"We are working through the final construction phase and nailing down the menu details," Sean Kanter said in an email to Community Impact Newspaper.
The tap house, pronounced Ounce Tap House, will have 40 taps of craft beer, wine, sake and cider. Beverages will be sold by the ounce, so customers can try multiple craft brews at once. Patrons can order at kiosks or on their phones, and radio-frequency identification cards will keep track of their purchases.
Customers will also be able to choose from a variety of high-end eats; listen to local bands; and play lawn games, such as cornhole and Jenga. www.oztaphouse.com
Marisa Charpentier contributed to this report.