Tin Mill Lager House - Hermann, MO

This 14,000 square foot adaptive reuse is one piece of the Dierberg’s “Cultural Corridor” improvements along Gutenberg Street in historic Hermann, Missouri. Previously an MFA feed store, the masonry and heavy wood-framed 1920’s structure is well suited for its new life as a brewery, tavern and sampling hall.

Limited structural modifications were required to support the German-made brass brew tank. In fact, the roof was cut away so it could be craned into place. A new corridor lined with red french doors provides visitors views into brewing and aging rooms on the main floor. Upstairs, guests will enjoy the unique, “Rube Goldberg” grain elevator machinery, whose belts, conveyors and paraphernalia run from the pilot house clear down to the basement.

Our services included assisting the Owner with graphic design of exterior signage. The tasting room interior will be outfitted with new furniture and selected antiques as the business grows. Brewmeister Don Gosen offer’s an assortment of delicious lagers and ales, so a tasting visit is highly recommended.