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North Richland Hills considers another beer-centric business

Near Southside brewery has seen neighborhood boom since opening in 2015

Macy Moore, co-owner of HopFusion Ale Works, talks about the changes he's seen in the Near Southside neighborhood of Fort Worth since the brewery opened in 2015. Moore said it’s clear the Near Southside has started booming since they opened.
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Macy Moore, co-owner of HopFusion Ale Works, talks about the changes he's seen in the Near Southside neighborhood of Fort Worth since the brewery opened in 2015. Moore said it’s clear the Near Southside has started booming since they opened.

North Richland Hills is getting ready to consider the addition of another tap room.

What’s On Tap, a craft beer cafe and growler shop, wants to open its third location at 6020 Parker Blvd., on the ground floor of The Venue at HomeTown. According to the plans, the space will be roughly 1,346 square feet and will have indoor seating and a patio area.

What’s On Tap currently has two other locations: the original in Highland Village and the second in Keller. According to its website, What’s On Tap has a rotating selection of 36 taps for patrons to taste. People can also choose to fill a growler for purchase to take home.

The North Richland Hills Planning and Zoning Commission will hear the permit for What’s On Tap on Thursday, and afterward the city council will consider the application on May 13.

What’s On Tap follows the latest in North Richland Hill’s push for local breweries and tap rooms to locate in the city. The first one announced, Brutal BeerWorks, was approved last year and False Idol Brewing was approved earlier this year. Keyworth Brewing has also submitted an application.

Carla Jimenez covers breaking business news and commercial retail development. Born and raised in Euless, she took a detour in the Midwest for a few years, but she’s back in the land of football, barbecue and Dr Pepper.
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