Craft Brew Alliance (CBA), which is partially owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev, announced that they will finally open a Redhook brewpub in Seattle next month. Called the Redhook Brewlab, it will be located in the Capitol Hill section of downtown. It will be Redhook’s return to its Seattle roots, after closing the Woodinville brewery earlier this year, which was running at about a third of its capacity.
This is the latest in a string of ABInBev-inspired on-premise brewpubs, including a recently opened 10-Barrel brewpub in San Diego and two Golden Road brewpubs planned for northen California in Oakland and Sacarmento.
The Redhook Brewlab will be a 10,000 sq. ft. facility with seating for 260 people. The brewery will be a 10-barrel system.