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Hamilton’s Collective Arts Brewing opens new taproom in Costa Rica

Making clear their plans for total world domination, Hamilton’s beloved Collective Arts Brewing has just opened a new taproom in Costa Rica.

The local craft brewer has expanded at a freakishly fast rate since first launching roughly eight years ago here in the Hammer with its handful of flagship beers and a unique focus on using original artwork by independent artists as their ever-changing label art.

Since then, the brewery has made the most of its massive facility on Burlington Street in the city’s north end, expanding their operations to include distilling, canned craft cocktails, seltzers, coffee beans, and even cannabis beverages.

On top of all of that, Collective Arts has also increased its geographic spread, retailing its products well outside of the province, country, and even continent. The brewery also opened a a popular sister brewpub in Toronto just last year, and plans to open another in Brooklyn, New York at a later date.

Now, Collective Arts’ gorgeous taproom in Santa Ana, Costa Rica has opened its doors complete with the brewery’s iconic craft beer on tap alongside bar bites and retail products.

See more of Collective Arts Costa Rica on their social media.

Lead image courtesy of Collective Arts Brewing

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