FS11 - Preservation by the Pint: Revitalization and the Craft Beverage Boom

Sunday, September 23
12:30 PM - 4:30 PM
CE: 4.5

Across the U.S. and Canada , brewers and distillers have successfully adapted many building types, from manufacturing and warehousing structures to former churches, into successful breweries, taprooms, and pubs. These businesses support local economies through purchasing local ingredients. Through “beverage-oriented-development,” the adaptive reuse of an existing structure can catalyze the revitalization of an entire neighborhood. But what role does infrastructure investment play in beverage-oriented-development?

Whether you’re a Belgian beer person or an IPA “hop head,” a martini aficionado or a teetotaler, there will be plenty to see and taste on this field session. We’ll visit local craft beverage businesses, speak with owners about the challenges and opportunities of adapting historic buildings, and of course, taste some of their products!"

Dress code: Comfortable clothes and shoes.

This course qualifies for HSW credit with AIA and RCEP.

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