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Buzz Bomb Brewing Joins Local Craft Beer Market
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The newest entry in the local craft-brewery market — BUZZ BOMB BREWING CO. — is expected to open this fall in downtown Springfield
Springfield residents and longtime friends Bill Larson, Josh Flanders, Benjie Gines and Curt Armstrong purchased the former Oasis lounge building, 406 E. Adams St., in late 2016 and began renovation of the more-than-100-year-old structure in January. Plans are for a September or October opening.
All of the partners have day jobs. The brewing business, they say, grew out of a longtime craft-beer hobby that up to now has been mostly for family and friends.
“We brew 15 gallons, and we give probably 12 gallons away to our friends,” said Larson. “We’re doing 90 percent of the (renovation) work ourselves. When someone walks in, we don’t just make the beer. Brewers are very DIY (do-it-yourself) types.”
Flanders said the partners preferred a downtown site, but that they considered a number of locations around the community.
“We wanted to do a taproom, ideally in an older building, where we’re going for an older, industrial feel,” said Flanders. “Downtown is where you find that. We’re looking to have a community, to be a destination. There’s some nice places on the west side, but you don’t have that sense of community.”
There will be no on-site food preparation, though the partners plan to work with downtown restaurants for delivery. Taprooms are planned on the first and second floors. There also will be a small stage on the second floor for entertainment.
The name, Buzz Bomb Brewery, is taken from a focus on honey-based mead beers, though a variety of other beers will be brewed. Work continues on the website, www.buzzbombbrewingco.com. The business also is on Facebook, www.facebook.com/buzzbombbrewingco.
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