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Benedictine Brewery

Mt Angel, Oregon

Over 100 volunteers–monks, seminaries, carpenters, timber framers, and community members–helped raise the frame for the Mount Angel Abbey's Benedictine Brewery. The frame had 310+pcs, six bents (think of this as a truss, with legs), and a building footprint of 80’ long, 40’ wide, and 24’ to the ridge. The timbers themselves came from the monastery’s own forests. Both the brewery space and the tasting room are replete with the craft of wood, brew, and community.

See our blog for more of the story and check out a video of the raising

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