The owners of Wild Ride Brewing hired Ascent Architecture to transform a vacant lumber warehouse into a brewery and tap room in downtown Redmond, Oregon. The design earned the “2013 Best Commercial Remodel” award from the High Desert Design Council and “2014 “Best Urban Industry Repurposing” from the Central Oregon Associations of Realtors.”

Central Oregon Association of Realtors (COAR) has recognized Wild Ride Brew as “Best Urban Industry Repurposing” in its 2014 Building a Better Central Oregon Awards.

Ascent Architecture & Interiors served as the project’s architect, helping owners Brian Mitchell and Paul Bergman transform an abandoned lumberyard and building into Redmond, Oregon’s most exciting new brewery. Sunwest Builders, also of Redmond, served as general contractor for the project. Wild Ride Brew is located in the City of Redmond’s Downtown Urban Renewal Distract and was supported in part by the Redmond Façade Improvement Grant program.

During the October 23 Building a Better Central Oregon awards ceremony held at The 7th Mountain Resort in Bend, a COAR representative noted the metaphorical nature of the project’s design: As Wild Ride Brew is a lumberyard turned brewery, Central Oregon is timber town turned craft beer mecca.

In 2013, the High Desert Design Council awarded Ascent Architecture & Interiors “Best Commercial Remodel” for its work on Wild Ride Brew in 2013.

Visit the Wild Ride Brew project page for more information.

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