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Doomsday Brewing announces plan to open a third location

 

Doomsday Brewing opened its first location in 2014, a brewpub in Washougal, Washington. Then in 2016 the company opened a second location, the Doomsday Brewing Safehouse in downtown Vancouver–a taproom and pizza place. Today Doomsday Brewing announced its plans to open a third location in nearby Hazel Dell. Like the other locations, the focus will be handcrafted beer and artisan pizza.

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Here is the press release about Doomsday Brewing’s latest expansion plan.

Doomsday Brewing Company Announces Expansion To Hazel Dell

Family Friendly Pub Featuring Artisan Pizza

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Vancouver, WA. January 30, 2019 — Today, Doomsday Brewing Company, a local microbrewery specializing in small batch craft beer and artisan pizza, announced that they have expanded with a third location at Hazel Dell Towne Center in Vancouver, WA after negotiating a lease since September 2018. Following the successful opening of their Washougal, WA brewpub in 2014 and their downtown Vancouver, WA taproom in 2016, this location is scheduled to open in May/June 2019.

The yet to be named Hazel Dell location will be 3000 Sq/ft with an addition 600 Sq/ft patio. It will feature Doomsday Brewing craft beer, local hard cider, and local wine. The pub will be offering beer to-go in cans and growlers. The food menu will include artisan pizza, salads, wraps, sausage dogs and appetizers. They will of course be family friendly during all hours of operation.

Erik Cloe and Jake Walton, the owners of Doomsday Brewing Company, said: “We are excited to bring our family friendly pub and pizza concept from our headquarters in Washougal, WA to where we both currently live. This part of Hazel Dell has experienced massive growth in that past couple years, we are proud to offer our small batch craft beer and artisan pizza to the community.”