Victory Brewing, a Pennsylvania-based microbrewery, has officially opened its second facility at 3127 Lower Valley Road in Parkesburg, Pennsylvania.

Located on a 42 acre site at Chester County countryside, the 140,000ft² facility will feature a full service brewpub and beer garden, which will open by early 2015.

The production space of the brewery features top brewing technology and tools including a German-built ROLEC brewhouse with production capacity of up to 200 barrels per batch, a proprietary hop separator coined the HopVIC and a hard-piped fermentation cellar featuring 1,000 barrel fermenters.

At full capacity, the brewery will able to brew 225,000 barrels annually, more than twice the amount produced at its first facility in Downingtown.

The brewery also features two bright beer tanks that hold 1,000 barrels at once.

Victory Brewing president, co-founder and brewmaster Bill Covaleski said in 2011, they faced the choice of either retracting markets or expanding their production, as demand outpaced their supply.

"I guess you know which way we landed! Now, after more than 18 months of planning and construction, and maybe just one or two sleepless nights in there, we’re excited to finally show-off this beautiful new brewery," Covaleski added.

Victory Brewing CEO, co-founder and brewmaster Ron Barchet said another exciting feature of this brewery is the biological acidification system, which will allow their brewers to naturally optimize pH values throughout the brewing process, yielding cleaner and fresher tasting beer.