Monthly Archives: November 2011

New Roof

The office, visitor suite and cold store roof has been finished. The lads did a sterling job to bring this in on time, working in all weather. Roof taking shape – nice job! Wey hey – a new roof..with skylight windows … Continue reading

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Concrete Mole Hill

No one knows how it happened. We’re not even sure how we’ll fix it. But it did happen………     a concrete mole hill has appeared in the brewery floor! The evidence your Honour – an unexplained bump   As you can … Continue reading

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Wibbly Wobbly Walls

Stefan gets the unglamorous work whilst, you guessed it, Big Al gets to play with the hard ware Ooooh have a butchers at this. On fitting all the tie bars it became clear that the walls needed a belt and … Continue reading

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Tie-bars and some serious engineering stuff

The architect, the project builder and those boffins at the Council decided we needed some tie-bars to strengthen the walls and stop the roof falling on our heads so it seemed like a good idea. Amazingly they are pulling the … Continue reading

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Going Going Gone….

Five tonne of aggregate and heaven (and Al) only knows how much hardcore has gone down to form the brewery floors. The flat areas are finished and curing – apparently they need to achieve 75% dryness and 30kN per square … Continue reading

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