Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Microbrewery Wins Case, Will Operate in Clayton

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Microbrewery Wins Case, Will Operate in Clayton

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A microbrewery has received a permit to operate in Clayton after winning a court case against a neighborhood protest.

The Custom Brew Haus obtained the permit from Clayton on Friday as a result of a decision Wednesday by Circuit Judge Kenneth M. Romines, said Paul Puricelli, attorney for the microbrewery.

The decision ended a dispute before the Clayton City Council over the proposal for a microbrewery in the former MC Sporting Goods store at 6701 Clayton Road, across from the Esquire Theatre.

"We've picked up our permit," Puricelli said Saturday. He said he expected that the owners of the microbrewery, John and Nancy Ross and Jeff Altvater, "will crank it up" and get construction started.

Puricelli said a requirement of the permit was that no odor would emanate from the business. "That is not a problem," he said. mtne

Puricelli said Romines had ruled that the protest petition failed to represent the owners of at least 30 percent of the land area within 185 feet of the microbrewery. …

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