If you’re wondering, like the person who took this photo earlier today, what the story is behind the smoke seen here coming out of the top of the new Karbach Brewing Co. building under construction at the corner of Karbach St. and Dacoma St., just west of Mangum Rd., there’s no need to worry: A small fire at the the construction site was put out quickly a short while ago with minimal damage, according to a company rep.
Karbach was rated last year as one of the fastest-growing craft breweries in the U.S. The new 2-story, 19,000-sq.-ft. brewery building adjacent to its existing facility was designed by Three Square Design Group, and will include a public tap room and kitchen, along with a special-event space upstairs.
- Karbach Brewing Co. to break ground on major expansion [Houston Business Journal]
- Previously on Swamplot: Karbach Brews Houston’s Newest Beer Can Warehouse
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Guess where I’ll be in less than three hours ???
Karbach is my favorite beer right now. Rodeo Clown IPA is good enough for one and done. It is especially tasty after cutting the grass on a hot humid Houston day. Yes, I, a homeowner, cut my own grass.
^ I do too.
Me three, with a reel mower when the grass isn’t too long; with a non-drive gas mower otherwise.