For the time being, there will be no changes to our current operation on Anderson Street. Portland, and especially East Bayside, is our home. We are not moving away. Anderson Street will continue to be our tasting room, studio lounge, and miniature rock and roll warehouse. Diverting our core brands to a larger operation will allow us to continue expanding our product portfolio with our current small batch facility, while allowing us to strategically rearrange and (hopefully) open up more space to welcome in the public. Since we opened our doors last year we have had very real issues keeping more than a handful of beers available on draft in our tasting room at any one time, some weekends falling back to a single beer on offer and running the risk of shutting down due to lack of supply. Earlier this summer we had our first true issues handling the physical traffic coming through our doors. It became very obvious to us very quickly that there would be not be enough room in our small space in Bayside to accommodate both more guests and more beer. We never want to turn anyone away due to capacity restrictions or lack of product. This expansion will alleviate a lot of problems all at once.