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Edmund’s Oast opening new brewery, restaurant in spring

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Edmund's Oast plans to open a brewery and restaurant in the new Pacific Box and Crate development on the Upper Peninsula. The new brewery's design incorporates converted shipping containers, including one that will be a cooler with taps coming out of the sides — a centerpiece for the brewery and entrance hallway. (Photo/Liz Segrist)

Construction is underway on Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co.’s new production brewery and restaurant on the Upper Peninsula, and the opening is scheduled for late spring, according to a news release.

The 20,000-square-foot facility, which will include indoor and outdoor seating, will be in the Pacific Box & Crate development at 1505 King Street Extension, about a mile from Edmund’s Oast on Morrison Drive.

Construction crews work on the buildout of Edmund's Oast new brewery and restaurant in the Pacific Box and Crate development. (Photo/Liz Segrist)The new brewery will keep more than a dozen Edmund’s Oast beers on tap, brewed by head brewer Cameron Read, and will regularly can at least four drinks. There will also be a taproom, managed by Melissa Fisher and Devin Marquardt, and areas of the facility will be dedicated to clean barrel aging and wild fermentation, the news release said.

The in-house kitchen, run by chefs Geoff Marquardt and Johnny Singleton, will include a wood-fired brick oven and Polish smokehouse. The menu will have pizza, sandwiches and other fare, the news release said.

The facility will include a small, private area for meetings, and the venue will be available for event rentals, the news release said.

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