Posted by on Jul 12, 2018

Breweries and their eateries often want their space to feel like their guests are joining them in the warehouse while they are brewing beer. But Gravel Bottom Brewery Ada, MI had to move to a brand-new storefront to allow for the downtown Ada development project to put in a street.

All Photos: Courtesy of Gravel Bottom Brewery

First Companies’ Craig Schroeder called r.o.i. Design looking for design help to make the new space feel more like a brewery warehouse.

Owner Matt Michiels really liked his existing space and was hoping to re-create the look and feel. To r.o.i. Design that meant a warm paint scheme, industrial warehouse lights, reclaimed wood and vintage looking brick. We asked them to hang used wood pallets from the ceiling to add texture and hide some acoustic treatment.

All Photos: Courtesy of Gravel Bottom Brewery

Matt added an amazing concrete bar top to his new bar, as well as some incredible beer.

Congratulations to Gravel Bottom Craft Brewery and First Companies for making a place that looks like it has been in Ada for decades!

From 13 “On Your Side”, May 11, 2018 edition.

Gravel Bottom Craft Brewery in Ada is reopening after moving to a new location.

The brewery moved into a larger space as a part of the Ada Village redevelopment project. But, the company says that the new location still offers a familiar, cozy feel that it has become known for as the neighborhood brewery.

“We’ve put a lot of time and effort into making this feel similar to what the other Gravel Bottom was: welcoming and comfortable,” said owner Matt Michiels…

For more about Gravel Bottom Craft Brewery visit: gravelbottom.com

 

All Photos: Courtesy of Gravel Bottom Brewery