When Jordan Serulneck left the navy, he knew he wanted to combine his passion for beer with his experiences abroad.
"We wanted to produce this like beer garden experience that I noticed was everywhere all over the planet," Serulneck said.
He and his friend Josh Divers started Seven Sirens Brewing company.
"This has been two years in the making. A lot of long nights, early mornings, meeting, but it's been a fun journey," Divers said.
A former parking garage will become a brand-new 7,000-square-foot brewery, with cool features like accordion doors, an Irish bar and an indoor drive through window for food trucks.
Aaron Nelson, a former combat veteran, is the marketing director.
"We don't have a kitchen but we're gonna have rotating food trucks at all times," Nelson said. "I just got home from the military. I just moved back. And I was like this sounds awesome let's do this."
"We're gonna have 20 taps. 2 nitros. We're gonna have a barrel aging programs downstairs," Divers said.
This is just phase 1.
"We wanted to find a spot where we can grown under one roof. Or on top of the roof," Divers said.
Phase 2 includes an elevator that will take you to the roof deck.
"There's a lot of things that you don't see around here. That's just because people haven't been exposed to it," Serulneck said.
They're waiting for a building permit from the city.
"We're not in beer industry, we're not in the food industry, we're in the human connection industry," Serulneck said.
We can all raise a glass to that.