Mark Borenstein Quoted in The Recorder’s “Tree House Brewing gets pouring, entertainment licenses approved in South Deerfield”
Tree House Brewing has received approval from a Selectboard for an alcohol pouring license and a entertainment license. The permits they applied for will allow them to sell beverages for consumption on the premises and have both indoor and outdoor music and performances. In addition, Tree House Brewing are also awaiting approval from the Planning Board on proposed modifications to their building. The Recorder spoke with Mark Borenstein who is representing Tree House Brewing about these plans.
“A lot of the improvements that are going to be in front of the Planning Board next week pertain to enhanced accessibility,” Borenstein explained. “The building was built in the late ’70s, early ’80s, obviously they had different standards back then, so Tree House is putting in a lot of effort to make sure that this venue is accessible to everyone, regardless of their ability.”
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