Newest Addition to Pybus Family -Welcome Hellbent Brewing @ Pybus!

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August 18, 2021

The Taproom by Hellbent Brewing to Open at Pybus Public Market

Pybus Public Market is pleased to announce our newest addition to the Pybus family. Hellbent Brewing will be opening The Taproom by Hellbent Brewing, aiming to open late fall 2021 in the former Wenatchee Brew Pub space. The Taproom by Hellbent Brewing will feature 20 taps of Hellbent beers along with local ciders, a full bar, wine, craft cocktails and an assortment of non-alcoholic beverages to satisfy customers of all ages. The Gastro-pub type menu will feature sandwiches, salads, and rice bowls, all showcasing local ingredients. Six-packs and four-packs of Hellbent Beer will be available for takeout.

Hellbent brewing first opened their doors in Lake City, Seattle in 2015. Their masterful brewer and co-owner, Brian Young, creates an array of delicious ales, seasonal lagers and a few Belgian style brews.

“Our goal is to provide a great taproom experience for all ages featuring our beers and other beverages, with a menu that draws some inspiration from my home state, Hawaii. I am thrilled to open a business in my wife’s hometown.”, said Randy Embernate, co-owner of Hellbent Brewing.

“The Market is delighted to welcome the Taproom by Hellbent Brewing, bringing back the pub experience for our many guests”, said Leslie Freytag, Executive Director, Pybus Public Market. “The Hellbent team has created a taproom in Seattle that has become a neighborhood favorite. The Market is excited to welcome what is sure to be a new family friendly gathering place,” added Freytag

For additional information, please contact:

Leslie Freytag: or 509.679.8338 

Sarah Williamson: or 509.264.8052

About Pybus Public Market

Pybus Public Market is built in the historic Pybus steel warehouse located next to the Columbia River at the foot of Orondo Street in Wenatchee. The property is a year-round marketplace for restaurants, wine, fruit and vegetable vendors, meats and cheeses, baked goods, oils, other foods, flowers, retail sales and local craftspeople. It also serves as the permanent home for Wenatchee Valley Farmer’s Market. Pybus Market opened May 11, 2013. Pybus Market is governed by a 20-person board of directors of Pybus Market Charitable Foundation, a 501c (3) non-profit.

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