Street Furniture to Consider for Your Microbrewery

Street Furniture to Consider for Your Microbrewery

16 August 2019
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you are considering opening a microbrewery, one of the things you may want to look at is outdoor seating. For many people, the outdoor seating would be simple tables and chairs. You may want to offer a more unique look. If that is the case, you will want to consider street furniture. Here are a few pieces of street furniture you should consider and how they can benefit the look and appeal of your microbrewery.

Built-In Tray Holders

One of the key components to consider for your outdoor seating and street furniture tables are built-in tray holders. These holders can be an indention in the middle of the table that allows the wait staff to bring food and drinks from the brewery. These are also ideal if you offer a tasting menu that brings out several types of drinks on one tray. The trays can be made as custom options to fit microbrewery shot glasses, ale mugs or flasks. It stands out and shows you thought of your guests.

Glass Recycling Receptacles

One of the waste products your microbrewery may have is glass bottles. You may actually be working on a plan to take care of those glass items to recycle them, reuse them or to send them to a recycling centre. One way you can do this and add to the outdoor eating and dining area of your microbrewery is to add glass recycling receptacles. These can be made to hold all the bottles and glass your customers have as waste. The entrance to the receptacles can also be made to hold only the bottles and glass you have rather than allowing an increased amount of other debris enter the area. 

Charging Benches

One of the up-and-coming options for street furniture is to have charging benches. These benches can be placed against the tables and other outdoor furniture seating areas. They connect underground to the electrical system of your microbrewery. Your customers can then charge tablets, phones and other devices while they are visiting your microbrewery and having a good time on their night out. 

If any of these options appeal to you, contact your local street furniture retailer. They can help you narrow down your choices and find the right one that benefits you. They can also help you with questions you may have or custom designs you may want to have. If you have logos you want placed on the street furniture, they can help you as well. Delivery and installation can also be discussed.

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Hey, there! My name is Mandy and this is my manufacturing blog. The articles that I write and post here will help you to gain a better understanding of the world of manufacturing. My husband works at the local manufacturing plant and he invited me along to a recent bring your family to work day. It was really exciting to see my husband's workplace and it inspired me to find out as much as I can about his job and the industrial sector. Over the past couple for months, I have learnt so much cool stuff that I just knew I had to start this blog.