Fairhaven Stones Throw has been making some exciting progress. We got an exclusive walk through last week when the new shipping containers were dropped into place with a 90 ton crane. This brewery is going to be quite unique. More unique than anything I’ve seen. The brew house will be built inside those shipping containers and the brewery, outside seating and tap room built around it and in an adjoining garage. The beer lines will be gravity fed from the brew house containers into the garage.

We’re all pretty excited for Tony and Jack. They just sent out their first press release and new architectural drawings.


Stones Throw Architectural Drawings. Click for larger view.


It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a…Brewery?

Fairhaven, Wash. (April 21, 2015) — Bellingham’s newest shipping container project, Stones Throw Brewery, just landed in the heart of Fairhaven. Friday the 17th marked the final sprint to opening Bellingham’s next brewery as Stones Throw installed four shipping containers and custom brewing equipment by way of 90-ton Building off a plan for a single vessel 5bbl system, Stones Throw evolved into a 7bbl brewery with customized tanks, 5 fermenters, and 5 brite tanks. The brewing equipment was installed in repurposed shipping containers last week. Enlisting the help of local refrigeration guru, Mark of Raincountry Refrigeration, Stones Throw’s chiller will not only reclaim water from the brewing process to be used again, but also pump its latent heat into radiant floors to keep the taproom 70 degrees year round.

Stones Throw Brewery struts a tag line “Closest pint to adventure.” Their taproom decor is a collage of adventures all within a stones throw. Whether you just finished sailing on the bay, biking in the foothills, or shredding pow in the Cascades, you’ll find good company and a cozy seat next to Stones Throw’s outdoor fire pit.