Cayce’s Steel Hands Brewing looking for art to display
Calling all Cayce Area Artists. Steel Hands Brewing in Cayce announced last week that it is hosting an Artist Competition. Your work could be permanently displayed at the Brewery. The brewery is also giving away prizes.
If you are interested in submitting art visit the Steel Hands Brewing website. You can information on rules and eligibility. The deadline for registering is Aug. 15. The brewery’s owners, when ground was broken for it in March, said much of the area’s history will be commemorated in the project.
Steel Hands Brewing is being built at 2350 Foreman St. in Cayce. The business is expected to be completed in the fall.
The brewery operation will consist of a 10,000-sq-ft. facility on a four-acre parcel. The building will have a 2,500-sq.ft. tasting and taproom with 150 seats; an outdoor gathering space; a restaurant; and support space with room for expansion in the future. Expected production capacity is 10,000 bottles of beer annually. There will be parking spaces too.
Steel Hands Brewing is described as a revitalization project and will serve as an anchor for future hospitality developments. It is expected to bring 30-to-40 new jobs. The owners are Darryl Frick, Scott Lambert and Brooks Smarr. The site of the brewery is across from CMC steel.
According to a press release, the project will be one of the largest of its kind in the Midlands in the region and will function as a full-service venue for businesses, community members, planned gatherings, festivals and other social events.