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Backcountry Brewery opens Rowlett location

Backcountry BreweryColorado’s Backcountry Brewery opened their second brewing site and first out-of-state location in Rowlett this weekend. Based out of Frisco, Colorado, owners and brothers Charlie and Joe Eazor purchased the old FireWheel Brewing equipment and took over their existing lease in a plan to increase their own brewery’s overall capacity.

Backcountry Brewery products entered the Texas market last August, and their further expansion into Texas will come largely from production at their Rowlett facility under direction of their Colorado brewers, J.P. Vander Veen and Ian Hendry, with Hendry taking over in Rowlett. The addition allows them to continue to grow up to a combined 15,000 barrels annual production without yet committing to costly renovations to their home facility in Colorado.




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