A Visual History
Explore the visual history of the brewery from the early days of an empty warehouse to the years of construction projects to where we are in our evolution today.
Construction began in late 2008 with the installation of tarps to lower the ceiling from 35 feet to roughly 20 feet. However, the first photos came just before the walls seperating the brewery and tap room went up. Recognize the place? We don't!
Note: The black tarps you see in our brewery today are actually the back side of California Billboards, which are fire retardent due to the wildfires outwest.
After nearly a year of waiting, our 10BBL brewery is decommissioned at R.J. Rockers in South Carolina, loaded up on the trucks and on it's way to its new home in Bryson City.
Note: The original warehouse ramp entrance allowed us to unload the brewery via borrowed forklift and drive it directly into the building.