Payette Brewing Co. opened its new $4.5 million headquarters just off River Street near the Boise Greenbelt, and the taproom opened earlier this month.

The brewery is the largest one in Idaho and will potentially put out 40,000 barrels of handcrafted beer a year. The 200-seat taproom is where you will find a lineup of 20 draught brews on any given day.

It's the perfect time of year to hang out on the patio and watch runners and bikers stroll by on the Greenbelt.

The brewery will rely on a steady flow of food trucks to feed customers. Payette Brewing founder, Mike Francis, said he has no intention of jumping into the restaurant game.

Payette Brewing’s original taproom in Garden City will remain open, at least for now. The new location, at 733 S. Pioneer St., is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day.