Customer Spotlight Series: Gas City Brewing Company
Good beer and good company. What more do you need? At Gas City Brewing Company in Gas City, Indiana, breathing new life into small-town America is all part of the job. To find out how this brewery is helping out their small town of 6,000, we talked with Kirk Morrison, one of the owners, about his part in developing this small-town brewery.
Who Are The People Behind Gas City Brewing?
In 2019, two couples (Scott and Susan Miller and Dennis and Melissa Sample) were searching for a building to start a brewery. Once they found the perfect spot, they decided to take on a couple more partners (Dan and Christine Patton and Kirk Morrison and Tara Eastburn). Dennis had home brewing experience, and the rest of us learned as we went. Today, we are four couples that own and operate Gas City Brewing.
How Does Gas City Brewing Differentiate Themselves From Other Craft Breweries?
Our slogan is 'for the love of craft beer and community' so we will continue to be a responsible and giving member of our small town. As a community-centered business, we hope to revive downtown Gas City and help bring in people and businesses. We want to be the best small-town brewery — a safe and fun place to enjoy fine craft beer. Finally, we want to continue making quality craft beer, constantly improving our product.
How Do You Continue The Community Atmosphere Inside Your Brewery?
At Gas City Brewing, we are family-friendly, with a variety of games and fun activities for all ages. Additionally, when you come in, you will see the owners working. We love to answer questions and take care of the customers personally. Seeing the owners working alongside everyone else helps reinforce our image as a local gathering place.
What Made You Choose Stomp for Your Printed Brewery Essentials?
We were looking for custom coasters, beer can labels, and stickers. Like most small businesses these days, we started by searching the internet and quickly found Stomp! We have stayed because of the customer service, price, and shipping.
- Nashira Edmiston