Monday, August 29, 2011

Coming Soon: Jalopy’s Grillville and Brewery

Posted By on Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 2:03 PM

A new restaurant and microbrewery is opening on the corner of Limberlost Drive and Oracle Road.

Owner Hal Burns says he hopes to have Jalopy’s Grillville and Brewery open in October. The first batches of beer should be available around the end of the year.

Burns says he and his brew master are both “home-brewers turned microbrewers.” They’ll be brewing batches that range in size from 55 to 100 gallons, with three or four brews in regular production and new flavors coming on line as inspiration strikes.

“We’re going to keep shuffling the cards to come up with all sorts of recipes,” said Burns.

The restaurant will serve pizza, burgers and sandwiches. Burns also hopes to offer delivery of both pizza and beer, although he’s still working out the details.

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