After about three and a half years in business, Redlands craft brewery Hangar 24 has graduated from “microbrewery” to “regional craft brewery” by breaking the 15,000-barrel production mark on Dec. 31.
Also, last night, the Redlands Planning Commission unanimously approved a conditional use permit that would allow the craft brewery to construct a 4,596-square-foot addition.
Hangar 24 will also be releasing four new seasonal beers in 2012 and six beers that will be part of their “local field series,” which will use ingredients from Southern California businesses.
The folks over at the Redlands Daily Facts have been keeping us apprised on all the changes going on over at Hangar 24. Click here to read Kristina Hernandez’ article on the new classification. For more on the Planning Commission’s decision, click here to read Molly Davis’ report.
Hangar 24 Craft Brewery is at 1710 Sessums Drive in Redlands.