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Alpine brewery grant receives initial approval

Alpine brewery grant receives initial approval

A request from the town of Alpine for a Business Committed Grant has been approved by the Wyoming Business Council at a May 29 meeting in Laramie

Alpine requested a $2,949,425 Business Committed grant to construct a 20,000 square foot building and utility extensions for the expansion of Melvin Brewing, according to information provided by the business council.

Melvin Brewing has been working with the town of Alpine and the business council on the grant application in the past year.

With initial approval coming from the council, the grant application will go  before the Wyoming State Land and Investment Board on June 19  in Cheyenne for final approval.
As part of the grant application process for the brewery the Town of Alpine hosted a public hearing in January.

“This is a project that will bring 30 plus employees to the town over the next four years,” Alpine Mayor Kennis Lutz told the Star Valley Independent earlier this year. “If we can create another 30 jobs and get some more people to move into town then more businesses and services will follow and that will bring more people.”


Alpine brewery grant receives initial approval

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