Goose Island Quadruples Warehouse Space w/New 130K Sq.-Ft. Space

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From Goose Island via Crains:

Goose Island Beer Co. is quadrupling its warehouse space in an attempt to slake the thirst for its barrel-aged beers.

The Chicago brewery, which became part of Anheuser-Busch InBev NV in 2011, has leased 130,000 square feet in West Town, a mile from its West Fulton Street facility, to house hundreds more bourbon barrels used to make its Bourbon County series. It's also adding brewing capacity to the Fulton Street site.

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