Craft beer gets a new home in Rapid City

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RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA TV) - After months of preparation, on June 1 Dakota Point Brewing joined the number of business that reside in the Landstrom's building in Rapid City.

The brewery is one of many in the area, but stands apart featuring traditional British, Irish, Scottish and American ales.

Even though much of the inspiration might come from overseas, co-founder Neal Schlottman says the building is rooted in history.

"The original building here was built by what is now Black Hills Energy in 1928, and it was actually a power plant. Our tap room is actually where the substation portion of the power plant was, and we've actually got drawing on the wall that show the original building," he said.