NoDa Brewing in Charlotte’s NoDa neighborhood has announced the opening of it’s new brewing/taproom location. The doors will open on it’s new location on October 1st, in conjunction with 4th annual Pink Pint Night, an event hosted in partnership with Charlotte Radiology and benefiting Levine Cancer Institute’s Project Pink.
“We’re excited to continue growing organically, and our new facility will enable us to do that,” said Suzie Ford, owner and President of NoDa Brewing Company. “However, we want our opening celebration to be more meaningful. We want to give back to the community, and that’s why we’re hosting Pink Pint Night in conjunction with the new facility opening.”
The new location is at 2921 North Tryon Street, near the intersection of 32nd Street and North Tryon & is just over a mile away from it’s current brew/taphouse. NoDa Brewing’s production capacity will quadruple, housing a 60-barrel brewhouse and 240-barrel fermenters in the 32,000 sq. ft. space. For comparison’s sake, their current brewhouse capacity is 15-barrels with 60-barrel fermenters.
Additional upgrades include a new canning line, which will take production from roughly 32 to 141 cans per minute, a larger taproom with a private event room, as well as significantly more outdoor seating. Additional information on the event & new space is below this artist’s rendering of the new taproom.
There’s no doubt Charlotte is excited for this opening, yet the rest of the state should be excited about the increased production capacity! Hopefully this means more NoDa cans, in more places.