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Missoula City Council Approves Permit For New Microbrewery

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Missoula is one step closer to getting a new microbrewery.

City council unanimously voted Monday night to approve a permit for a new microbrewery to open on West Broadway.

Back in April, One Nation Brewery signed a buy-sell agreement on the property on the Clark Fork River, across the street from the Poverello Center. Now that city council approved the permit, the owners are set to open the new brewery at the end of the year.

The Missoula Redevelopment Agency is working with One Nation to help provide parking spaces and a path to and from the river to accommodate people recreating on the water

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