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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Gnarly Barley to open sister location in Ivanhoe Village

Posted By on Tue, Jan 12, 2016 at 6:23 AM

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  • Photo via Gnarly Barley's Facebook
The Gnarly Barley is celebrating four years of pouring brews in Orlando by announcing the opening of a new sister location in Ivanhoe Village. 

The second Gnarly spot, located at 531 Virginia Drive, plans to open this spring, and will go by the name GB's Bottle Shop and Tasting Bar.  



From Gnarly Barley's Facebook Post

Coming this year The Gnarly Barley crew will be expanding to a new neighborhood and opening its sister location: GB's Bottle Shop and Tasting Bar. This spot will be a full bottle shop, package store, AND bar selling bottles, growlers, pints and all manner of beer goodies. We're really excited to bring what we hope will become another staple, craft beer destination to the Orlando community.

As you can see construction is underway at 531 Virginia Dr. and we hope be open sometime this spring. We'll be posting alternate social media feeds so you can follow this project as it develops, and stay here for all the exciting things Gnarly Barley still has to offer in 2016!

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