The Tap Room at Speakeasy Ales & Lagers Is Now Open Again

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The Speakeasy Tap Room is open once again. Photo via Facebook.

After a nine-month hiatus, Speakeasy Ales & Lagers is back in business and has reopened its newly remodeled Hunters Point taproom (it has an expanded 17-line draft system and new copper-top tables and lighting). Ces Butner (Hunters Point Brewery LLC) is the new owner—it’s refreshing news that he’s a local African-American businessperson with three decades of experience in the craft beer industry (instead of some big beer company). Butner will open up the brewery to additional regional brands in need of a local facility looking to enhance their production numbers. He says, “We have a 60,000-barrel facility and we’re looking forward to inviting brands in need of a brewing facility to collaborate with us in 2018.” Brand-new crowlers as well as growlers will now be available

Bottle production for retail distribution throughout California and select markets across the country will kick back in on January 1st, 2018, and there will be a grand opening event at the brewery on Saturday January 27th. Open Tue-Thu 3pm-9pm, Fri-Sat 12pm-10pm, and Sun 12pm-8pm. 1195 Evans Ave. at Keith.