Tasting Rooms, Eateries & Taprooms for Wineries, Brewers & Distillers
You’ve already overcome the hurdle of starting up your own beverage production facility, which is a major accomplishment. But now it’s time to consider your next move: creating a space for people to enjoy your beverages and food. This is where SteelMaster’s project managers can come in to guide you through the design process and beyond.
The craft beverage industry is expanding, with thousands of breweries and distilleries opening across the country every year. Because of this, you’ll need your business to stand out from the competition. SteelMaster’s metal arch-style buildings are eye-catching and unique in a world full of traditional straight wall buildings.
Jennifer McCloud, owner of Chrysalis Vineyards, wanted to blend the historic look of her farm with the more modern look of a SteelMaster structure. To protect customers while they enjoy Chrysalis’ signature brands in the warmth of the sun and cool, crisp country air, McCloud purchased five SteelMaster carports.
McCloud wanted something that was going to be durable, economical and aesthetically pleasing. She chose SteelMaster specifically because the corrugated design of our panels matched the siding of her building.
Our column-free buildings provide an open floor plan that gives you the freedom to choose the layout of your tasting room, eatery or taproom. With the ability to create your own custom endwalls, the possibilities for your building’s design are endless.
Our buildings require little to no maintenance, which means you can focus on your business instead of the upkeep of the building. Unlike the tents used in other vineyards, a SteelMaster carport won’t blow away. They also serve as interesting conversation pieces for customers.
Another benefit of purchasing a SteelMaster metal Quonset hut is the ability to expand your building as your business grows. Extending your building can be done by purchasing additional arches in desired two foot lengths. It’s the fastest, easiest and most economical way to add extra length to a building.