Third Space Brewing plans to add a bulk malt silo in
front of its building at 505 W. St. Paul Ave.,
Milwaukee, that will allow the production team to
receive bulk malt deliveries, which will enhance
efficiency and accommodate future growth.
WAUKESHA — With an expansion planned to start in the
spring, Milwaukee-based Third Space Brewing will be able
to double its capacity to 7,500 barrels annually.
expansion at the company’s brewery, 1505 W. St. Paul
Ave., will include the addition of two 90-barrel
fermentation tanks and one 90-barrel “bright” tank.
“This addition will set us up for future growth and help
us meet anticipated demand during the peak summer
months,” cofounder and Brewmaster Kevin Wright said in
There will also be the installation of a
state-of-the-art five-barrel pilot system, which will
provide more opportunities to experiment with new
recipes, as well as other equipment and a bulk malt silo
in front of the building.
Also on Wednesday, Third Space Brewing announced a
wholesale distribution partnership with Beechwood Sales
and Service of New Berlin, effective in January.
are very excited about this new partnership with Third
Space,” said Dave Cartwright, craft manager for
Beechwood, in a statement. “I have known Kevin for
several years, and have been a fan of his beers even
before he started Third Space. He and (co-founder) Andy
(Gehl) make a great team, and have made Third Space a
noteworthy player in the very vibrant local beer scene.”
its first full year of operation, Third Space Brewing
exceeded its production targets, with sales of
approximately 2,200 barrels. The brewery’s beer has been
on draft since its opening in September 2016, and the
company began canning in March 2017.
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