October 3, 2016

Changes are brewing in Portland’s East Bayside food hub

Photo / Tim Greenway
Photo / Tim Greenway
Tandem Coffee Roasters co-owners Kathleen and Will Pratt in the production area at its Anderson Street roastery and coffee shop in Portland. Tandem will be expanding its Anderson Street footprint to expand its wholesale capabilities.

A shakeup is coming to Portland's popular East Bayside neighborhood as Tandem Coffee Roasters announced that it would be expanding its wholesale business into the soon-to-be former home of its neighbors, Bunker Brewing Company.

Don't fret craft beer lovers. The Bangor Daily News reported that Bunker is expanding and moving its operations across Portland to the Libbytown neighborhood, just a short distance from some of the city's hotspots.

"We are not far from Thompson's Point and where the Sea Dogs play," Bunker Brewing co-owner Chresten Sorensen told the BDN.

Bunker's new 10 tap, 800-square-foot tasting room is slated to open over Halloween weekend.

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