Redhook Brewery’s Woodinville Facility Heads to Auction

Changes continue for Redhook Brewery.

The large-scale brewer last year closed its 20-acre facility in Woodinville, WA. Parent company Craft Brew Alliance said the location was operating at only 30%. The move came as Redhook shifted focus to a new brewery in Seattle, where the brand originally launched in 1981. The brand also continues to operate its east-coast location in Portsmouth, NH.

What’s next for the shuttered Woodinville facility will soon be known.

Heritage Global Partners (HGP) today announced a collaboration with Loeb Winternitz industrial auctioneers to manage the global online auction for the complete brewhouse and beverage manufacturing assets formerly of Redhook Brewery at Woodinville.

The online auction begins March 9, and will include beer production and manufacturing assets located at the former Woodinville facility. To register for the event and/or access the complete sale catalog with equipment photos, lot descriptions and other information, visit HGP’s website.

Inside Redhook Brewery’s Woodinville facility that’s heading to auction next month.

Assets include:

  • Huppman 100 Barrel 5 Tank Brewhouse
  • Fermentation and Brite Beer Tanks (over 800,000 gallons total capacity)
  • Large arrangement of centrifuges and filtration
  • Krones 450 bpm Bottling Line and Labeler
  • KHS Automatic 30 Barrel an Hour Keg Line for all sizes
  • Plant support equipment and much more

“The craft beer industry is booming and as a result, we have been receiving strong interest from worldwide buyers for our upcoming sale of the former Redhook Brewery assets,” says Nick Dove, HGP Executive Vice President. “This auction represents an exceptional opportunity for beer producers, other beverage manufacturers, equipment lenders and resellers to acquire well-maintained assets, ideal for the beverage industry and countless others.”


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