A brand new faucet room situated in a former railroad warehouse in downtown Dayton’s Webster Station Historic District is opening to the general public tomorrow.
“Of us, thanks a lot on your pleasure and your persistence throughout this lengthy haul of organising our restaurant, bar, and brewery,” Little Fish Brewing Firm mentioned in a publish on its Facebook page. “It’s been fairly the undertaking for us, and we’re so blissful to have a couple of mushy openings below our belt, to work with all the brand new Little Fish worker household, and to get to see all you individuals who got here out to the occasions.
The faucet room will open Friday, Sept. 2 with restricted hours and a smaller menu, the publish mentioned.
A grand opening is deliberate for Saturday, Sept. 17.
Jimmy Stockwell, co-founder of Little Fish Brewing Co., beforehand informed Dayton.com he hopes the faucet room, that includes excessive ceilings, uncovered brick and design components from space artists, will grow to be a group hub within the Dayton space.
Stockwell defined Dayton craft beer lovers are almost definitely already conversant in their model. Little Fish Brewing Co. has distributed beer to craft beer-centric bars, breweries and bottle retailers within the space.
He mentioned one of many causes they selected Dayton for the second location was attributable to their merchandise being effectively obtained within the space.
Little Fish Brewing Co. is thought for its barrel-aged bitter beers. Stockwell mentioned additionally they have IPAs, smoked beers, stouts and lagers.
The Dayton faucet room will characteristic about 20 beers on faucet in addition to a seltzer or ginger ale. Visitors may also have the choice to order meals from their farm-to-table kitchen idea.
Hours for the faucet room are 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday, Sept. 2, Saturday, Sept. 3 and Wednesday, Sept. 7 by way of Sunday, Sept. 11. The kitchen will shut at 10 p.m., in keeping with the publish. The faucet room will keep open till 1 a.m. with the kitchen closing at midnight on Saturday, Sept. 17.
Little Fish Brewing Co. was based in 2015 by Athens natives Stockwell and Sean White. Their mission is to brew world class beer whereas sustainably supporting native economies. A number of of their beers use one hundred pc Ohio grown elements.
For extra details about Little Fish Brewing Co., situated at 116 Webster Avenue, go to www.littlefishbrewing.com. or their Facebook page (@littlefishbrewing).
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Natalie Jones is an All Media Journalist with Dayton.com specializing in meals and eating, popular culture and life-style. She is a Wright State College graduate with over six years of expertise within the media discipline.