Sketchworks Architecture LLC
To meet demand, the Dancing Goat underwent a significant 17,000-square-foot expansion. By expanding, Dancing Goat has increased current production by 15 times, which equates to upwards of 130 barrels of whiskey per week. To round out this project, we constructed a classroom on the mezzanine where gin distilling classes are held. The room has benchtops and mini-stills where attendees can input their botanicals and create their gin.
Lastly, we remodeled an old breakroom into a private tasting room they called The Library. The walls are lined with shelving and hold bottles of various spirits where attendees can try other spirits and then try Dancing Goat spirits for comparison. The room also serves as a private tasting room of individual barrels for sale. To complement the expansion, we built a five-story wood-framed rickhouse nearby for storing and aging the barrels.
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Technical classifications & Features
Nearly half of the development involved creating H-3 Div 1 explosion-proof space to boost the distillery’s distillation to barreling process capacity.
Significant collaboration with MEPs was required to re-route the process piping and electrical efficiently to the various tanks with minimal interruption to operations.
This project includes a 2,400-square-foot mezzanine designed around cookers, fermenters, and other equipment tanks.
“Ideal Builders have been the perfect partners for our business, keeping functionality and workflow in mind while maximizing the aesthetic appeal of our facility. ”Nick Maas
VP of Distilling and Innovation, Dancing Goat Distillery