Rogness Brewing going on hiatus with final party

One Pflugerville brewery is calling it quits — for now.

Photo by Emma Janzen / American-Statesman. The small operation of Rogness Brewing in Pflugerville still does all the bottling themselves, three years after opening, but the brewery has quite a roster of beers.

Photo by Emma Janzen / American-Statesman. The small operation of Rogness Brewing in Pflugerville is closing temporarily, with plans for a new brewery.

Rogness Brewing has announced that a final party on Saturday will be the last time that fans can drink at Rogness until “version 2.0,” which is currently in the works. The brewery is going on hiatus.

The news, certainly, isn’t all bad: “This is actually something we have wanted to do for a while now,” Rogness notes on its Facebook page. “We’re drawing up plans for a new and improved facility in downtown Pflugerville.”

At the moment, the brewery isn’t releasing more information on these upcoming plans, but Saturday will serve as one last chance to drink some of the beers that have become adored in Austin since the brewery opened as the dream of two former owners of the Austin Homebrew Supply Store.

Rogness Brewing is known for producing bombers of tasty offerings like the Rook, a Scotch Ale, and Joie d’Été, a Saison.

The Saturday hiatus party — “our last day open to the public at 2400 Patterson Industrial Dr.,” according to the Facebook page — will have Rogness’ two owners, Forrest and Diane Rogness, pouring beers throughout the day starting at 1 p.m.

Bid a temporary adieu to Rogness then. The party runs through 10 p.m. For more information, visit facebook.com/rognessbrewing.

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