Attention lovers of craft beer, Saucy Brew Works is coming to the east side.
The new location will be in Orange Village’s Pinecrest mixed-use district, according to a news release.
What’s, ahem, on tap for the new site? A 142-seat taproom featuring a small brewing operation, 20 draft lines and a coffeehouse. There won’t be a kitchen, but some light fare will be offered and patrons will be able to order in. The grand opening is planned for early April 2020 so you won’t have to wait long.
Saucy Brew Works flagship Ohio City brewery and brewpub, founded in 2017, is owned and operated by Brent Zimmerman and Eric Anderson.
“We are over-the-top excited to bring our fresh liquid to the East Side of Cleveland!” said Brent Zimmerman, CEO and Co-owner of Saucy Brew Works, in the release. “We felt as if we were neglecting our “east side” friends, which isn’t a nice thing to do. Pinecrest here we come, 20 fresh beers on tap daily!”
While you wait for April … take a visit to the Cleveland location. Find out what to expect here.
Photo: You can construct a flight of beer samples at Saucy Brew Works that is then served to you in a cupcake mold and arranged with the beers in the order of the slip of paper on which you’d written them down. Credit: Mark Meszoros