New companies coming to Douglass Loop, Ten20 Craft Brewery formally opens third location | Enterprise
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New companies coming to Douglass Loop, Ten20 Craft Brewery formally opens third location | Enterprise

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — After two long-standing staples of the Douglass Loop closed, new enterprise ventures are actually opening this fall. 

Ten20 Craft Brewery formally opened its third taproom with its latest location on Bardstown Street on Friday. The house beforehand housed Heine Brothers’.

The brewery plans to have pizza from MozzaPi, rotating espresso choices from native espresso outlets, together with snack and drinks from different eateries.

Jim McGuire, a part of the TEN20 possession group, likes the placement of the brewery’s second satellite tv for pc faucet room.

“It is an awesome type of mixture of simply plenty of completely different folks, it is a vibrant a part of the Highlands, plenty of people reside and work up right here,” McGuire stated. “It appears like a hub, it is nice to be right here.”

Ten20 shall be open 3 to 10 p.m. on Mondays by Thursdays, and lengthen its hours on weekends. On Fridays it will likely be open 3 to 11 p.m., midday to 11 p.m. on Saturdays and midday to 10 p.m. on Sundays.

Beginning in November, Ten20 will open at 7 a.m. within the mornings for espresso.

“We could be a group house for this neighborhood all through the day,” McGuire stated.

Dad’s Espresso is a espresso store that was based by 4 members of the family this 12 months. It plans to open subsequent month within the house that beforehand housed Breadworks on Dundee Street.

Dad's Coffee

Dad’s Espresso on Dundee Street.

The creation of the espresso store began on a whim. Paul Wathen, who’s a co-owner, stated the concept began when he and his spouse, Lucy, who can also be a co-owner, had an thought about beginning a espresso store.

Matt Grammer, Wathen’s brother-in-law and now co-owner of Dad’s Espresso, instructed Wathen in regards to the vacated Breadworks house.

“We had a enterprise proposal and we talked to the owner and type of moved on it, so it actually got here out of the blue,” Wathen stated. “We did not count on to be opening a espresso store a month and a half later.”

The house is presently present process renovations because the espresso store prepares to open.

Wathen says the espresso store to showcase native distributors. They’re partnering with Quill’s Espresso to create a home mix, together with International Tea Firm for tea.

Wathan has lived within the space for years, and did not wish to see a nationwide chain transfer right into a spot identified for native companies.

“It actually has an area homey really feel to it, there’s a number of foot visitors,” Wathen stated. “It is a very nice local people that we actually like being part of.”

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