The brewery has applied for $200,000 in tax incentives from Metro and state government to help with $1.7 million in expansion costs. The expanded operations would mean ten new jobs at opening and 20 jobs within five years, according to documents from the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority.
The expansion will "include multiple locations within Louisville," according to KEDFA, including an industrial building at 1800 Northwestern Parkway in Portland.
A call to the owners of Against the Grain -- Jerald Roy Gnagy, Andrew Christian Ott, Nicholas Adam Watson, all of Louisville; and Samuel Jose Cruz, of Crandall, Ind. -- was not immediately returned Thursday.Copyright 2014 WDRB News. All rights reserved.