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Brieux Carre Nanobrewery Aims for March Debut in Marigny

The Decatur Street beer haven is wrapping up inspections

Brieux Carre biergarten.
Brenna Houck is a Cities Manager for the Eater network. She previously edited Eater Detroit and reported for Eater. You can follow her on the internet at @brennahouck.

Soon-to-open Marigny craft beer haven Brieux Carre Brewing Company is gearing up for a March debut. The company is completely finished with its buildout founder Robert Bostick tells Eater and is moving through the inspections process.

The brewery shared its Fire Marshal inspection report on social media on Thursday and according to Bostick requires only an ATC and health department inspection. “We could possibly be brewing in two weeks,” he says, placing the opening around five weeks out.

Located at 2115 Decatur Street, the brewery will feature a seven-barrel brewing system and 12 rotating taps. Bostick says that he and his partners have yet to decide on the specific recipes for the opening but confirms that they’ll likely start with three to four batches of beer once they receive approval from inspectors.

Between the taproom and the biergarten, Bostick says that Brieux Carre seats around 65 patrons with standing room for around 20 more.

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