Tuesday, December 11, 2012
The brew pub will offer a full menu that's "not your everyday bar food" and a selection of craft brews, according to staff.
The wait is almost over. After unforeseen obstacles — like Hurricane Sandy — delayed its delivery, the custom-made, 15-barrel Belgian brewing system is en route to Nevin’s Brewing Co. in Plainfield, and owners of the Route 59 eatery say they’ve finally pinned down an opening date. “It just [arrived] in the U.S.,” Nevin’s co-owner Steve Cin said, adding he expects the system to arrive by Friday. That means the brew pub is set to open before Christmas. Related: Tommy Nevin’s Finalizes Limestone Building Purchase Cin said the restaurant, which will open up at 12337 S. Route 59 in the former Limestone Brewing location, will offer a sneak peek to guests at private parties on Dec. 21, 22 and 23. Reservations are still available online via the …
Sunday, September 16, 2012
Brewery will fill the space vacated by Limestone Brewing on Route 59 in Plainfield.
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
The Plainfield brewpub, which will fill the space formerly occupied by Limestone, is tentatively scheduled to open the day before Thanksgiving.
It’s taken a bit longer than anticipated, but plans are coming together for a new brewpub on Route 59. Co-owner Steve Cin said a new opening date of Nov. 21 is planned for Nevin’s Brewing Company, which will fill the space formerly housed by Limestone Brewing, 12337 S. Route 59. Originally, the location was tentatively scheduled to open around Labor Day, Cin told Patch in June. “We really increased the size of the brewery,” Cin said, adding it’s taken some time for some of the new brewing equipment to arrive. “We purchased a 15 [barrel] Belgium system — it is beautiful.” Sign up for Plainfield Patch’s daily newsletter and add us on Facebook. Cin said Nevin’s is also in the process of finalizing its federal licensing to operate the brewery…