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Indeed Brewing Company plans to double its production capacity to 6,400 barrels per year, the Business Journal reports. The announcement comes just six months after opening its taproom last summer in northeast Minneapolis.

The $250,000 expansion includes additional cellar tanks, production equipment and the hiring of additional employees.

“By adding tanks on an aggressive schedule we hope to stay slightly ahead of demand which should help ensure the high quality and consistency of our beers while giving us some room to experiment with interesting ingredients and styles of beer,” Tom Whisenand, Co-Founder, said in a statement. “This is really a dream come true for all of us, it seems like just yesterday we were sitting around the kitchen table discussing our business plan and now we are doubling capacity… hopefully sleep will come after that."

Indeed's two flagship beers -- Day Tripper Pale Ale and Midnight Ryder American Black Ale -- are sold at roughly 70 retail stores throughout the Twin Cites and available in about 100 bars and restaurants.

Meanwhile, 612Brew will open its taproom in northeast Minneapolis Wednesday afternoon, Twin Cities Business reports.

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