First floor bar - prelim improvements
our attractive main entranceway
first floor bar - without clutter
first floor dining area
original Anglesea upstairs bar
another view of upstairs
everyone's in awe
love the lattice
decided to recycle this beautiful carpetting
another great find from craigslist
first floor dining
soon to be the brewery viewing area
the riggers arrive with the brewhouse
everything went thru the windows
who's taking care of the mash tun?
the mash tun just fit
the rigging operation
how it was moved to the upper level
View from the basement
Lynne and Leslie in their new home
The beginning of oven making
just like graining out
Tom - brewer/mason
Our flooring crew
the dance floor
second floor bar
our floor before and after tung oil
Our 'new' railing - courtesy of Rick
Diggin for gold, or maybe just a drain
Grundy moving day
the grouting specialist
The Colins Bar arrives
It's new home
Now it looks like a bar
Second floor bar is making an appearance
The LAST brick
A very professional support system
All it needs is a little dusting
Once they were joists
Our lovely new boiler.
We have stairs!!!
Tom's new home
finally getting some color (compatible cream)
and this is Ryegrass. who makes up these names?
The Holy Rollers
The oven's first flames
Broderick and Baker. Stucco specialists.
A nice layer of tomato sauce is all it needs
Tile for the oven - and a great place to rest your beer.
testing out the oven - yum
We're a real restaurant now. We have awnings!
O happy day. Our tap system is here.
Happy to be brewing - better than construction
they're just waiting for bodies
Retired PBC hose
high tops fabricated from knitting machines
Sedgwick Street hops
Great maps - thanks to Joe
the beginning of our wine box earth
Gloucester City chalkboard
finally getting around to making our sign