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Hasseman Brewing getting closer to opening

By Josie Sellers josie @ coshoctoncountybeacon . com
COSHOCTON – Hasseman Brewing will soon be a place where you can grab a cold craft beer and learn a little about Coshocton ’ s history .
When the downtown brewery opens you will find on tap : Whitewoman ’ s Blonde Ale , Mad Marshall IPA , 1811 Ale and Blackbear Stout .
“ We will have everything covered from light beer all the way to stout and in-between ,” said Kirby Hasseman .
He , Jason Given and Patrick Clark are partners in the business that will be located at 117 S . Sixth St .
“ I was a hobby brewer and enjoy craft beer ,” Hasseman said . “ One day after a long ride I decided nothing happens until you take action and decided it was time to try opening a brewery . All three of us are passionate about Coshocton County and I think going forward this is going to be good for Coshocton . This will give people a place for social interaction and the craft beer industry is exploding right now . Plus I think small businesses are going to help revitalize Coshocton .”
Given agrees with Hasseman . “ I think it ’ s important to bring businesses back to Main Street and this could kind of be the heart of that and spark an interest in other entrepreneurs ,” Given said .
The space they have is also very “ cool ” as Hasseman stated .
The location has a very industrial feel to it and space for several seating options . “ It ’ s going to be a fun , laid-back place ,” Given said . The trio plans to have musical entertainment and while they will not serve food , Hasseman said they have visions of partnering with local restaurants or having a food truck located right outside the brewery .
Plans are starting to come together , but they can ’ t set an opening date until they receive their state license .
“ You can ’ t apply for your state license until you have your federal license ,” Given said . “ We have our federal one and are just waiting to hear on the state one .”
In the meantime everyone is helping get the brewery ready for a summertime opening .
“ All the owners and their families are pitching in ,” Hasseman said . “ We ’ d like to hire a brewer sometime and some servers , but we want to start small .”
For more on Hasseman Brewing , visit www . hassemanbrewing . com or like them on Facebook .

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Antique Tractor Show to be held at county fairgrounds

By Jen Jones
COSHOCTON - The Coshocton County Antique Power Association will be having its 10th Annual Antique Tractor show on July 8 and 9 at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds . This event is free and everyone is invited .
The flag raising ceremony and the National Anthem will start the show at 9 a . m . on Saturday . The show will be open 9 a . m . – 6 p . m . each day . This year , the Ohio 2 Cylinder Club was invited to participate and 70-80 tractors will be on display . Most tractors will be from the 1930 ’ s to the “ modern ” age of 1960 ’ s . John Deere began the “ new generation ” tractors in the 1960 ’ s when they manufactured tractors that were 4-6 cylinders instead of 2 . “ These tractors don ’ t putt along like the old ones do ,” said Sam Wyler , secretary of the club .
At 1 p . m . on Sunday , there will be a kids ’ pedal tractor pull . Ridgewood Young Farmers will be providing the equipment for the children and it is free to all children , aged 6 – 12 . McCoy ’ s Real BBQ and Pit Stop Creamery will be available for food purchase during the show .
For more information , you can call Sam Wyler at 740-545-7792 .
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