by Brian Stechschulte... Nov 14, 2013

Delivery-Truck---Triple-Voodoo-Brewing

When the stainless arrives, that’s when dreams become brewing reality. That moment happened for Triple Voodoo Brewing this week when two semi-trucks en route from Portland Kettle Works parked in front of their Dogpatch brewery in San Francisco. After nearly three years of operating as contract brewers, Triple Voodoo is now in possession of their own equipment and hope to be operational in the next few months.

What initially felt like Christmas morning, quickly turned into a long, stressful, and tiring day. Tons of brewing equipment was offloaded, carried or wheeled inside, placed in position, and lifted upright. It was a delicate and dangerous operation that went very smoothly. Thanks to the small army of contractors and Thad Fisco from Portland Kettle Works, who supervised the installation and drove the crane.

Here’s a few highlights from the day:

Heavy-Lifting---Triple-Voodoo-Brewing

Crane-Driver---Triple-Voodoo-Brewing

Crane-Lift---Triple-Voodoo-Brewing

Wheels---Triple-Voodoo-Brewing

Through-the-Door---Triple-Voodoo-Brewing

Going-Upright---Triple-Voodoo-Brewing

Brewery-Space---Triple-Voodoo-Brewing

Phil-and-Greg---Triple-Voodoo-Brewing

Head brewer Phil Meeker (left) with Triple Voodoo owner Greg Kitchen.

Photos © Brian Stechschulte