Twin Peaks’ Irving, Texas, unit includes a brewpub and silo.
Front Burner Restaurants L.P., parent to the 52-unit Twin Peaks chain, sees its first in-house brewpub as a cost-effective source for its best-selling product: draft beer. The Addison, Texas-based company will analyze the brewery, which started production in March, through the end of the year before deciding whether to expand the idea to other markets, said Randy DeWitt, chief executive of Front Burner Restaurants. In addition to Twin Peaks, Front Burner also owns and operates seven ...
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