You've seen many of these shots before, but I have a better camera now. Thanks to Jim Harmon of Sabey for letting me in this morning to take these photos. And a belated thanks to whoever decided to paint the walls a greenish blue. That color is a great background for all the rusty iron.
These photos are all of the Brew House portion of the complex. The Brew House is just north of the Stock House, which is the section that Sabey plans to demolish and redevelop. Sabey will unveil their plans for the site at a public meeting this coming Wednesday, October 24, at 5:30 p.m. at the Bottling Plant (right across from Calamity Jane's on Airport Way). Please come and comment or just listen.
Also, if you'd like to see this place for yourself, you have an opportunity next Saturday, October 27. Either attend the Georgetown Haunted History Tour (this will be the last stop of the tour), or just come to the Brew House for a Halloween event by the Theater Off Jackson and Circus Contraption. Five bucks gets you into the tour and the Brew House event, or you can pay five bucks for just the Brew House thing. Wear a costume and bring ID if you want beer. And say hi if you're feeling friendly (look for the super-tall, dark-haired Viking).