Reformation Brewery has plans to relocate its main warehouse and production facility to The Mill on Etowah in historic downtown Canton next year.
An adjoining taproom and events space, at 141 Railroad Street, will open alongside the brewery early 2019, according to a press release over the weekend.
The 20,000-square-foot Reformation Brewery space is along the Etowah River with access to nearby shopping, restaurants, river use, and green space.
“It’s not only a unique opportunity to meet our needs for expansion, but also a chance to locate next to the Etowah River and participate in the renewal of a historic mill in the city of Canton,” Spencer Nix, Reformation Brewery’s CEO and co-founder, said in the release.
The Georgia-based brewery recently opened a research and development facility and public taproom in downtown Woodstock.
“We needed to expand production capacity for some time, and The Mill allows us to meet those needs while also providing a great space for hosting community events,” Nix said.
“We’ll innovate and shape the future of Reformation in Woodstock. It will always be home, and we’re committed to participating in the thriving culture of this city. We exist to serve the community with a place to gather and celebrate together and hope our legacy as a brand reflects that purpose everywhere we go.”