WILLIAMSBURG — Precarious Beer Project has signed a new lease on the space previously occupied by J.Fenton Gallery.
According to Andrew Voss, co-founder of Against The Grain Hospitality, “Our plan is to blend that space into the existing beer hall tasting room, to give us more room for the brewery production floor.”
Voss cites that the business is growing rapidly and that there is a need for additional space.
Precarious Beer Project, which is located at 110 S. Henry St. in Merchants Square, will also be adding an additional food concept to the tasting room. Currently, there is already one food option featured at the beer hall called Electric Circus Taco Bar.
“Customers can expect a vibrant, reimagined Precarious Beer Hall tasting room with another very tasty food option, to compliment the already delicious beer,” Voss said.
Precarious Beer Project is aiming to do a full unveiling in late March.
The beer hall is currently open 7 days a week, and construction on the new space is anticipated to have minor interruptions in service due to the construction.
More updates will be posted on Precious Beer Project’s Facebook and Instagram Pages.