These are the buildings when they were purchased. The one with the green awnings will be our tap room and the one to the left of it will be the brewery.
Looking from brewery up Main Street.
There was a Mexican restaurant in this building before. We have ripped out most everything
Took the awning fabric off, it was gross and torn. Ordered material to make new ones.
Scraping the paint off, there is brown, green, orange, blue, and white layers. Super gross.
Back of building before any construction. The ugly peach color is the back of the brewery and the even uglier orange and green on the left is the back of the tap room.
This beer garden looks super funky but there is room for potential. We will start that project next spring.
Back of brewery during construction. Added concrete loading ramp and fancy roll up door.
The brewery was some weird tool pawn shop or something, all this was torn out to leave a concrete shell for the brewery.
This is the inside of the brewery after the concrete has been cut for the drains.
We went for a hike nearby and found a ton of morel mushrooms. Here is the view.
July 18th, 2016. Epoxy finally on brewery floor, Boris chilling on it. I know it seems like we are not updating this page very often. So much is going on but it doesn’t really look like it so I don’t post many photos. From this picture you can see we are getting necessities like lights and such, pretty exciting stuff. Tanks and equipment are supposed to be delivered August 1st.
This is a picture from Adrianne Vest, from a biking trip on the Hiawatha bike path yesterday. Awesome trip!
Outside finally painted. Still need awnings and sign put up.
Finally something in the brewery part. Here is our boiler.
Back of the building looking a lot better. We probably won’t start working on the beer garden until next Spring.
Ashley’s dad found these redwood slabs to use as our bar top. They are amazing!
We have a ton of sanding to do this week.
Here is the bar with the first coat of finish.
Finally, brewhouse was delivered.
Got our coasters!
Hanging of letters and awnings.
November 11, 2016
The ceiling installation.
This the back bar we found in Kellogg to use. The picture is not very good but it is beautiful. Made in Kellogg in 1910.
This is the front of the bar under the bar top.
This is the end of one of the bars, we are incorporating radios throughout the interior.
We have kegs!
The lighting above the bar. Fred did a great job!
Sighting of Radio Brewing sticker in White Fish, Montana.