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Hairless Hare opened its Vandalia brewery at 738 W. National Road in 2013. It is in the midst of an aggressive expansion project in which the brewery took over the lease of an adjacent tenant, adding more than 3,000 square feet and more than doubling its footprint, Hairless Hare’s owners have said.
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Hairless Hare has already added lunch service as part of the project, which will continue through the end of the year with an expansion of its taproom and the addition of a meadery to be called Black Bird Meadery.
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Hairless Hare will celebrate its fifth anniversary Nov. 10, 2018. Staff file photo by Jim Witmer
The brewery does not have a target completion date yet, but Legg said, “We are working hard to have the whole thing operational by the end of 2019.”