These brewery concepts range in scope from beer made in space to others that just want customers to be closer to the booze-making experience. One thing is for sure: if you love beer then these are a few stores you should check out.
The District 6 space, for example, is made up of six different sections, and the owners want patrons to get more of a sense of what it's like to brew beer. When people are sitting around at the restaurant, they are placed extremely close to the large brewing containers, and can get a sense of what it takes to make this delicious type of drink.
For the beer drinkers who love to explore their choices, these brewery concepts are a good place to start.
From Eco-Friendly Breweries to Crowd-Bought Breweries
Small-Scale Social Breweries
'Breugems Brouwerij' Hires People with Disabilities
This Craft Beer Brewery Takes Inspiration from the Neighborhood
Beer Made in Space
Sapporo's Extraterrestrial Russian Brew
Sierra Nevada to Turn Beer Waste Into Ethanol With the Efuel100 Micro Fuele
Exquisite Opulent Brewery Branding
The Brassneck Brewery Visual Identity is Sophisticated and Bold
Beer Breweries 2.0
Community Managed Brewing at BeerBankRoll.com
Brewing Equipment Restaurants
District 6 Designed by M-Style Puts Patrons in the Action
Buy a Beer Company Wants Fans to Own Pabst Brewing Co.
Ascend to Beervana in Portland, Oregon
Green Beer is on Tap at Copenhagen's Norrebro Brewhouse