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Food Business Incubator Leader Extends Concept to Craft Beer in the World’s First Co-working Incubator Brewery

Lucrece Borrego

After years of success launching food businesses at the forefront of the nation’s kitchen incubator movement, Lucrece Borrego is launching the world’s first co-working brewery and incubator in Texas. The incubator will foster development by providing a facility, tap room, network and audience accessible to all aspiring brewers.
The partners have already built out the facility and are seeking $25,000 to help build the shared-use brew system on Kickstarter (kickstarter.breweryincubator.com).

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  • Lucrece Borrego

    In the final stages of local and federal licensing, an arduous and lengthy process, and with a facility already built out, this revolutionary idea in craft brewing awaits only the Kickstarter funds to finish payment on their custom brew system currently being built in Portland, Oregon. This is, of course, where you come in. Always creative, the brewers have joined together to offer unique and compelling rewards for Kickstarter Backers in addition to beer tastings and party invitations throughout the campaign. Beer scene tours by motorcycle, private beer pairing dinners, custom brewing parties, a Community Supported Brewery monthly bottle membership and even the right to tattoo the founders’ bodies make up just some of the possible Rewards for Kickstarter supporters.

    You can learn more about the Brewery Incubator and the League of Extraordinary Brewers by visiting kickstarter.breweryincubator.com and stay up to date by following them on Facebook (facebook.com/brewinc) and Twitter (twitter.com/breweryinc.).