Jason Algya, left, and Tom Kryzer hope to open Third Place Brewing in downtown Wichita by early summer, which is later than they’d originally planned due to what Algya says is a lengthy licensing process.
Jason Algya, left, and Tom Kryzer hope to open Third Place Brewing in downtown Wichita by early summer, which is later than they’d originally planned due to what Algya says is a lengthy licensing process. File photo The Wichita Eagle
Jason Algya, left, and Tom Kryzer hope to open Third Place Brewing in downtown Wichita by early summer, which is later than they’d originally planned due to what Algya says is a lengthy licensing process. File photo The Wichita Eagle
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Third Place Brewing winds through laborious licensing

February 17, 2016 03:01 PM

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