New development coming to Cayce billed as largest brewery in the Midlands

A new development is being built in Cayce after a 2012 fire burned down a recycling center at the site. (WIS)
A new development is being built in Cayce after a 2012 fire burned down a recycling center at the site. (WIS)

CAYCE, SC (WIS) - The City of Cayce announced Wednesday that a building previously damaged in a 2012 fire will house Steel Hands Brewing and the brewery is set to open in the fall.

The brewery is located on Foreman Street and the city hopes that construction will be completed in September and open the following month.

In addition to the brewery operation, the facility will feature a 2500 square foot, 150 seat taproom for guest to purchase beer and food. They will also have outdoor space for live music and planned events. The business plans to operate Thursday – Sunday and create 30 to 40 jobs in the next five years.

"Inspired by the surrounding hard-working industries that have shaped the founding principles of commitment to quality products, Steel Hands Brewing is dedicated to serving the highest quality beer with exceptional consistency," the brewery's website says. "We are an advocate for the local movement, and we aspire to support the community and its organizations."

The fire happened in 2012 on Foreman Street at the site of World Wide Recycling. Charges were filed in relation to the fire due to unfollowed safety procedures during the burn.

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