Progress Is Good

Hello, all! We’ve been chugging away at the brewery property and thought we would share a few updates and photos.

The breezeway between the buildings is no longer. It is the only part of the building that will be completely removed. In its place, we are building a restaurant and bar area to seat 80 patrons, complete with 19 beer taps, 1 cider tap, 2 wine taps, and local liquor to complement the fresh food from our kitchen.

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The Red Barn’s event center is now our brewhouse and Phase 1 auxiliary kitchen. This building will house a 10-barrel direct-fire brewhouse from Premier Stainless. We are installing a Reverse Osmosis system (for the best brewery water possible), five fermentation tanks, an 800 square foot walk-in cooler, a classroom, and plenty of room for a variety barrels (Bourbon, Rye, Rum, Gin, Tequila, Wine, etc.).

Our auxiliary kitchen will serve freshly made sandwiches, soups, salads, wraps, charcuterie, and cheese plates until we build our large commercial kitchen in Phase 2.

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The theater seating area has also changed drastically. We pulled up the seating area floorboards and set them aside to build our bar and elements of our restaurant, so look out for the iconic theater’s row letters and beautiful 70-year-old wood.

Phase 2 of our build out will include using the old practice stage area for a large, commercial kitchen. For now, we will be using part of the area for bathrooms and a hallway to future areas of the building.

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We look forward to sharing more updates with you as we progress. Thanks again for your continued support! Beer is coming.



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ART + BEER = INKYBEER Inky Beer was born out of the desire to make conscious connections between beer and art (mostly graffiti and tattoos) in our travels. Join Dr. B and Kim as we embark on our new adventure, meeting new people and cataloging their ink and love of beverages for your enjoyment.