The homeowner, a craft beer enthusiast, wanted to be able to create and brew ales. Additionally, he wanted a method of discreet delivery of these homebrews to his guests (in other words, he wanted to use the bar’s tap for his handcrafted brews).
Adjacent to the bar, behind double swing restaurant doors, is the home brewery (interior of this area not pictured by request) is complete with all necessary brewing capabilities. In the brewing room, within a large walk-in refrigerator, the magic of this home brewery begins. Running behind the walls and under the concrete slab, air-lines, regulators, and countless couplers, lines, and suppliers work together to deliver hand-crafted beverages to one of the six taps.
The stained glass, aged wood, mercury glass, hand-polished bar top, and a dark, almost brooding and ominous presence complete this true-to-form recreation of a classic taproom bar.