Next year, American Solera will opening a very new brewery in a very old building.

That building in Tulsa is known as the Bandmaster building located at the corner of 6th and Utica Street, and it encompasses approximately 14,000 sf of space that will include not only brewing operations, but also a brand new tap room as well. In addition, the new facility will replace the current River West location, but the smaller SoBo location at 18th and Boston will not be affected.

“Is the building in rough shape? YES,” reads a post on American Solera’s website. “BUT,  we couldn’t be more excited to breathe new life into the building and call it home.  We plan to create a brand new brewery and tap room in the space. The new site is steps away from Cabin Boys Brewery and Marshall Brewing Company. We are excited to create a community of craft brewers in the area. There are so many possibilities to grow our relationships with fellow Tulsa breweries in this space.”

According to the brewery, the River West location will remain open throughout the construction process, which is anticipated to take six-eight months to complete, with an opening date currently scheduled for late spring or early summer 2019.

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