Preyer Brewing Co. is nearing completion at its facility in downtown Greensboro, and when it does, it will be the city’s fourth brewery.
The brewery’s bar will be sandwiched between Preyer’s 10-barrel brew house and a second Crafted restaurant. There is no hard opening date yet, but the Preyers plan to open with 4 to 6 beers soon.
A variety of seating options, including bar stools, soft and hard seats, a long couch, group tables and a bar looking out the front window populate the bar.
Even though they are still waiting on some tables and finalizing other elements of the business, Preyer Brewing Co. gave Triad City Beat the first press look at the two spaces as they near completion. Check it out:
Design Works helped the Preyers figure out the design and color scheme for the space, and the family relied on Kelly Hahn and Liz Felsen for furniture. The hard furniture was custom made in Vietnam and the soft furniture was made in Siler City, Nicole Preyer said.
Preyer Brewing Co. is a family operation, including brothers Will (design, web, screenprinting, etc.), Britt Jr. (sales, brew house help) and head brewer Calder as well as their parents Britt Sr. and Alice and Calder’s wife, Nicole.
Preyer Brewing recently received its state permit, meaning that brewing can legally begin, but the family is waiting to announce an opening date until all of the details are ironed out.
All of the taps at Preyer will hold their own beer made on the other side of the wall. Though patrons won’t be able to walk freely between Crafted and the bar, people will be able to buy Preyer beer in the restaurant or walk up to a window and order food from within the bars.
Several windows allow customers to see clearly between the two areas, and rolling garage doors on both buildings will enable an outdoor component.
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