“POWERED BY RENEWABLE ENERGY THROUGH A HIGH-EFFICIENCY ELECTRIC BOILER AND THE PURCHASE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY CERTIFICATES” The Fred B. Noe Distillery will produce several of the James B. Beam Distilling Co.’s well-known and award-winning brands, as well as future innovations. The distillery is designed as an experimental distillery allowing novel changes in the … Continue reading "Fred Booker Noe Distillery"
“DESIGNED TO MAKE A UNIQUE AND ATTRACTIVE EXPERIENCE FOR PUBLIC TOURS…” Located on East Main Street in downtown Louisville, the Angel’s Envy Distillery and Tourist Center is a renovation of the old Vermont American Complex. The new distillery includes a column still for expanded production, a bottling line, grain handling equipment, and barrel storage … Continue reading "Angel’s Envy Distillery"
“PRECISE TEMPERATURE CONTROL AND SPECIALIZED SAFETY MEASURES…” A 26,000 square foot facility housing both filled and empty bourbon barrels, along with cisterns, the Maker’s Mark regauge building was an exciting project for Kerr-Greulich Engineers Inc. to take on. The primary intent of this building was facilitating the process of recovering additional alcohol from previously … Continue reading "Maker’s Mark Regauge Building"
Images Provided by de Leon & Primmer Architecture Workshop “DESIGNED TO BE THE SHOWPIECE OF WILD TURKEY BOURBON…” Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. enjoyed working with Wild Turkey on the design of their Visitor’s Center located in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. The Wild Turkey Visitor’s Center is a 5,000 square foot building designed to be the showpiece of … Continue reading "Wild Turkey – Visitor’s Center"
“A DESTINATION OF NEARLY 100,000 PEOPLE ANNUALLY…” Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. had the exciting opportunity to work with Maker’s Mark on their Welcome Center for The Maker’s Mark Distillery. As a destination of nearly 100,000 people annually, Kerr-Greulich Engineers Inc. designs for this project were made with crowd size, occupancy comfort, and aesthetics as top … Continue reading "Maker’s Mark Distillery – Welcome Center"
“A PROMINENT PIECE OF LOUISVILLE'S TOURISM AND HISTORY…” Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. enjoyed working with Old Forester on a prominent piece of Louisville’s tourism and history with their Old Forester Distillery. Located on West Main Street, as an addition to “Whiskey Row,” the Old Forester Distillery was designed with the customer experience as a priority. … Continue reading "Old Forester Distillery"
“AWARDED FOR EXCELLENCE IN ARCHITECTURE DESIGN…” In 2016 Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. teamed with Hubbach and company to design the Maker’s Mark 46 cellar – a facility awarded for excellence in architecture design from AIA Kentucky in 2017. The 12,000 square foot building houses up to 2,000 barrels and resides in a cave dug … Continue reading "Maker’s Mark 46 Cellar"
“A 26-FOOT CONTINUOUS STILL AND RACKS THAT FIT NEARLY 2,000 BARRELS…” Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. enjoyed working with the Peerless Distilling Company on the renovation and conversion of their 42,800 square foot warehouse space into a working distillery in downtown Louisville. The distillery features a retail store, tasting room, and guided tours of the 26-foot … Continue reading "Peerless"
“A 12.8-ACRE, 78,000 SQUARE FOOT FACILITY HOME TO MICHTER'S PROCESSING AND BOTTLING OPERATIONS…” In 2010, the owners of Michter’s Distillery decided to bring their brand to Louisville and began evaluating facilities to house and feature their products. Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. enjoyed the opportunity to plan and design mechanical and electrical systems for what would … Continue reading "Michter’s Distillery"
“A COMMUNITY CENTERED AND CREATIVITY DRIVEN SPACE FOR SPIRIT ENTHUSIASTS…” Kerr-Greulich Engineers, Inc. enjoyed designing and engineering the mechanical and electrical systems along with process steam for Cardinal Spirits, a distillery located in Bloomington, Indiana. Cardinal Spirits distillery is a community-centered and creativity-driven space for liquor and spirit enthusiasts to enjoy themselves. A retail … Continue reading "Cardinal Spirits"