—All photos by Dina Avila
After months of construction, the Wayfinder brewpub finally opens this Saturday at 11 a.m.
The project comes from Rodney Muirhead (Podnah's Pit), Charlie Devereux (Double Mountain), and Matthew Jacobson (Sizzle Pie).
Here's what to expect, by the numbers.
The space is covers 8,900 square feet and features 110 seats inside with a patio outside that can seat an additional 100.
In all, there will be 16 beer taps which will eventually pour Wayfinder-brewed beers. When production is in full swing, the 10-barrel brewery will produce 7,500 barrels of beer per year. In the meantime, it'll pour suds from HUB, Baerlic, and Breakside, among others.
There's also a wood-fired oven that will churn out eats like steak frites, chicken al carbon, Jamaican jerk baby back ribs, and a half-pound burger made from ground chuck, prime rib, and sirloin.
Explore the exclusive photos here, and then explore the space—and the menu—when the brewpub opens its doors to you tomorrow morning.
Wayfinder: 304 SE 2nd Ave.