Alexandria's -- the state's newest nanobrewery -- opens at 4 p.m. today (Friday) in Findlay. But if you're in the mood to try their house beers, you'll have to wait a little bit. The brewpub has purchased a small Psycho Brew system that hasn't arrived yet. General manager Jacob Rowland said it might be another month before Alexandria's own beer is on tap. "We're looking at three to four house beers on tap at a time," he said. In the meantime, the restaurant has 36 taps and will focus on American craft beers, he said. Rowland added that the brewpub wants to work closely with local homebrewers and serve as a "community brewhouse" down the road. What's that mean? Well, Alexandria's will be happy to turn its Psycho Brew system over to an accomplished homebrewer to make a special batch for the brewpub, he said. One of the owners is also affiliated with the Rochester Mills Beer Co. in Rochester, Mich., Rowland said. Alexandria's is in a former warehouse built in the late 1800s, he said. There's even a vintage, working 12-lane bowling alley on the second floor. Alexandria's doesn't have a website yet, but you can check out its Facebook page by clicking here.