Good neighbours

We picked the right home for our brewery. Over on Victoria Street, they know what being neighborly is all about. On a chilly day in October, the good people at H.H. Goode & Son and Newmarket Precast Concrete pitched in to bring our new tanks off the freight truck and guide them safely into our building.

An exterior view of a brewery tank being lifted by a boom truck.

HH Goode & Son lent us their forklift, and Newmarket Concrete lent us their boom truck, which meant everything moved into place perfectly. The guys were right there with a helping hand.

A man in an orange jacket operates a remote-control joystick while looking up at a brewery tank.

Fabian operated the boom by remote control: every kid’s dream.

A brewery tank, wrapped in a protective covering, sits at the entrance of the brewery, waiting to be moved into place.

Getting ready to bring in the second tank.

Brewery tanks, still wrapped in their protective covering, in the middle of the brewery floor.

Our tanks from HDP, sitting pretty on the new brewery floor. We’re looking forward to filling these up with beer. And then emptying them, and filling them again… And sharing a few with our neighbours.

By | 2018-01-30T19:55:55-05:00 November 8th, 2015|People, Starting a brewery, Uxbridge|