BUILDING BOOM CONTINUES IN MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS AS FAT HEAD’S BREWERY CELEBRATES GRAND OPENING.

On Monday, August 20, 2018, Fat Head’s Brewery in Middleburg Heights officially opened its doors after the ceremonial ribbon-cutting by Mayor Gary W. Starr, Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish, Ohio Representative Martin J. Sweeney, Matt Cole – Fat Head’s Master Brewer and Glenn Benigni, founder of Fat Head’s.

The new Fat Head’s facility in Middleburg Heights offers an experience like no other in the region and has already won a number of awards and recognitions, and is sure to make Middleburg Heights a tourist destination.

As with all new construction projects in our City, it begins in the Mayor’s office with our staff setting the construction and design standards for the building and the site.   This project reflects a $20 million dollar investment in the City of Middleburg Heights.   It will create over 80 new jobs, in addition to the 40 Fat Head’s employees currently working in Middleburg Heights.

Middleburg Heights today is experiencing a building boom of over $100 million dollars of new construction projects – ranging from Fat Head’s Brewery and Restaurant, Resident Inn by Marriott and a new $7.5 million dollar, 21st century library that we celebrated with a ribbon cutting a few weeks back, and our new central park. – just to name a few.

“What I and the City accomplished in the Fat Head’s $20 million dollar project, is a classic text-book public/private partnership of our City, Armond Budish and the County, State Government and businessmen like Matt and Glenn of Fat Head’s and Ken Sacks of Harsax Management”.  stated Mayor Starr.  “With new construction projects comes the opportunity for new jobs, including restaurant, hospitality, medical, and tourism for the city of Middleburg Heights”.

Please click here for the video of the Fat Head’s ribbon cutting ceremony.

Please click here for the Cleveland.com article.