New York State, or rather its taxpayers, are handing over $800,000 to the Brooklyn Brewery to assist the company's $6.5 million expansion project.
The money, according to founder Steve Hindy, will be used to help convert 13,500 square feet of currently vacant distribution space into a fermentation facility.
That should help the company increase production from 8,000 to 50,000 barrels a year.
The grant is part of the state's Downstate Revitalization Fund.
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