Flip Side Brewery was an addition to an existing restaurant that had been closed for several years. The owners planned on re-opening the restaurant as a micro-brewery. The primary scope of the project was to design an addition to contain the brewing equipment. Some remodeling of the restaurant interior and an exterior beer garden were also included.
The existing building was stucco with a ‘Mediterranean-ish’ red tile roof. The main bar area was octagon-shaped and capped by a very large cupola. The design for the Flip Side Brewery addition picked up on some of the angles of the octagon but was much more industrial in character, reflecting the brewing process inside. Large expanses of glass were to allow the public to see into the brewery from both the parking lot and rear beer garden. A functioning grain silo was to sit at the corner, providing an opportunity for signage. The predominant material of the addition was to be galvanized corrugated metal with an aluminum framed storefront window system.
- Date Published: Never Completed
- Categories: Commercial
- Client: Flip Hospitality and Entertainment