USA, IL: Stunt Brewing gets preliminary approval to launch in Glenview
There may soon be a new spot to grab a beer in Glenview. Resident Steven Ha, who currently operates Boba Club at 1825 Waukegan Road, is looking to turn that business into a 19-seat craft brewery and taproom for Stunt Brewing, Patch.com reported on October 22.
Following approval from the Glenview Plan Commission last month, the Glenview Village Board gave preliminary approval to a conditional use. The conditional use is necessary for Stunt Brewing to operate in the B-2 General Business District. Final approval is scheduled to be considered Nov. 5.
The proposed brewery and taproom will include food service. It will be closed to the public on Mondays and Tuesdays for brewing. Hours during the pandemic will be 3-10 p.m. Wednesday-Friday, noon-1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Jeff Brady, director of community development, said at Tuesday's Village Board meeting that the owners have not set an opening date with some remodeling work needed.
In the meeting's agenda packet, Stunt Brewing describes itself as "aiming to shock and awe with beers huge in flavor and big in body, pushing the palette with small experimental batch brews. Always offering something new, awesome and even wild."
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