Phantom Canyon Brewing Company will begin work this week on a brewery extension at the north end of its building.
The 1,200-square-foot addition to the building, which should be finished by March, will double Phantom’s brewing capacity as well as grow its business operation.
The building addition will be topped with a second-floor outdoor patio and will offer the restaurant extra dining space on the first floor, General Manager Heather Robinson said.
The added brewery might also mean Phantom Canyon’s beer will soon be available in other restaurants and businesses.
“We’re hoping to be able to create some offsite locations and do some outside accounts,” Robinson said. “Right now, we just don’t have the capacity because we’re selling so much in the restaurant.”
She said the brewery sells growlers and kegs to customers, but can’t handle more than one or two commercial accounts because of space constraints. The addition will enable Phantom Canyon to expand its brand outside its own space.
“The supply will finally be able to keep up with the demand,” she said.
The brewery owners are also considering an interior remodel this winter, but haven’t decided to move forward with it for sure, Robinson said.