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Evil Twin Brewing to open new DUMBO location

Two Trees Management today announced that Evil Twin Brewing, a cult craft brewery and taproom, will open a new location on the ground floor of the iconic 45 Main Street building in DUMBO, Brooklyn (pictured top).

The 1,950 square foot space will be Evil Twin Brewing’s second location in New York City, expected to open early 2021.

JED WALENTAS

“Evil Twin brewing is one of the most talked about brewing experiences in the city. Located in the heart of DUMBO and a few steps from Brooklyn Bridge Park, 45 Main Street is the perfect spot for another great taproom and coffee shop,” said Jed Walentas, principal of Two Trees Management.

“As part of our ongoing goal to support independent businesses, we are always looking to partner with local retailers and food purveyors like Evil Twin who will contribute to the unique and eclectic atmosphere of DUMBO.”

“We’re excited to expand to the vibrant DUMBO neighborhood to serve our favorite beers and amazing coffee from Sey to more folks across New York City,” said Evil Twin Brewery Owner Jeppe Jarnit- Bjergso. “Our second location at 45 Main Street will bring our one-of-a-kind experience and tastes to visitors and be a local spot for those that work and live in the area.”

Founded in 2010 as a “nomadic” brewery, by “gypsy brewer” Jeppe Jarnit- Bjergso, Evil Twin first established themselves as a global beer company, before opening their first permanent brewery and taproom in 2019. Notable for its unique recipes, Evil Twin brews new recipes every week and specially makes its own beef jerky. The second location is estimated to bring about 15 new jobs to the area.

Alex Beard and Jason Pennington of RIPCO Real Estate represented both Two Trees and the tenant in the transaction.

Originally completed in 1912, 45 Main Street lies in the heart of DUMBO. The 12-story, 475,000 s/f landmark building features a landscaped roof deck designed by Field Operations – the landscape designers of the High Line and Domino Park.

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