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Leading the Charge

Black Pony owners hope April opening sparks Downtown revitalization

MARYVILLE, Mo. — The Four Horsemen are riding into Maryville and with them they’re bringing brews, food and rooms.

Local residents Kent Yount, Stephanie Campbell and Brandon and Jen Jensen formed Four Horsemen Properties LLC to redevelop the property at 101 E. Fourth St. and offer the community a new option for dining, entertainment and even a place to stay.

Kent Yount and Brandon Jensen, just two of owners involved in The Four Horsemen Properties LLC are shown at the site of what will become Black…

The Black Pony Brewery, at the site of what was formerly The Hub at 104 E. Fourth St., will benefit from a Chapter 353 tax abatement program t…

The kitchen will sit at about the center of the building on the main floor of Black Pony Brewing Co. In the front of the building, will be a b…

Black Pony Brewing Company owner Brandon Jensen looks at the third floor of the building site last Friday. As of Monday, he said a lot already…

Kent Yount and Brandon Jenson look around the second floor of the structure last week. Both offered thanks to the many Northwest Missouri Stat…

Owner Kent Yount looks at the arched window on the south side of the building that will house Black Pony Brewing Company. With two square wind…

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