I spend way too much time monitoring beer-related news from across the nation and trust me when I say that what Jellyfish Brewing is doing in Seattle is not uncommon. In fact, opening a second and third brewery taproom is an emerging trend in the craft beer world. I call them satellite taprooms, tethered to their motherships by beer.
Jellyfish Brewing announced on Instagram today that it will open a second taproom in Seattle, located just across the street from Green Lake Park. The picture above, from Instagram, shows the view from the new taproom, which will include a kitchen when it opens. The plan is to open in August. Keep an eye on Instagram for updates. We’ll keep you posted.
“We’ve got exciting news to share! Georgetown is our heart! And we’ll continue to pour our energy and love into the brewery, taproom, beer garden and the G’town community. Always!”
“We also have a big smile for Green Lake! This summer we’re opening another taproom with kitchen across the street from the lake. We couldn’t be more thrilled to meet new friends and develop new relationships in the northlands!”