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Copperworks Distilling Co. preps new cocktail bar, kitchen, and 30-barrel brew house

Whew — the Copperworks Distilling Co. team has been hard at work with three new major projects.

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You’ll start seeing some new signage around Pike Place Market soon as Copperworks moves into its new space on Post Alley.

Rendering via Copperworks Distilling Co.

As the home-brewed company Copperworks Distilling Co. gets ready to enter its second decade of business, it’s also rolling out three new major projects — a new 30-barrel brew house, a downtown cocktail bar + bottle shop, and a farm-to-table kitchen.

The brewhouse will move into Pike Brewing’s old Post Alley spot — a continuation of a relationship first forged during Copperworks owner Jason Parker’s time as one of Pike Brewing’s first brewers.

The new space will allow Copperworks to extend its beer brewing capabilities (including its spirits, which first start as beer) and increase its production.

In addition, Copperworks is planning a new cocktail bar just next door that will serve small bites + sell its distilled creations.

To cap it all off, Copperworks’ Kenmore location is adding a new farm-to-table kitchen called De La Soil.

Opening dates for the projects have yet to be announced, so stay tuned, Seattle.

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