Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Station 101 Taproom Planned For Auto Repair Site In Milford

There are many reasons to be thankful for good places to eat and drink in Milford.  Restaurants are popping up all over the place and now there is one more to add to the list that is focused on the craft beer side of the business.

Owners Chip Pollard and Gage Perry are planning to turn the old gas station at 193 Union Square (next to Riverhouse restaurant) into a taproom to be named Station 101. They will repurpose the space and plan to save as much of the historical pieces of the property as possible.  Any changes would be minor to include an overhang, fake gas pumps, and non-functioning air machines.  There are 10 parking spaces.  

The business would have a taproom and offer a small menu along with outdoor seating.  There is no kitchen planned so they are getting creative and may use nearby restaurants to supply what they need for food. 

NH Reviews stopped by for a look and although there were no signs up the appearance of the beginning of a renovation was present.  Inside, walls have been torn down, ladders are visible, and paint cans present.  

We hope residents and restaurants can band together and support what these guys are trying to do for the town.