BURRILLVILLE – A craft beer brewer has plans to set up shop in downtown Pascoag and aims to open by Labor Day.
Bravo Brewing Company will sell cans and growlers exclusively from a taproom at 75-81 Main St, as well as draft beers. Beers brewed on site will also be served on an outdoor patio facing the roadway.
The new microbrewery has signed a multi-year lease for a roughly 2,000-square-space in a new building, brought to town with help from the Burrillville Redevelopment Agency. The owners have begun working on the property, and brewing their first batches to be ready for the opening.
“They’re very professional,” said Jim Langlois chairman of the agency, which has been working on a plan to bring more life to the area.
Brewer Chris Mishoe is not from Burrillville, but worked with Langlois to secure the space.
“He looked all over the state for opportunity and decided this was where he wanted to be,” said Langlois.
The “veteran and woman owned” microbrewery will sell, “globally inspired, locally crafted beers in both the new American and old world traditional styles,” according to a release from the company. They will also make beer alternatives including craft root beer, ginger beer and kombucha.
“Bravo Brewing Company is committed to being the gateway to craft by making their taproom approachable and inclusive, and ensuring there is something on tap for everyone, whether you are new to beer, a microbrewery enthusiast or a big brand loyalist,” noted the release, which stated the company will have a “local first and inclusive approach” and commitment to be “authentic and neighborly.”
NRI NOW will have further information including details on the grand opening as the date approaches.