Careful project planning with sunset costs and life cycle considerations. (ie. almost all construction materials are recyclable).
Our events are damn near zero waste.
Hire(ed) local labor whenever possible.
We sell locally made beer, ice cream, local beef. We use non-GMO, organic, free range food.
Our cutlery and utensils are made from recycled material and corn-all compostable
It's a recycled building including using 3 full sized (40’x 9’x 8’) shipping containers for our warehouse. The United States imports much more than it exports and shipping containers are being tossed into landfills. They are solid steel structures that people are using now to build all sorts of things like multilevel homes.
This project used as many recyclable materials as possible so upon the buildings sunset we won't be filling up the land fill. Life cycle analysis of a project is so important to sustainability.
Complex solar system includes 25 solar panels, 16 batteries, two high power inverters that: Heat and light Sweetwave Audio and powers all our cooling including four fridges a double freezer, ice maker and our walk in cooler. It powers our recording/streaming/broadcast control room. Electric heat in our circumstance is actually free and zero waste.
Our beer is cooled to a perfect 32.5 degrees...BY THE SUN.
Low flow plumbing fixtures, toilets and no flush urinals.
Bathroom hand dryers instead of paper towels.
Cocktail tables made from the ends of wine barrels.
Green room sink is made from old Hammond amplifier.
Bartops and drink rails made with paperstone (recycled paper).
95% lighting is LED.
Motion sensor lighting (indoors AND outdoors).
Conservation design, digitally controlled HVAC.
Massive amounts of insulation for both heat/cool conservation as well as soundproofing for our dear neighbors.
Barnwood and recycled wood for trim and FOH booth
Recirculated heat coming off our kitchen hot line with our state of the art hood and make-up air unit.
Only recyclable or compostable products sold. like our dish ware which is compostable or our paper straws. We hate plastic.
Pervious parking lot surface to allow water to immediately return to ground water.
Onsite garden that grows us fresh greens and herbs for the kitchen (watered by rain collection).
Recycled asphalt in parking lot.