Fall River Is One Step Closer To Having A Waterfront Microbrewery
Want to enjoy a craft beer while taking in the amazing views of the Fall River waterfront? That could be happening sooner than you think at Borden Light Marina.
According to Fall River Development News, Canned Heat Craft Beer Company has officially filed their application for a pouring permit as well a farmer brewery license.
The folks behind the beer company told the Fall River Herald back in December that they plan to have their small batch brews available on site at the 52 Ferry Street location as well as in area liquor stores and "hopefully" onsite for pouring.
That will be decided when a hearing on the application happens February 21st at 5:30 p.m. in the first floor hearing room at One Government Center.
Construction is already happening at Borden Light Marina with the front part of the building having been removed as well as a concrete wall that separated the land from Ferry St.
If things go Canned Heat's way, expect to have unobstructed views of Mount Hope Bay and the Braga Bridge as you enjoy a tasty craft beer on the planned 528 square foot patio.
The company also hopes to do tastings, bring food trucks in and even have festivals on the brewery site.
If things go according to plan, Canned Heat Craft Beer Co could be open as early as April 1.