Report: Paulaner Brauhaus Opening on the Bowery Next Thursday

Posted on: November 14th, 2013 at 6:00 am by
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Paulaner Brauhaus probably wanted to be open to capitalize on Oktoberfest this year. But that certainly didn’t happen. The establishment – located at 265-267 Bowery – has been shielded behind brown paper since its unofficial unveiling in early September. Indeed, the brewery is basically online, but remains mired in the bureaucratic red tape.

Paulaner noted the following on its Facebook page last month:

We continue to be immersed in the inspection and permit process and will open as soon as we are able. We look forward to sharing it with you!

Today, however, their PR muscle brings word that the Paulaner Brauhaus will be soft opening Thursday November 21. Apparently there’s some bakery component now.

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Paulaner interior, Photo: Facebook

This is the first stateside flagship for the German-based beer brand; as a result, building owner Simon Attias relocated Attias Oven Corp/Cannon Co. to Brooklyn. We first broke news of the changeover almost two years ago.

265 Bowery was once home of the iconic Sammy’s Bowery Follies.

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