High Voltage Indoor Karting in Medina has filed for a state brewing permit.
But Tim Obert, one of the managers, said there are no definite plans or timetable for launching a brewery.
"It's just something we want to have in our back pocket," he said Monday. (Feb. 11)
High Voltage offers indoor electric karting in a 40,000-square-foot building at 333 Foundry St. — with the track winding outside during better weather. The karts can go as fast as 50 mph, but don't hit that top speed at High Voltage because of the track.
“As we look at future plans, our building is quite large. Just trying to figure out what else to do with the building," Obert said.
The business, which has been open since March 2015, started serving beer in November. Obert said High Voltage keeps watch to make sure that people aren't drinking and driving karts.
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