Construction on a new Rollertown Beerworks location broke ground at Frisco’s historic grain silos March 29, according to a news release.

The incoming Main Street brewery and venue space is slated to open in early summer 2025.

The new location, which will also serve as the company’s Frisco-based headquarters, is the result of a public-private partnership with the city of Frisco.

“We are absolutely thrilled to be planting our flag in what is consistently recognized as one of the finest cities in the country,” Rollertown Beerworks CEO Jonathan Rogers said in the release. “To join the family of companies based in Frisco that includes the Dallas Cowboys, the Dallas Stars, the Frisco Roughriders, the PGA of America and Keurig Dr Pepper among many others is a true honor.”

Frisco’s Rollertown Beerworks location will feature a family- and dog-friendly venue with a nearly 30,000-square-foot great lawn and nearly 4,000 square feet of outdoor patio space, according to the release. The location also features a two-story taproom, indoor hospitality space, a performance stage and more.

“We’ve been brainstorming for years about how to find the best project for the silo tract to incorporate into our plans to redevelop historic downtown,” Mayor Jeff Cheney said in the release. “We believe Rollertown Beerworks fulfills our vision to bring destination entertainment to the heart of our city. Research shows our residents want live music, brewery experiences and historic downtown settings—all while being family friendly. Rollertown delivers.”