10 Barrel Brewing to bring jobs to Portland

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Thursday, July 10, 2014

The Bend-based brewery's new Pearl District brewpub will create between 75 and 80 new jobs.

To staff the 6,000-square-foot facility, 10 Barrel's partner Garrett Wales said the company will need "everything from management to chefs, brewmasters and bartenders."

The Portland location will be the brewery's third pub. It also has a brewery and a pub in Bend and a second pub in Boise.

Wales would not disclose the cost of opening the new location, and said the company has not yet decided on the exact opening date.

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