in a news release.
Four beers will be offered when the brewery opens – Feisty Blonde, Hairpin, Steampipe and Fur Slipper – with additional varieties planned to be added at a later date.
More information is available at http://hopfusionaleworks.com.