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East Bank District welcomes new business

Representatives with Red River BrewPub participating in a ground breaking ceremony for the new location of Red River BrewPub in the East Bank District in Bossier City on Friday, February 25. (Stacey Tinsley, Bossier Press-Tribune)

On Friday, February 25, the Red River Brewpub broke ground at the spot they will now call home.

Red River Brewpub partner, Jared Beville said, “We said a lot about Bossier welcoming us here. It is kind of funny how we started. We started in my garage here in Bossier City. And, that started with two or three crazy guys having both a vision and a dream to make great beer. We also wanted to have a positive impact in this community and to have a great place for families and friends to come enjoy fellowship. We are really, really excited to be coming back to Bossier. We have been in business for nine years. We had a great experience in Shreveport. But certainly, we feel like this is an awesome opportunity for us to expand here in the East Bank and Bossier.”

Red River Brewpub is expected to open in late summer of 2022. It will be located at 310 Mansfield Street in Bossier City’s East Bank District.

Red River Brewpub is a small craft brewery and tasting room. With roots in the local home brewing community, Red River produces three flagship beers. Additionally, the Red River Brewpub produces a variety of small-batch releases and seasonal offerings.

The new brewery will have a large tasting room, accommodating space (with a merchandise shop), ping pong tables and a covered patio (with a view of Bossier City’s East Bank District).

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