Green Flash Brewing Co. on Monday repeated its plans to open its Lincoln Brewpub, even as it announced further plans to downsize.
The San Diego-based Craft Brewer said it will close its brewing operation in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and will stop distributing beers on the East Coast.
The 58,000-square-meter Virginia facility, which opened in 2016, was offered for auction this weekend, and green-flash officials confirmed plans to close down on Monday. 1
Green Flash said in a press release that the Lincoln Sudan will "open as planned" in April. "The company has not yet announced an exact date.
Green Flash Brewhouse & Eatery will be in the former Plowshare Brewing Co. building It will have a brewhouse, tasting room and restaurant in 1630 P St. The company bought last summer.
It will have a brewhouse, tasting room and restaurant. While it will brew green-flash beers, company representatives have said that there are no plans for distribution Green Flash has announced on Monday that a new group of investors has created a new business Financial participation in the company
Neither the group of investors nor the size of the investment were identified, but the company said in the press release, that investors "are required to maintain the status of Green Flash as an iconic independent craft brewery concern. "
The company also said that as part of the acquisition of the investor group, it would return to its Southern California roots and consolidate its distribution to only eight states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Nebraska, Nevada, Utah, and Texas."  The company said the Lincoln Brewery will "serve as a model for future customer service points in the southwestern United States."