Beer aficionados rejoice – the 3 Stars Brewery tasting room has officially opened its doors in Takoma Park, Washington D.C.
Designed by architecture and design firm //3877, the new 1,200-square-foot space was created to accommodate the brand’s growing growler hours, as well as private and group tastings.
Owners Dave Coleman and Mike McGarvey tapped //3877 architect David Shove-Brown to create a concept for the tasting room that highlights the breweries craft beer. The //3877 team worked with materials like reclaimed wood, corrugated metal, industrial light fixtures and a muted color palette to design a space that complements the brewery (which is located in the warehouse where they brew and bottle the beer). Guests can drink at picnic tables or at high-tops in the tasting room, which can also be reserved for special events. The open space in the tasting room offers a relaxing and welcoming atmosphere.
The space also features roll up garage doors to allow access for brewery tours, and also add to the unique “urban farmhouse” theme. A food truck parked outside rounds out the dining experience.
Sharing a passion for great beer and great design, David Shove-Brown and his team have brought this exciting addition to DC’s beverage scene.
Fun fact: The //3877 office features a keg of 3 Stars brew on draft.