Masters Brewhouse

You may have heard that there is something new coming to the Park Plaza strip mall along Deer Park’s Main Street. Jeff and Tiffanie Masters have been building up the dream that is the Masters Brewhouse for several months. From building renovations to acquiring various licenses, the Masters have taken huge strides to create a fun and relaxing space.

Planning to be open 7 days a week, the new eatery will be open and family friendly from 11am – 9pm. At 9 the atmosphere changes slightly and will be for the 21-and-over crowd. The owners say they will stay open as long as there is a good crowd or until 2am.

Masters Brewhouse will offer their own craft beer, along with a couple of guest taps. They plan to have some food Deer Park doesn’t currently have. They hope the restaurant will be a gathering place to make new friends and be part of the community.

Masters Brewhouse is planning to open around the 20th of December, though as construction is still in the works, the date is not yet set in stone. They ask that we bear with them as they diligently continue the work. When the brewhouse is complete, they will celebrate a grand opening with the community.

Additionally, Masters Brewhouse is currently looking for an experienced cook. If you would like to apply for the job contact Jeff and Tiffanie Masters through their Facebook page.

Check out more pictures and stay apprised of their progress at facebook.com/mastersbrewhouse

Location: 831 S Main Street, Deer Park, Washington

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