S B W.
It was like a
Piece of artwork
an icon to become,
Saucy Brew Works.
The welder was so excited to see
both front and back perspectives.
Hope this isn’t putting
anyone to sleep!
Randy’s mural of the label
which will be printed on
Saucy Brew Works
was well received,
Cleveland Plain Dealer
included his name
as well as a brewery publication.
The perspective of this is what
drove me to climb high above it,
along with checking out the canning
line for the brews of beer, ale and stout.
The pallet, machinery and other
equipment were fascinating to me!
I have a lot of cool shots to share
over the next few weeks.
It was a delicious party,
salads and sample trays,
individually placed orders
for intriguing flat bread
pizzas. We ordered sweet fig,
sliced apples, caramelized onions,
cilantro, and goat cheese veggie pizza;
while one member of our group
chose duck on the pizza!
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The party must be extended over
to our Thursday Door’s host,
Norm Frampton. Please
check out his blog
where links are
Doors featured galore!
Hope you enjoyed this
This is one of a few posts
from an exciting night and
opportunity for my brother,
This is a bathroom for the women
which wasn’t painted by my brother.
The painting of large warehouse door,
along with a symbol for “saucy,”
will be displayed. Another time,
very soon, I will post photos
of an amazing group including
investors, brewmaster and guests
at what was called the
“Soft Opening” before the
public’s “Grand Opening.”
I was able to attend, Randy
extended his invitation to also
include his friend, Randy and
a nice lady friend named Cathy.
Come on over to see Norm Frampton’s
Thursday Door posts, found at:
Hope you find several fun,
many serious, elegant
This is the door to a new
restaurant, tavern, brewery’s
Happy to hear this has a
baby changing table.
Randy did a huge mural on the
industrial garage door,
will display in a few
It is called
Saucy Brew Works.
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The “soft opening” was exciting
and delicious in my white stout which
had a chocolate flavored “finish.”
Of course, I will overdo my posts,
since you will wish to join the party!
This door is part of a series hosted
by Norm Frampton called
Check out more
Happy hunting at:
Thanks for viewing this doors’ series.
No need to comment on all four! 😊
The etched glass design has
three panes, little beaded look,
etched glass panels like square in
the middle. It appears as an artistic
reminder of the past, but uncertain
this is truly antique. I trust you
will inform me, as some have
wandered in door sample
departments of home
I like the full image
since it really has
what some may
call “curb appeal.”
This Thursday’s Doors
is a part of a community
of door photo collector’s.
Who knows what you may
discover on Norm Frampton’s
blog where links will take you to
more doors than you ever saw!
It may lead you to join his
door collecting “gang.”
Have a great ending of your week!