Green Flash Brewing Company, which recently announced a European expansion and debuted their own food truck, has revealed plans for their new Poway facility, which the Mira Mesa-based brewery leased last summer.
In Poway, Green Flash will launch Cellar 3, an expansion of their barrel-aging program and a site to experiment with wild yeast. It will fuel a new beer series with the same name, with the first release, their award-winning Silva Stout, a bourbon barrel aged ale, coming out in 750 ml bottles in April. Brewmaster Chuck Silva will oversee the production alongside Green Flash brewer and now barrelmaster Pat Korn.
This year's Cellar 3 releases will include the sour Flanders Drive, Le Freak Barrique (which used to be called Super Freak) and a bottle-conditioned Rayon Vert as well as the first of their fruit re-fermented beers, an ale brewed with spices and aged in red wine barrels with plums, called Natura Morta Plum.
The 12,000-square-feet location will also hold a new tasting room, scheduled to open in late Spring 2015.