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New Brewery and Coffee Shop Heads to Clintonville

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega New Brewery and Coffee Shop Heads to ClintonvilleRenderings provided by Wetstone Beer Co.
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Plans are moving forward to turn the former Clintonville Outfitters building, 2864 N. High St., into a multi-use space. Brewpub Wetstone Beer Co. and a coffee shop are set to open there by the end of the year.

Wetstone is developing its 15-barrel brewhouse in an industrial park off-site, where they’ll host tours and open a small tasting room. Their Clintonville tasting room will be used for their sour beer and barrel aging facility. In the morning, a coffee shop will offer a full espresso bar and cold brew coffee on draft. Local food trucks will be on-site for lunch and dinner.

Renderings of the 1,300 square foot space show plans for large walls of windows and a small patio. Pending a parking variance, the lot will offer seven spaces.

The team behind it all is Jake Borsvold as head brewer, Massie Lawson as president, and Don Cotter as director of operations. Each has worked with a number of local and regional breweries, including BrewDog, Dark Horse, Great Lakes, Lagunitas, Land Grant, and Kindred.

For more information, follow Wetstone on Instagram.

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