The former Spokane Public Market building at 32 W. 2nd Ave in Downtown Spokane is about to get an exciting new tenant for the now largely empty historic building just to the East of the main Downtown core.
A portion of the large brick building will be soon be filled by a business incubator specifically for the insanely fast growing micro brewing industry . The new business seems to not have a confirmed name as of now, although the main brewery behind the project lists their location as being inside " The Incubator ".
The Incubator will provide beer brewing equipment which will be shared by multiple tenant breweries. In addition to sharing the brewery space, the incubator tenants will also be placed on tap in a planned on site tap room.
While the project may include many microbreweries, two have been confirmed to be planned for the site so far. They are-
Young Buck Brewing-
Young Buck Brewing is planning to open in the fall of this year.
Ponderosa Brewing Company
No website can be found at post time for this new business. No known opening date as of now...
The tap room at The Incubator will also feature a few other local beers on tap as well a menu of appetizers.
Spokane Public Market closed it's doors earlier this year and while at it's closure it was mentioned that the Market may someday re-open at another location. However to date there has been not even a hint of this happening. One vendor, a BBQ vendor, however is planning a new restaurant in Spokane Valley with a on site market that may include some of the Public Market's vendors.