Craft beer and food franchise The Brass Tap is expanding its footprint in Texas with a five-location agreement signing in Dallas. With the area’s up-and-coming craft beer scene, the brand is looking forward to introducing its innovative concept to a new group of loyal customers.
Vice President of Franchise Development for The Brass Tap, Jamie Cecil said, “We have four locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area, all of which are doing really well. Dallas is a rapidly growing city and the local craft beer scene reflects that. With more and more breweries popping up every day, we’re confident that the size of Dallas specifically, and Texas overall for that matter, presents a great opportunity to cater to craft beer fans with our vast food and beverage offering and unmatched atmosphere.”
The new outlets will be owned and operated by Sid Patel, Franchisee Sid Patel, who already has a Brass Tap in Allen, Texas. Patel commented, “When we opened our shop in 2010, there weren’t many craft breweries or places to get craft beer, and by 2011 the industry was blowing up. Now, there are about 30 breweries in our immediate area and more than 120 in the state of Texas as a whole.”
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