Cruisin’ Connecticut – Father and Son Venture: Redding Beer Co.

redding beer co. redding ct

REDDING, Conn. (WTNH)– Today we’re Cruisin’ Connecticut to Redding, home of the Redding Beer Co.

Jim Baulsir and his son Dave hopped into the brewing scene last October, opening the Redding Beer Co. The tap house was originally a restaurant, and they renovated it, decked out with two rooms: the pub side, and the den side with communal tables.

Baulsir says opening the business has brought the father and son closer together:

Dave and I have spent a lot of time brewing, and understanding each other. We’re very close now. A lot closer than we were before we did this.

The brewery produces three barrels of beer a day. That’s around 100 gallons.

Their beers range from an East coast IPA, to an American Wheat Ale, Coffee, and Pale Ale.

Stop by and experience the Redding Beer Co. for yourself: 7 Main St, Redding, CT 06896

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