Adapted from a poorly maintained brick building that had served as a storage area for multiple businesses, Brewery 33 morphed into a beautifully planned building designed to bring a much-needed entertainment establishment to the small town of Riverton, NJ. The tap room is a large space with high ceilings and lots of natural light to foster a bright and upbeat environment. The space is open and spacious enough to accommodate a large bar along with tables enough to serve a large crowd. Huge glass doors to the brewing area allow for viewing the tanks, and immense floor to ceiling windows in the tap room serve to connect the inside area to the outdoors. A massive “garage door” of glass leads from the tap room to the large patio with additional tables. The design fosters an ease of socialization, and the clean modern details add to the convivial atmosphere.