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Upon entering the restaurant, the brewing equipment, of course, will be
the first thing to catch your eye. The bright copper and stainless tanks
were manufactured in Europe, mainly in the countries of Germany, Hungary and
Because we wanted our patrons to experience the
great appearance, sounds and aroma of the magnificent brewing process, we
located our equipment in full view of all the tables. We have received
many favorable comments on this layout, but more, of course, from the quality of
our tasty Ales and Lagers.
Even though the brewing equipment
catches your eye, you do not want to miss the details of this restaurant that
make your visit even more interesting and enjoyable.
restaurants strive to create an atmosphere that is naturally present in
"Your Brewery" building. New brick and paint, however, cannot
duplicate the sensation of knowing you are experiencing a piece of
history. Dating back to the 1890's, "Your Brewery" was
constructed of limestone block and 'long leaf yellow pine' timbers. Each
large stone was individually crafted and hand placed to provide a structurally
sound building that would endure many life-times.
stone, long leaf yellow pine timbers were laid. The tight grain of this
slow growing pine (no longer available) provides the strength and the natural
beauty that is evident throughout the Resteraunt, Biergarten, and Bed &
Brew. In keeping with our philosophy of conservation, we recycled all wood
from the walls that were removed. The wood was refinished and used in
areas such as our long bar and wait-station. Doors, floors, cases and trim
areas also reflect this fine wood treatment.
The bar tops are
pretty unique in that they are constructed of poured-in-place concrete.
They are of one piece construction that weighs more than your average bear.
lighting has been updated to low voltage, but is in keeping with the original,
twin stand off insulator installation. The ceramic insulators are the same
ones that provided lighting many years ago
A fireplace is a cozy
thing to both observe and to wary your back-side, and the fireplace at
"Your Brewery" is a doozy. This fireplace occupies one corner of
the restaurant and was constructed of heavy stone retrieved from the local
area. The mantel is a single stone that is significantly larger than the
amount showing. The hearth was placed stone for stone as it was found near
a river bottom.