Riley’s Brewing expanding to Riverstone development in Madera County

Madera County, CA (KFSN)-This dirt plot in Reversetone Development off Riverwalk Boulevard and Root Creek Parkway in Madera County has future Riley’s Brewing.

“This is an acre of facilities, a multi-million dollar expansion. There is a brewery on the second floor, a two-story building. The brewery is on the first floor. There is a nice big glass. Where It’s a window you can see. “

Daniel Riley is the owner of Riley’s Brewing, which produces a variety of beers, sodas and spirits from Madera County facilities.

Riley and his partner also have a brew pub in Clovis.

Currently, plans for a restaurant and brewpub are underway. There is also a unique experience at Riverstone.

“Then we’ll have a farmer’s market, a small event area for festivals and events outdoors. We’ll have a hopfield outdoors for hops in beer. This is a significant expansion. It’s a lot of effort. “Riley said.

This new brewery in Riverstone and the new beer brewing equipment they are building will help serve an ever-growing crowd of craft beers.

“Demand. They are outpacing us now. No matter how much we earn. Not enough. We are in circulation all the way to Sacramento. We are in regions and some regions outside the state. And we just can’t brew enough beer. “

Although difficult to expand during the pandemic, Riley felt positive about future projects in the region.

“We needed something like that to be the top icing. The basic infrastructure is there. It was a good win. We all worked together. People did something like that. I wanted it. It was good. Fit. Easy access to Fresno. Easy access to Madera. Right next to the highway. Great spot, “Riley said.

Valley has expanded its business to reach its audience in which they live.

Hopefully everything goes well, the owners of Riley’s Brewing hope to open by the end of 2022.

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