Goat Patch Brewing in Lincoln Center nears opening

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When we last checked in with Goat Patch Brewing, around this time last year, they'd just taken over occupancy of suites 117 and 123 in the Lincoln Center, nearby outfits like Building Three Coffee Roasters and Cafe Red Point.

We met the ownership team of Justin and Jen Grant and Cate and Darren Baze, and saw some early renderings of what they had planned for the space.

Now that elementary school gymnasium has been converted to a large brewery, and the former classrooms are neatly renovated into a stylish taproom.

Baze, a former Bristol Brewing, Trinity and Colorado Mountain Brewery brewer (and, disclosure: an old friend of mine), gave us a quick sneak peek of the spot, and early sip of a very drinkable, easy, 4 percent ABV blonde ale that will be among the opening (and regular) beers on tap.

Some private, soft openings will be underway imminently, to be followed by a public opening at month's end. Details to come on that — keep an eye on their Facebook page.

Meanwhile, here's a few teaser images.
Brewer/co-owner Darren Baze, displaying his blonde ale. - MATTHEW SCHNIPER
  • Matthew Schniper
  • Brewer/co-owner Darren Baze, displaying his blonde ale.
Tasting paddles with a strong brand. - MATTHEW SCHNIPER
  • Matthew Schniper
  • Tasting paddles with a strong brand.
Growlers and Crowlers at the ready. - MATTHEW SCHNIPER
  • Matthew Schniper
  • Growlers and Crowlers at the ready.

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