Next Stop: Brewhalla’s Open Doors
[Midland Door Solutions & the Transformation of Drekker Brewing Company]
Story by Jenessa McAllister / Photography by J. Alan Paul Photography, with additional images by Ironclad Marketing
Conversations buzz and beer flows from the tap. In the distance, a train roars past. The train’s presence is subtle and fleeting, but not lacking significance. After all, the building that’s now home to a brewery and taproom spent its early years as a locomotive maintenance facility. Brewhalla is one of Fargo’s finest breweries, and it’s located in a building that’s older than the state itself. Named in honor of their Scandinavian heritage, the team at Drekker Brewing Company opened Brewhalla, its second location, in September 2018. With features heavily influenced by the building’s history and an entrance flanked with sizeable picturesque custom doors, the structure now appears breathtaking and effortless, but the road getting there was anything but.
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