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Well, there are plenty of other reasons to be excited. Quickly, here are a few others. Crowlers: Fat Head's will start offering Crowlers at the new location. Quality assurance: The brewery is expanding its quality control lab and hired a second full-time lab technician. "We're definitely focused on quality," Cole says. Barrel-aging: A barrel-aging room will double as a private party room. Sour program: "We're going to expand our sours program quite a bit and barrel aging and that kind of stuff and we're going to start experimenting more," Cole says. "We haven't been able to experiment because we haven't had the capacity." Head Hunter: Head Hunter is killing it in sales in Ohio, Cole says, especially after the brewery opted to release the award-winning IPA in six-packs instead of four-packs. New beer: "We're going to come out with another year-round, lower alcohol, little bit less IBU IPA," Cole hints. He wouldn't tip his hand on specifics, but says it'll likely be around 6 percent and more competitively priced. Sunshine seasonal: He's not sure what will happen with Sunshine Daydream, which is a session IPA. It may become a seasonal brew as opposed to being available year-round. "We've got to keep reinventing ourselves," he says. Job fair: Fat Head's is hiring. Anyone interested can show up at the brewery for an interview. The brewery expects to employ about 125 people at the new site, bringing total employment to more than 300.