Most interesting thing? Generational change at the DAB. Justin, on the right, is now a member of the advisory board that oversees urban renewal funding downtown. That's great to see.Hello. We're Jesse & Justin. We own Archive. pic.twitter.com/J8suqInCSp— Archive Coffee & Bar (@archivesalem) May 3, 2015
In the minutes for the last meeting were also references to two brewing emporia. (Maybe someone has published this news already? But it doesn't seem to be out there yet.)
|The alley was earlier this year the site of a food truck kerfuffle|
see Hinessight for one take on it
Information on this one is less developed, but it looks like in the Electric Apartments (249 Liberty NE), just one door north of Kraftworks, Frontier Ale is going to open - but one permit application with the City says Frontier Cider. (I didn't see an OLCC permit yet - but perhaps you know otherwise?)
Gilgamesh, Santiam, and Wandering Aengus have already tried downtown locations - but you'd think at least one brewer would be able to find a good site and a foothold sometime. It's great folks are still trying and hopefully both of them will succeed this time.
Meeting agenda and packet is here.
The Board meets Thursday the 27th, from 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm in the Kalapuya Conference Room, 295 Church Street, Ste 201.
Hmmm--> 1959 CIDER COMPANY 249 LIBERTY ST NE #140, SALEM— Karla (@KandN) September 11, 2015