A Binghamton craft brewer making preparations to set up a new tap room and manufacturing site in the city's First Ward.

Galaxy Brewing Company is planning to relocate to the site abandoned by E.H. Titchener and Company on Clinton Street, just west of Murray Street.

An entity controlled by Isaac Anzaroot acquired the property in December 2017. The owner's representatives outlined the proposed project during city planning commission meeting Monday.

Mark Parker of Keystone Associates discussed plans for the new Galaxy Brewing Company facility on April 8, 2019. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

The new Galaxy Brewing facility would include a tap room, a game room and a large area for brewing equipment.

Plans also call for an outside patio area, which was described as "sort of like a beer garden." It also would include space for a food truck and off-street parking.

The new Galaxy Brewing Company tap room would be located in this section of the old Titchener complex. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

Michael and Seth Weisel opened Galaxy Brewing at 41 Court Street in downtown Binghamton in August 2013. Its restaurant operation closed at the end of December as the owners decided to focus on producing beer. The tasting room on Court Street remains open.

The planning commission scheduled a public hearing on the First Ward project for next month.

Plans developed by Keystone Associates for the Galaxy Brewing project in the First Ward. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

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