Three Microbreweries Receive City Planning Board Approval

December 4, 2013 Updated Dec 4, 2013 at 10:13 AM EDT

By Mitch Simon

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Credit: Big Ditch Brewing

Three Microbreweries Receive City Planning Board Approval

December 4, 2013 Updated Dec 4, 2013 at 10:13 AM EDT

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) - Three local microbreweries are celebrating successes after the City of Buffalo Planning Board approved their expansion projects.

Flying Bison Brewery received approval on it's plans to move and expand its operations from Buffalo's Black Rock neighborhood to the Larkin District.The popular craft beer producer wants to renovate a vacant building at 840 Seneca St. into its manufacturing center. It will also include a formal tasting room.

Resurgence Brewing Co. received approval on their plan to renovate a portion of a building at 1250 Niagara St. into a new beer brewery operation and outdoor, patio tasting rooms.

Big Ditch Brewery was the third to receive approval on it's plan to work with Iskalo Development Co. to renovate a portion of a building at 337 Ellicott St. into its craft beer brewing center. The project also includes a tasting room.

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