The Rains have come!

March 16, 2014

The Rains have come!

The brewery is ready for paint! Yep walls are up, floors are down, the place is plastered and sanded, things look pretty good. We buy some paint and get ourselves prepared for a big weekend. That is until we get some rain, first rain in months, first rain since we stripped the room actually.

And the roof leaks, it leaks pretty good I might add...

Looks like we're putting a new roof on and repairing some damage... Nothings ever easy...

 

New battens, new insulation and new sheets, yep a new roof :-(

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