USA, WY: Frontier Brewing Company applies for microbrewery license for its new location
Frontier Brewing Company has applied for a new microbrewery license that it plans to use at its new downtown Casper location inside of the former Fox III Theater, the Oil City News reported on April 5.
The Casper City Council will look to set April 19 as the public hearing date for consideration of the request from Brewstory, LLC (which does business as Frontier Brewing Company) for a new microbrewery license, according to a memo from city staff included in the councils work packet. The fee for a microbrewery license is $500 and there is not a limit on the number of this type of liquor license that the city can issue.
Saturday, April 1 marked the final day for Frontier at its original 117 E. Second St. location as the brewery prepares to move a block over into the former theater space located at 150 W. Second St.
Frontier general manager Asia Eisenbraun said that phase one for the brewerys plans at the new location include opening space in what was the lobby and one theater inside the former Fox. In phase two, the second theater inside the space will be renovated into a sports bar that may include a pop-up stage to host musicians.
Eisenbraun said that the possibilities are endless for the third theater and remaining space as a whole.
Frontier was Caspers only local craft beer brewery and tap room when it opened in 2017. Since then, five breweries have opened and more are in the works.
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