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A Henderson Brewery to Use Old Bank Vault as Private Tasting Room

A patio, safety deposit boxes, and small batch cider

John Griffith outside out of the bank vault at his Mojave Brewing Company in Henderson.
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Working hard and “late into most evenings” as it pushes towards an announced November debut, the “small but mighty” Mojave Brewing Co. is sharing details of updated plans for its unusual space.

Taking over a section of the vacant Bank of America building at 107 S. Water St., John Griffith is keeping a wall of safety deposit boxes and converting the abandoned bank vault into private tasting space for members of his Founders Club.

Beginning at $200 a year, founders receive a special mug and gain access to the vault and ownership of a safety deposit box “where every month you will find a thank you gift from us to you.”

Neighboring an under construction old-fashioned ice cream shop from locals Anderson Dairy Creamery, the brewery is adding an outdoor patio, pub games, and a frequently evolving menu of small batch ales, lagers, and cider created in-house.

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