Immersion Brewing

Bend, Oregon

Another first in Bend, Immersion Brewing offers a 10 BBL brewery, full-service restaurant and brew-it-yourself attraction for first timers and experienced vets alike. The combination of table and booth seating offers varied experiences for diners, and a long, angular bar sits at the center of the space with full-view of the illuminated bright tanks.

 

A new multi-story structural shear core at the center of the space provides improved structural stability for the historic building and greatly needed room for mechanical equipment. Five 20 BBL bright tanks are the center of attention, standing proudly behind the bar and dispensing house-brewed beer to patrons. A new vestibule reduces cold and heat intrusion, saving energy, while new aluminum storefront entry doors and windows and a glazed overhead garage door provide additional light to the space and update the building’s facade.

 

The brewhouse remains visible to patrons, allowing those not participating in the brew-it-yourself activity to see how the beer they are drinking is made. Local reclaimed woods provide accents throughout and a sprawling light fixture constructed from standard electrical conduit and junction boxes offers a new take on the now-popular ‘pipe light’ concept.

541.647.5661

550 SW Industrial Way, Suite 135

Bend, Oregon 97702

Immersion Brewing

Another first in Bend, Immersion Brewing offers a 10 BBL brewery, full-service restaurant and brew-it-yourself attraction for first timers and experienced vets alike. The combination of table and booth seating offers varied experiences for diners, and a long, angular bar sits at the center of the space with full-view of the illuminated bright tanks.

 

A new multi-story structural shear core at the center of the space provides improved structural stability for the historic building and greatly needed room for mechanical equipment. Five 20 BBL bright tanks are the center of attention, standing proudly behind the bar and dispensing house-brewed beer to patrons. A new vestibule reduces cold and heat intrusion, saving energy, while new aluminum storefront entry doors and windows and a glazed overhead garage door provide additional light to the space and update the building’s facade.

 

The brewhouse remains visible to patrons, allowing those not participating in the brew-it-yourself activity to see how the beer they are drinking is made. Local reclaimed woods provide accents throughout and a sprawling light fixture constructed from standard electrical conduit and junction boxes offers a new take on the now-popular ‘pipe light’ concept.