Sneak Peek Inside the Paulaner Bowery Brewery

Posted on: August 30th, 2013 at 6:10 am by
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Here’s the latest on the Paulaner Brauhaus at 265-267 Bowery.

The removal of tattered plywood last week and the constant open doors afford us a pretty clean view of the interior. Plenty of wood in this Bowery gal, accompanied by brewing equipment, tables and chairs, light fixtures.

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Meanwhile, head architect on the microbrewery project, Anthony Morali, updated the anxious masses on opening date via Facebook. September is all that’s revealed … and that there was a private party there last night. We heard second week of next month is the likely target. We’ll see what happens.

The brewmasters are fine tuning the kettles and there is a private party scheduled for August 29. Looks like. September will be real good.for the aficionado of. Beer and great food.

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