Round Trip Brewing Company later this week will debut in Underwood Hills, CEO and Head Brewer Craig Mycoskie Tuesday announced. The public can visit the 26,000 square-foot brewery starting February 19, particularly its 9,000 square feet of drinking space between the taproom, event space, and outdoor beer garden.
“Our vision at Round Trip Brewing Company is to welcome the community to enjoy world-class
beer in a dynamic space that encourages exploration and camaraderie,” Mycoskie said in a prepared statement. “We have dreamed of opening our own brewery for a long time but did not factor for a global pandemic in our initial business plans. To work through the challenges of 2020 and still be able to open the brewery is worth celebrating.”
The initial line-up of beer focuses on “elevating” German-style beer including an Alt, Dunkel, Helles, Pilsner, Rye Alt, Smoked Doppelbock, and a West Coast IPA. New beer will be added each week until “we fill out our 12 taps.”
“The only place to get our beer is to come into the brewery,” Mycoskie said. “All our beer is available to-go in 32 oz. crowler cans and select beer is available in six-packs. We do not plan to distribute beyond the brewery at this time.”
The taproom, at 1279 Seaboard Industrial Blvd, will be open Tuesday to Thursday from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., Friday from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. The taproom will be closed Mondays.