A familiar brewery hoping to brew up new business in Downtown Fresno

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The new owners of Full Circle are hoping you stop by and try their revamped recipes of some old local favorites. (KFSN)

The new owners of Full Circle are hoping you stop by and try their revamped recipes of some old local favorites.

"What we wanted to focus on big time was beer. the quality of beer...the first thing we did was buy new equipment so we could get good consistent clear tasty beer," said Full Circle owner Arthur Moye.

Earlier this year six investors got together to purchase some new shiny equipment and an 87-hundred square foot brewery that's spent 16 years at Ventura and F streets.

"We're at Ventura and 99 all the people who may not even want to go into Fresno are going to pop off from 99 and stop off at the local brewery and we're the first ones there," said Moye.

Right now you can come into Full Circle and order one of their brews, but the eventual goal is to someday bottle the beer and have it available throughout the Central Valley.

"Yeah down the road you want the good beers to end up in the community out in restaurants in bottles so I think when you look at the steps that you want to be certainly that's a step down the road," said Full Circle owner Derek Franks.

Owners hope customers take a liking to their in-house brews with local sounding names.

"We're working on some names and one of them was the '5th' one of them was "Fat" for F-A-T. In theory, we'll have eight to ten beers this is just a very beginning, we have the flagship Cluster Fuggle Cream Ale and the High-Speed Rail Ale and we have an IPA," said Moye.

Full Circle is set for a soft opening Thursday with an official launch on Friday.
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