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Unlawful Assembly Brewing Company

Legacy Hall, in Plano, TX has the distinction of being the first European-style food hall to set up shop in North Texas when it opened in late 2017.  The three-story, 55,000-square-foot food hall include 22 food stalls and half-a-dozen bars. A new brewery, the Unlawful Assembly Brewing Company, is one of the first craft breweries in Plano, Texas and is home to a 30-BBL/3-Vessel Sprinkman brewhouse, which allows them the freedom to explore nontraditional beer.  Legacy Hall's adjacent beer garden, which has a concert stage and enough seating capacity for up to 500 guests opened in early spring 2018.

Unlawful Assembly Brewing Co. has the ability to produce up to 10,000 barrels a year. There are 19 fermentation tanks and other tanks used as part of the brewing process. Legacy Hall will give tours of the brewery to guests. At the Tap Room eatery on the third floor next to the Unlawful Assembly Brewing Co., patrons can grab a quick bite without having to go to the first or second floor.

Upon completion, Legacy Hall is expected to get 30,000 visitors each week. Until the beer garden is complete, Garza said he expects to get 15,000 to 20,000 people coming through the food hall each week.

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