Many local tech firms brag about their in-office booze programs — keeping kegs in the kitchen is practically a pre-req to opening a local startup these days. But no one has taken the Beer:30 perk as far as Push Digital CEO Wesley Donehue. Today Donehue announced that Push will reside in the same building as his other business, Frothy Beard Brewing’s new location. He has also invested in Ryan Dedrickson’s Zombie Bob’s Pizza, so it’ll open its first brick-and-mortar at the same address as well.
“It has long been a dream to own a brewery and locate my digital communications agency inside of it. Zombie Bob’s just makes it that much better,” Donahue says in a press release.
The trifecta will open at 1401 Sam Rittenberg Blvd. — in the space of a former church — in the Ashley Landing complex next to the new Starbucks. “I’m pretty sure we will have the largest indoor taproom in the Charleston area,” says Donehue.
Michael Biondi, one of the founders of Frothy Beard Brewing Company, said, “We have been looking for a bigger space because we’ve completely outgrown our current location.” Biondi, in addition his cofounders Steve McCauley and Joseph Siconolfi, plan to dramatically expand Frothy’s brewing capacity at the new space.
The businesses are expected to open this fall.
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