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View of patrons at the bar

A new micro brewery office in Toronto‚Äôs historical art deco “destructor” building – part of the R.C. Harris legacy of infrastructure buildings. This new renovation takes care to preserve the original interior brick and openings, as well as the palimpsest of additions that came after. The project puts the industrial processes, from brewing to packaging, squarely in the foreground within the large space, which is fronted with a bar, event, and retail space. Raw industrial materials with art deco elements like skyscraper bottle chandeliers and quintessential tall deco windows dominate the interior. The upper mezzanine houses the head offices and fermentation tanks.

Junction Craft Brewery is the recipient of the 2018 Paul Oberman Award for Adaptive Reuse from the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario.



Aerial view of the main building

The Destructor



View of the Tap Room

Retail Area and Taproom



The Tap Room in action

The Taproom



View of the beer production area

The beer production area



View of the Packaging and shipping area

Packaging and shipping



View of the beer service counter and tanks beyond

The beer service counter with production behind



View of the shared public washrooms

The shared public washrooms



View of the conference room

The upstairs conference room



View of the entry

The public entry



View of the taproom

In full swing



View of the event space

The event space in action



View of the concert stage and event space

The opening night concert



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