Ad Codes Widget
Beer & Brewer
Ad Codes Widget
Beer & Brewer

Boulevard Brewing Co. Breaking Ground on Major Expansion

July 13th by

(Photo courtesy Boulevard Brewing Co.)

(Press Release)

KANSAS CITY–Boulevard Brewing Company today announced it will soon break ground on a $10 million expansion of its Kansas City brewery. The project, consisting of a 24,000 square foot, single-story structure to be built on land immediately adjacent to the brewery, will house a canning line designed to fill 350 12-ounce cans per minute, providing Boulevard with years of runway for its rapidly accelerating can business.

“Demand for our canned beers has continued to grow since we first offered them in 2014,” said Boulevard brewmaster Steven Pauwels. “Ten years ago it was uncommon to find craft beer in cans, but today it’s a popular package. We’re happy to oblige because cans completely block light, they’re lighter than bottles so easier to transport, and they can go almost anywhere.”

The expansion is being overseen by Dali Grabar and Tim Hall, engineering directors for Boulevard. “We have an aggressive schedule,” said Grabar, “but plan to be producing cans by the first quarter of next year.” Finkle + Williams serves as the project architect, Kansas City-based MillerStauch Construction will act as general contractor, and key equipment will be supplied by Krones AG.

About Boulevard Brewing Company
Boulevard Brewing Company is the largest specialty brewer in the Midwest, dedicated to the craft of producing fresh, flavorful beers using traditional ingredients and the best of both old and new brewing techniques. For more information, visit or follow us on, and

The post Boulevard Brewing Co. Breaking Ground on Major Expansion appeared first on All About Beer.

Source: All About Beer

Say Something!

Still Thirsty?


Tinchilla: Cool Your BeerCans in 60 Seconds

For those with no patience, the Tinchilla can chill a can of cola or beer 240 times faster than the average fridge, or in 60 seconds.

Jokes, Quotes and Facts

Fact: Wave of Beer

Thirsty For

In 1814, a brewery tank holding over 3,000 barrels or Ale ruptured. It caused a tidal wave of beer to run through a London Parish, killing 9 people and destroying 2 houses.


James Squire Release HopThief 7

hopthief - Thirsty For

The talented brewers at Malt Shovel have been at it again; this time creating the latest instalment in the innovative James Squire Hop Thief Varietal Series –...