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Stamford's Half Full Brewery Opens Redesigned Tasting Room

STAMFORD, Conn. – Half Full Brewery, Connecticut’s hoptimistic local brewery since 2012, announced the opening of its redesigned tasting room in Stamford, Conn. The 1,000-square-foot space embodies Half Full’s free-flowing positivity and passion, and features a 500+ beer can art installation as well as an eco-friendly wall.

The renovated urban space includes living room-style seating with modern sectionals from Lovesac, as well as traditional picnic table and high top seating. The casual and inviting environment nicely complements Half Full Brewery’s 12 rotating beers on tap.

“Nearly seven years after pouring our first Bright beer, we are excited to give our tasting room a refresh,” said Conor Horrigan, Founder & Chief Hoptimist at Half Full Brewery. “The local community has embraced our positive philosophy, spending time with their family, friends and four-legged friends in our tasting room. We hope to continue to deliver a positive, relaxing and enjoyable experience in our redesigned tasting room.” 

The official debut of the newly redesigned space aligns with the launch of Half Full Brewery’s new website designed by web solutions company Craftpeak. The sleek new site provides up-to-date information about upcoming events, beers on tap as well as Half Full apparel. Photos for the site were taken by @beerswithshim photographer Paul Shim.

Half Full Brewery’s tasting room is located at 43 Homestead Ave, Stamford, CT 06902, and is open Thursdays and Fridays 4-10 p.m. ET, Saturdays 12-10 p.m. ET and Sundays 12-7 p.m. ET.

About Half Full Brewery

At Half Full Brewery, we believe that together we can make the world a closer, more positive place and community. We bring the community of Stamford, Conn., together daily through audacious beers and experiences. Visit our Stamford facility, listen in on our podcast, or check us out on the web at halffullbrewery.com and @halffullbrewery on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

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