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Brewery floors often rank pretty low on the expenditure list when setting up a brewery. To the uninformed, a floor is a floor, but to those who have lived and struggled with the additional expense and workload brought on by a bad floor, creating a good brewery floor system is, to put it simply, setting up your business on a good foundation.
Concrete is very porous and will eventually break down if left unprotected from the elements, chemicals, and pressures of a busy growing brewery. Good coatings and companies can be very hard to find, but it’s worth the extra effort to do a little homework and seek out an experienced concrete and coating provider that knows the ins and outs and dos and don’ts for a brewery environment.
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Caldera Brewery, Ashland, Oregon