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Making Moves: Reformation Brewery Announces Second Location

Reformation Brewery will open a second facility in downtown Woodstock next year. Located at 105 Elm Street in the heart of downtown, the brewery hopes to open this location in spring 2018. Housing a second brew system dedicated to small batch experimental brews, the new space will serve as a research and development facility as well as a gathering place for the community.

“For some time, we’ve wanted more freedom to develop new beers and deliver an experience in the very heart of our city,” said Spencer Nix, CEO and co-founder of Reformation Brewery. “We’re excited for our guests and community to enjoy a fresh, new space with ample room to create moments that matter.”

New laws in effect as of Friday, September 1, play a part in the brewery’s expansion. “With Senate Bill 85 signed into law this year, we’ve been able to expand our offerings and Keeping Room hours, which has created the need for more space and more staff,” he continued. In addition to bringing new jobs to the area, Nix feels the new space is perfect for the local community.

“A chance to breathe life into an ignored piece of downtown speaks to the very heart of Reformation. We are excited to invest in our hometown to revitalize a piece of property that has been empty for years. Woodstock needs a backyard hangout space for everyone to enjoy.”

Celebrating its fourth anniversary this month, Reformation Brewery has experienced rising popularity and growth and 2018 will be a year for deeper investment in innovation. “You can expect us to always be reforming, including new products, new events and new experiences,” said Nix.

Reformation plans to continue production of its core products and expand new offerings. The brewery envisions a maker space where customers can see, smell, and hear how its craft beer is made. For more information regarding Reformation Brewery, please visit

via press release

For more on the new location, check out this interview with owner Spencer Nix.

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