• 8,000-SF renovation and relocation for the Siebel Institute of Technology, which has been educating brewers from around the world about fermentation sciences since 1872
  • Includes interior function space with classrooms, administrative offices and communal student spaces with audiovisual capabilities and space for study and lab work
  • Pilot brewery, outfitted with four massive stainless steel kettles and a rooftop chiller, installed beside office and classroom space, requiring an alternative code approval request from the city for fire separation requirements, power consumption considerations and space restrictions
  • Lab space with a process water system, tanks, fill piping and custom air-handling units
  • Bierstube bar area with a EuroTap beer station and walk-in cooler area that resembles a Prohibition-era speakeasy and features state-of-the-art bar equipment and technologies for remote learning and functions as a public tasting room and demonstration space, as well as an event space for sponsors and tenants
  • Tambour wood reception desk, herringbone floor pattern, as well as brass-trimmed navy shelves featuring artifacts from the school’s history
  • Installation of self-contained keg storage and dispensing system with integrated glass rinser to incorporate a cold air supply to the draft beer tower in a thermostatically-controlled environment