This bespoke four bay first floor garage we designed for the Roebuck pub based in Ashbourne for their micro-brewery. An oak external staircase takes you up to the first floor which spans over three of the four bays creating space over the fourth bay for a vaulted ceiling for the fermentation tanks on the ground floor below. The first floor has been designed for a kitchen area, bathroom and an office area.
Beneath on the ground floor there is a separate plant room and the rest of the downstairs floor area which been used to create micro-brewery. Here the fermentation tanks are as well as the rest of the other equipment needed to help create the Roebucks delicious range of ales.
An oak cottage style personel door has been used in conjuction with a half bay on the first bay which has been used to create an entrance into the plant room and downstairs micro-brewery. Whereas a pair of oak garage doors has been used as an entrance through the second bay that allows machinery to get in and out of the micro-brewery, handy when a full metal keg is not the lightest of things.
Along the two remaining bays oak full length french fixed casement windows have been used which allow a lot of natural light into the building. Dormer windows have been used in the roof for exactly the same reason in the first floor. Softwood weatherboard has been used and you can see in one of the images how it has started to silver with age when compared to when the building was first assembled by our expert assembly team in another image.
It was a pleasure to do this project and we wish the Roebuck at Draycott in the Clay all the best and hope they enjoy their lovely microbrewery situated just behind the pub for many years to come. To visit their website you can do so in the following link: www.theroebuckdraycott.co.uk
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