Warped Wing Brewing Company, which opened in downtown Dayton only seven months ago, is already looking to expand.
“We’ve outgrown our space,” Warped Wing co-founder Joe Waizmann said. “We anticipated this would happen, but we figured it would probably happen after two years or so rather than just six or seven months.”
Waizmann said the brewery is seeking to lease a second building for cold storage and dry storage because of strong customer response to the wholesale side of the brewery’s business. Warped Wing is canning its beers in pint cans and distributing the brews to local retail outlets. Its tasting room also has met or exceeded the projections of Warped Wing’s founders, Waizmann said.
For more on the brewing renaissance underway in Dayton and the success of the breweries that have opened in the region so far, plus details of the Carillon Brewery that opens today, check out today’s front-page story in the Dayton Daily News headlined “Brewing renaissance boosts Dayton, region.”
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