Craft Brewery TCBC Beer reopens in Litchfield Park in west Phoenix

A like of Coyotes ice hockey fostered a friendship among Justin Egbert and Paul Electrical…

A like of Coyotes ice hockey fostered a friendship among Justin Egbert and Paul Electrical power, West Valley transplants originally from California and Idaho. A love of beer led them to grow to be business associates.

In 2018, the duo introduced Transplant Metropolis Brewing Business, now known as TCBC Beer, in a very small constructing in historic Litchfield Park.

After many years of performing hard to continue to keep up with the increasing demand for both of those seating and beer in the modest room, the brewers now have area to mature.

TCBC Beer moved into a much larger creating next door and opened on Aug. 28. Egbert and Electric power explained the move had been a lengthy time coming.

“My spouse took a month off, unpaid, to assistance us open. Paul’s spouse and young son have been much more than affected person,” Egbert reported. “We have friends that are building issues for us, hauling things for us, encouraging us develop tables. Most people in our life has been insanely beneficial, it is been phenomenal.”

On a recent Wednesday afternoon, just days after opening weekend, shoppers already filled superior-major tables and the house buzzed with conversation flowing between close friends at the bar. With a vibe Egbert describes as “Cheers-ish” and “aged college” the brand name new brewery is already a West Valley craft beer and local community place.