Fat Head’s Brewery is an expertly purpose-built 75,000 sq ft brewery, headquarters and beer hall dining space, with an option to expand another 50,000 sq ft.
It’s hard to miss the new Fat Head’s in Middleburg Heights. The familiar logo calls every day to thousands of travelers from the 32-foot-tall stainless steel fermentation tanks along Interstate 71, shining by day and night with an invitation to stop in for a tasty brew. Cushman & Wakefield I CRESCO is pleased to have been a part in making this vision a reality.
“As a growing business owner, we take a lot of risks to grow our business.” said Matt Cole from Fat Heads. “ A purpose-built HQ, production site and restaurant was a big leap. We had a partner in George Pofok at Cushman & Wakefield | CRESCO. He understood our vision and did the heavy lifting to find the right location and reduce risks, so I could focus on the things that mattered most for my business.”
It’s not just a building; it’s a marquee brand experience and a new world-class destination for beer lovers. In fact, as you walk inside it’s hard to believe you’re in a corporate headquarters.
And Brewmaster Matt Cole wouldn’t have it any other way.
The History of Fat Head’s Brewery
Glenn Benigni opened the first Fat Head’s Saloon in Pittsburgh, PA in 1992, and swiftly became known throughout the area for offering both great food and a large selection of craft beers. In 2009, experienced craft brewer Cole partnered with Benigni to open the first Fat Head’s Brewery in Ohio, to supply not only the Saloon’s signature brews but also to expand the brand into retail operations.
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