"Grimm Artisanal Ales plant roots in Brooklyn" by IMBIBE

“For the design, they collaborated with New York architecture firm inc_a to bring their aesthetic to life. “We wanted a light-filled space that would blend the industrial nature of brewing equipment with organic materials,” Lauren says, citing materials like wood, textiles, plants and hand-drawn wallpaper. “We were inspired by the ’70s California aesthetic of indoor plants and ceramics, as well as the David Lynch’s red curtains in Twin Peaks.” Other design elements, like a large custom-spalted maple bar top and wallpaper in the bathrooms designed by artist Gretta Johnson (who also designed the custom glassware) help define the interior. “Ultimately, we wanted the space to embody the spirit of our beer labels, and I think it does that well,” Lauren says.”

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Jonathan Chesley