Originally founded in 1884, A. Fisher Brewing Company was reborn after a 50-year hiatus. This project was a complete renovation and change of use of two adjacent auto repair shops into a small brewery and tap room. The buildings were conjoined with two large openings in the center party wall and brought up to current building code standards including new ADA Accessible restrooms and front entry ramp. The brewery features a full 10-barrel brewing system with a 400 square foot refrigerated storage room and warehouse space. The tap room is open to the brewery, separated only by a standing bar and features a 26 foot-long cherry bar that was site built by Capitol Hill Construction. The tap room opens up to the city and a raised front patio with a twelve-foot garage door, while the side and rear yard patios feature the brewery’s grain silo along with seating and space for a food truck.
Design: Richardson Quann Associates
Construction: Capitol Hill Construction