Kruse has more than a decade in the restaurant industry and was ready to start the restaurant in 2020. It took more than a year to bring this space to life. “We got the plans in the day of the shutdown. We basically did what we could within our limits, but we weren’t able to get the thumbs up or permits from the city for a good 9-10 months,” Kruse said.
The bar has formed partnerships with restaurants to give food options to customers and stay open. Board games and video games can be found inside. They serve California and local beers, wine and other drinks.
“We’ve been offering food options from Casa Corona, Vivda Be Bowl’d, our Filipino cuisine neighbor Jowli, Me N Ed’s is right next door to us,” said Janice Keith, manager. “We have a lot of options, but we’re really trying to create partnerships with them because we know what they went through.” Kruse and four partners came together to start the unique taproom at Herndon and Cedar Avenues.
They are a Fresno-based business created by local residents with a passion for brews and good conversation. Industry tap union serves up beers and more seven days a week starting at 3:00 pm. The taproom honors those in the service industry and unions, hoping to be a place for everyone.
“It was definitely a labor of love, and we definitely felt supported the whole time,” Kruse said. While waiting, three of the partners lost a loved one. Through their heartache, they dug in deep and went to work, renovating the building.
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