Zero One To Open New Location in San Angelo


SAN ANGELO, TX – The former Which Wich building on Koenigheim St. will soon be a taproom and beer garden.

According to the newly released building permit and inspection report for the month of Jun., a $100,000 building permit was approved to build a Zero One Taproom at 59 Koenigheim St.

This location was the former Which Wich building that shut down about a year ago.

Zero One is a staple in downtown San Angelo with their classic alehouse but this location will be more of a hang out spot. Owner off the restaurant, Erik Zobel says that they won't have the full menu that the alehouse has but instead lighter items like sandwich and finger food.

As for the spirits, all alcohol at the location will be made in-house. This means that all beer, wine, and hard ciders will be made by Zero One. Zobel confirmed that no other types of alcohol other than their own will be available for purchase.

The opening date for the location has not been confirmed yet but Zobel is expecting the construction to take around two to three months.

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