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Brassneck Brewery

Flowcrete Brews Brilliant Floor for Birth of Brassneck Brewery

Flowcrete Americas has collaborated with Brassneck Brewery in Vancouver, B.C, to provide a hardwearing and hygienic flooring surface for its busy, customer facing production area.

Brassneck Brewery opened on October 2nd 2013 and is a neighbourhood brewery servicing Mount Pleasant and the surrounding area that includes a tasting room and growler shop. 

Before the business could begin fermenting, showcasing and selling beer, it needed to transform the existing warehouse space that it had chosen as its new centre of operations. However before it could become a fully functional brew house the aging floor had to be refurbished into a seamless, visually appealing, robust and high performance surface.

To achieve this Flowcrete’s licensed applicator installed the self-levelling, slurry-broadcast flooring system Flowfresh SLB at a thickness of 3/16” to provide an ultra-hygienic alternative to traditional epoxy floor screeds with enhanced durability and anti-slip properties.

Flowcrete’s antimicrobial treated cementitious urethane flooring system, Flowfresh SRQ was also installed over a smaller area at a heavy duty thickness of 1/4” to provide a positively textured floor finish, which is resistant to thermal shock and moisture vapor transmission.

Flowfresh was used to create coving within the brewery to ensure a seamless transition between the floor and the wall that would be as strong, antibacterial and impervious as the rest of the floor finish. The floor was supplied in a decorative quartz effect to help make the brewery a pleasant and interesting environment for staff, visitors and customers. 

The floor finish was sealed with the fast cure, gloss, chemical resistant, polyurea coating Flowseal Ultra.

Project Details

  • Client: Brassneck Brewery
  • Products: Cementitious Urethane
  • Market Sector: Food and Drink
  • Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • Year: 2013

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