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The Lost Abbey, a craft brewery that’s been ‘turning water into beer since 2006,’ has some changes in the works. According to The San Diego Union Tribune, the brewery recently look over a century-old church on J St. in San Diego and has plans to convert it to a tasting room.
Haven’t heard of The Lost Abbey before? Here’s what you need to know. “The Lost Abbey was imagined as part of a crusade in this ongoing story of Good vs. Evil beer,” says the company’s website. That holy war is waged in the form of a line of Belgian-inspired brews and a line of San Diego/west coast style beers.
The San Diego Union Tribune reports the tasting room will open in the historic 2,400 square foot space with ground and basement floors by mid-September. In addition to the two floors, the property boasts a 3,200 square foot patio space. We were unable to reach co-founder and COO Tomme Arthur at the time of publication, so you’ll want to follow The Lost Abbey on social media for more information.