OXFORD — Falling Down Beer Company has announced the expansion of operations to a second microbrewery, located at 14 N. Washington Street in Downtown Oxford.
The second location will feature a 60-seat taproom with 30 taps available. The brewery has also applied for a small wine maker and small distiller license for the location.
“We have had a great year and we are struggling to keep up with the demand of our core products,” said Mark Larson, Co-Founder and Head Brewer.
The new location is expected to produce 2,000 barrels of beer per year, four times more than the original Warren location.
The Warren location will remain and will also be expanded, adding a winery and additional brewing capacity.
The brewery is also working on canning of its flagship Ninja Chicken Pale Ale, as well as Scurvy Dan Blood Orange IPA, Falling Down’s bestselling summer seasonal.
The new Oxford location is expected to open in late 2015.