Atwater spends $1M on facility upgrades, fermentation scientist to brew more complex beers

“Our hope is to provide a beer for every occasion so (consumers) don’t have to look anywhere else,” Atwater Brewery President Katy McBrady said. Courtesy Atwater Brewery

Atwater Brewery this year marked 25 years in business, and the company is working to ensure the next 25 are even stronger for Detroit’s largest brewery.

Atwater is wrapping up $1 million in capital improvements that have been underway for more than a year, according to President Katy McBrady. The updates include adding state-of-the-art kegging and packaging lines, she said.

“The improvements will allow us to produce more beer at a faster rate, package more,” McBrady told Crain’s. “We’ll be able to send more of a variety of beer into the market, too. Our intent is for us, over the next 25 years, to make the best beer possible.”

Read the full story from Crain’s Detroit Business.

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