MMB Client Takes up the Challenge of Converting a Historic Fire Hall into a Taproom

Two recent articles in local press document our client Travis Temke’s ongoing project to convert a historic fire station in St. Paul into a taproom, coffee shop, dining room and banquet hall. The vacant building at 754 Randolph Ave. was once Fire Engine House No. 10, built in 1885 and operating for a century and a quarter until 2010.

Before setting his sights on the location and taking up the challenge of converting it into the working brewery, Travis led the team at Faribault’s F-Town Brewing Co. To find out more about Travis’s vision for the new site and the steps required to turn it into reality, read the articles in Finance & Commerce and the Star Tribune.

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