The owners of Rollertown Beerworks believe if Frisco is good enough to be the headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys and PGA Tour, it’s good enough for them. The Celina-based brewer is on the move. While the Celina spot will remain open, they’ll be opening a new HQ on a 2.6 acre Downtown Frisco tract, featuring Frisco’s landmark silos. The company says the large tract is ideal for hosting large-scale events, festivals, and concerts, as well as vastly expanded production. Frisco town agencies will fund up to $12 million in construction for the development with Rollertown funding $2 million to provide the equipment necessary for brewing its products.
The 11,000 sq. ft. production facility will feature a 60 barrel brew house capable of producing over 75,000 barrels annually. A 13,000 sq. ft. two-level indoor/outdoor Taproom, beer garden, three food vendors and rooftop deck will be complemented by nearly 30,000 sq. ft. of outdoor green space featuring at least one large performance stage.
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