Brewery Building in Garden City, Idaho
Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc. supplied this rugged, pre-engineered steel brewery building in Garden City, Idaho, in August of 2014.
Now operating as Powderhaus Brewery, a thriving, independently owned craft brewery and tasting room located just outside Boise, the building boasts a custom exterior with horizontal siding and an abundance of custom features, among them recycled wood accents, a fire pit and a striking copper roof with a 3:12 pitch. The brewery stands 50’x100’x22/22’ in size, and it offers numerous door and window openings that provide an open-air feel for visitors and outdoor enthusiasts who frequent the venue. Included are (2) 18’x12’ framed openings with full trim, (2) 8’x10’ openings, (1) 14’x14’ overhead door, (1) commercial structure door and (2) 5’x5’ windows to allow for additional natural sunlight inside.
The brewery includes a tavern-styled tasting room that stands at 50’x30’x10’ and designed with a purposeful 3:12 pitch Gable Roof. This clear span of space allows for an open concept design while drawing attention upward to the exposed framing. This antiquated alehouse aesthetic compliments the casual urban undertones and the essential essence of steel substructure.
In addition to ample space for brewing and sampling, the brewery features several accommodations made with respect for the typical weather and sometimes heavy seasonal snowfall common in and around Garden City. Such features include a 25-pound snow load and a 115-mph wind speed rating.
A part of southwestern Idaho’s Ada County, Garden City sits about a mile outside the state capital, Boise, and about 10 miles outside Meridian.