Braxton Brewing Company, Graeter’s Ice Cream and Dewey’s Pizza are combining forces for a new dining project in Union, Kentucky, creating a place for “beer lovers, foodies, families and everyone in between,” says a press release.
The project is coming to Union in late 2023. It will house a Braxton taproom, Dewey’s pizzeria and a Graeter’s scoop shop and be centered around a 20,000-square-foot greenspace and beer garden with the goal of building a family and community-centric space. The companies say in addition to being a foodie destination, they want to have specialty programming, music and events.
“We’re excited about our collaboration in Union. For Graeter’s Ice Cream, the scoop shop experience has always been a special way for people to enjoy our ice cream,” Chip Graeter, Graeter’s chief of retail operations, said in the release. “Working with two other brands that put the same emphasis on guest experience is a privilege.”
“We love working with like-minded brands that embrace our communities in much the same way as we do," said Chuck Lipp, president of Dewey's Pizza.
"Not only are Graeter’s and Dewey’s great partners and pillars of the community, but they’re also the perfect way to make taproom guests smile. We want to bring three local favorites under one roof, once again,” said co-founder and CEO of Braxton Brewing Company Jake Rouse.
Braxton Brewing Company says the decision to expand into Union stems from their pride in their history and foundation and that they will have odes to their brand’s roots in the taproom.
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