THE BREW COOP
RESTAURANT TENANT IMPROVEMENT BUILD-OUT
FOR PIONEERING SELF-POUR TAP ROOM
AREA: 2,000 ft²
LOCATION: San Francisco, California
KEY PROJECT DETAILS
Multiple Self-Serve Beverage Taps • Numerous Large Wall-Mounted Flat-Screen TVs
Complete Interior Renovation • Type II Exhaust Hood
New HVAC & Lighting • New Finishes Throughout The Space
The Brew Coop was one of the first self-tap rooms to open in San Francisco. Their primary goal when planning their new business was to provide a unique new experience for beer lovers as well as newcomers to the beverage where they could fill their own glass from any of 21 different beer taps. Some taps even offered cider, kombucha, sake and wine. Whether trying an inch, or a full pint, customers could watch whatever sports event was being projected on any of the many flat-screen TVs mounted side-by-side throughout the space.
Owner Gore Song came to CONCORE early in the selection of The Brew Coop’s site, formerly a Thai restaurant that was well-worn and in severe need of an upgrade. CONCORE always endorses early participation as a major advantage for a client, providing direct involvement right at the planning level. The Brew Coop was no exception, as CONCORE’s team assisted with early budgeting and the selection of an architect best suited for the project. The scope of work included complete renovation of the interior including a new walk-in cooler, Type II exhaust hood, all-new HVAC and lighting systems as well as all new finishes throughout.