Breweries in most places were traditionally in industrial sections of town. When laws changed and they had the opportunity to open a tap room, they were created by carving out a section of the production brewery, putting in some taps, a bar and some stools. Tap room opened. For breweries that started after the law changes, the dynamic changed and they built their taprooms as the center piece. Thought was given to how welcoming the space can be. How will people feel when they visit. It can be a place where people can be social with one another and generate a sense of community. That’s the feeling you will get when you visit Death of the Fox. Plus there’s something different. The smell of coffee greets you when you walk in. In addition to being a brewery, Death of the Fox is also a coffee house.
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