Owners of “Beer Tree” brew Chenango Bridge coffee and roaster

Construction crews have begun work on a Chenango Bridge building for a future cafe to be operated by the owners of Beer Tree Brew Co.

The new company will be called Batch Coffee. It will be located at 70 Chenango Bridge Road.

A coffee roasting facility will be set up as part of the new project. The existing building has been gutted and interior renovations are underway. An addition is also to be built.

A cafe and roasting business is to be located in this building on Chenango Bridge Road. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

A cafe and roasting business is to be located in this building on Chenango Bridge Road. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

The cafe will have drive-thru and a patio for outdoor seating.

Construction work on the new business was supposed to start last fall, but was delayed for a few months. Beer Tree partner Brendan Harder said this week that Batch Coffee could open by the end of the summer.

A practice is planned for the future on the Batch Coffee site. Harder said this feature will likely open next year.

The Chenango Bridge building has housed several businesses in the past, including a fitness center and boutique.

A portion of the property that was once occupied by a miniature golf course will be used for parking a café.

The structure “The Crab Shack” must be moved and used for storage at the future Batch café. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

The structure “The Crab Shack” must be moved and used for storage at the future Batch café. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

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