In order to increase capacity, we have made a few changes to the Skull Coast Taproom. I should note before I go into depth on the changes, that due to either the lens used or the lighting from below the bar, the foundation pillars and ceiling beams turned green in the above render. Both are actually black (as you will see below). Okay, moving on! As I was saying to increase capacity, we took out the booths that were going to be against the Taproom's back wall. Instead, we are going to be adding bench seating out of reclaimed wood and tables that can be pushed together for larger parties. Another feature that we added is wrought iron chandeliers over the community tables and lanterns from the boat hull skeleton arching over the bar. We also added wrought iron wall sconces along the walls. Perhaps the only thing that may change from this render are the bar and community table stools. Alexa has requested stools that have backs to sit back and relax while drinking.
The image above shows the Taproom from the Brewhouse Entrance (where people will be entering for tours of the Brewhouse). This image shows the actual black pillars and beams. From this view, you can also clearly see the bench seating and wall sconces in back. You can also see in better detail the wrought iron lanterns hanging from hull skeleton, and how the wrought iron chandeliers will play over the community tables. In the back, you may also be able to see that we are going to add four individual washrooms for maximum privacy. And, while I may not have mentioned this before, the floor, the walls, the bar, community tables and back bench seating will all be made out of reclaimed wood. Since the Mill is a preservation project, we thought everything should come from a restoration and redevelopment point-of-view. Besides being absolutely beautiful, it also gives the Taproom the feel of actually being inside a ship.Follow @SKULLCOAST