New brewery Barley Common coming soon to The Factory in St. Pete

Making it the fifth brewery in St. Pete's Warehouse Arts District.

click to enlarge Renderings by Behar + Peteranecz Architecture - THE FACTORY/ FACEBOOK
THE FACTORY/ FACEBOOK
Renderings by Behar + Peteranecz Architecture

Breweries are coming along in the 'Burg.

The Factory St. Pete just announced the addition of Barley Common brewing lab and tasting room. Within the social media post, The Factory explained that the brew lab will feature "a variety of craft brews and cocktails in an upscale, art-filled industrial space." The post also mentioned that the concept is set to host turn-key brewing and tasting rooms. 

The renderings, provided by Behar + Peteranecz Architecture, have designed the space to offer up bar, table and leather couch seating under hanging lights and riddled with foliage. Major wood and leather accents will give locals an elevated escape to sip and lounge at The Factory which describes itself as, "St. Petersburg's newest creative destination in the Warehouse Arts District." The Factory is stationed at 2788 Fairfield Ave. S. in St. Pete's Warehouse Arts District, just around the block from the forthcoming Bayboro Brewing and the other neighborhood breweries like 3 Daughters, Pinellas Ale Works and Cage Brewing

More details to come as construction continues and when an official opening date is announced. 

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