Local to Iowa, the owners of Carroll Brewing wanted to open their doors in the city of Carroll, as it’s an epi-center of Western Iowa, yet hadn’t been home to a brewery since the 1880s. Iowans have long appreciated the taste of a fresh beer after a hard day of work, and Carroll Brewing now exists to satisfy that thirst. Like our Midwestern values, our product is high-quality and hand-crafted, but not pretentious. We aim to make easy-drinking ales and lagers similar to the beer you’ve grown accustomed to drinking, but brewed locally, right here.
Since taking possession of the space in August of 2017, we have been hard at work converting this historic brick building located one block off of Highway 30 in downtown Carroll into a full-scale production brewery and taproom. The 10,000 square feet of space houses a 20-barrel brewhouse, five 80-barrel fermenters, a 100-person capacity taproom & bar with 30 draft lines, and additional production space that will house a canning line for distribution.