The two-year-old brewery that took over the former Rogness Brewing space in Pflugerville is doing well and continuing to grow, according to its two owners, but they hope to sell the business.


Adam Caudill and Matt Barker, who met through their mutual loves of flying and homebrewing, released a statement on Facebook on Tuesday to address the rumors that have been swirling about the future of Flying Man Brewing.


"Due to unexpected events beyond our control, we are entertaining the idea of selling our company," according to the statement. "This is an opportunity to start a turnkey brewery for someone and it is our deepest hope to see this location continue to produce beer and thrive."


In an email, Caudill said he and Barker are looking for an owner for the brewery and possibly the building as well, which they own. The brewery has a 30-barrel brewhouse and other equipment that was included on a real estate sales site that was linked to this week on social media, spurring the rumors the Flying Man statement referenced.


"The business is doing well and continuing to grow very nicely," Caudill said in the email. "There are several residential developments going in nearby and our taproom traffic is increasing every week. Unfortunately for myself I have other business interests that require my full attention, and I must step aside from the brewery."


The statement on Facebook noted that it’ll be business as usual at Flying Man, and all scheduled events through the end off the year — as well as food and and beer to go — will continue to happen.


Flying Man Brewing, which underwent a can redesign earlier this year, is located at 2400 Patterson Industrial Dr., Pflugerville. For more information, visit flyingmanbrewing.com.