Watch Your Step
It’s starting to look like we’re on an archaeological expedition at the brewery. There’s a maze of holes neatly cut into the concrete floor and huge piles of dirt everywhere.
No, we aren’t starring in an episode of “Bones”. Since water doesn’t drain up we have to dig down to lay the network of pipes that will ferry water around the brewery and tap room.
The plumbers will finish laying the pipes and have their work inspected by the City. Then the mason will come back to fill in the holes with concrete.
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Looking good. Cannot wait ’til you are serving some fine brews.
Looking forward to the first pint! We are your thirsty neighbors!
We already have Wooden Hill marked as a conference room on our Outlook.
Regards, Your ARKRAY neighbors.
Gotta say, this comment made our day! Looking forward to hosting some of your meetings!
Can’t wait to have a spot close in the area to have a good brew instead of going all the way into Minneapolis or St. Paul. Looking good you guys!
[…] In our case, we had a pre-existing concrete slab floor in the area of the future brewery that didn't have any floor drains. A mason used a big concrete sawcutter and jackhammer to remove a large section of concrete and dug a trench. You can see more from that day in this post. […]