Freestanding prototype brewery/restaurant: This ground up prototype’s architectural style was sympathetic to the historic Peachtree boulevard running thru the city of Atlanta. This gave the concept immediate credibility for becoming a local landmark. It had a full lager brew house producing the famous GB beer brands on premise. The back bar windows opened to the exterior patio successfully connecting the interior and exterior guest experience. Unique imported German beer posters, historic stein collection and, custom light fixtures made this a very special mid market brewpub. The grain silo standing in front identified the uniqueness of this location and brewing beer on site was very clear. The working silo fed grain to the glass enclosed the brew house on the second floor. The second floor was accessed via an open custom steel staircase in the middle, which led to the brew house, poolroom, and private dining room. The site typography allowed the outdoor patio to be on a raised deck with a loading dock appearance. By artfully running all the duct work up the outside of this two story building it gave the impression this building had a manufacturing history and had been in existence for decades and was recently re-purposed, rather than being built from scratch.