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    Noble Beast Brewing Co—Cleveland Native Opens Latest Local Craft Brewery

    Noble Beast Brewing LLC is a new local craft ale brewery and taproom in Downtown Cleveland that repurposed a previously shuttered 4,800 square-foot, light industrial building at 1468 Lakeside Avenue directly across from the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
     
    The grand opening is scheduled for Saturday, May 27th at 11am! The brewery will include a 100-seat taproom and will feature a small restaurant serving craft beer produced on-site. Noble Beast Brewing will also distribute its micro-brews to local restaurants and bars.
     
    Chef James Redford, who left Spice Catering to partner with owner Shaun Yasaki, will manage and operate the 300-square-foot kitchen with a focus on farm-to-table menu offerings.
     
    The building the brewery resides in was previously occupied by Brinks Armored Transport followed by a mechanics garage which vacated and left the building with a boarded up storefront for many years. With the brewery’s adaptive re-use renovations, the high ceilings of the building are perfect for the tall stainless steel fermenters and walk-in cooler directly behind the bar housing the finished product from which the beer will flow directly to the taps.


    Noble Beast recently was listed first as one of Cleveland's Best  Restaurants of 2017 by Thrillist.
     
    In 2016, Noble Beast received a Municipal Small Business Initiative Program recoverable grant and a Neighborhood Retail Assistance Program loan to assist with and leverage total project costs of $780,000. The City of Cleveland was proud to assist this minority-owned business as well as helping in the repurposing of an underutilized industrial building