UK-based multidisciplinary practice Studio B has unveiled the design of the Wiper and True taproom in Bristol, England. The new venue, which is the independent brewery’s second location, maximizes its 500-square-foot interior with accessibility at the forefront. Studio B endeavored to create “a brewery that was as open and inclusive to people from all walks of life as possible, escaping the typical overly masculine trend that has been dominating the brewery scene for the past decade,” says the firm’s co-founder Kyle Clarke.
Partitioning the brewery from the airy taproom, a 60-foot steel and glass wall serves as a key focal point. Two openings cut into the side of the building immerse the space with natural light that illuminates ample greenery and furniture composed of locally sourced ash wood that softens the industrial space.
Wiper and True features a spacious 700-square-foot, plant-filled beer garden as well.