Raising a glass to ‘Beaverworld’

A new brewery and visitor site for British brewery Beavertown has been handed over at Enfield Distribution Park.

The facility known as ‘Beaverworld’ is described by the Owner and Founder Logan Plant [son of Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant] as a ‘funfair of fermentation and good times’.

Having been responsible for the masterplanning of the overall Distribution Park development, UMC Architects were appointed by Graftongate and Aberdeen Asset Management to deliver the detailed design of the scheme and supported Main Contractor Readie Construction through to completion of the project.

The purpose built facility offers a total footprint of 129,670sqft and comprises space for a brewhouse, packaging operations, warehouse, logistics hub, offices and visitor centre with the automated facility having the capacity to fill up to 30,000 cans per hour.

The scheme also incorporates a 12,000sqft visitor centre comprising of a main taproom space which is designed to allow visual connectivity with full length view of the brewery along with a small professional kitchen that will be available for food traders and external caterers to have a pop-up servery.

Early engagement with the Occupier allowed a collaborative design approach to be employed from inception and ensured that the project delivered on the concept vision presented by Beavertown.

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