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UER Forum > US: Pacific Northwest > First post: Old brewery (Viewed 1434 times)
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First post: Old brewery
< on 7/24/2019 1:16 AM >
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Ended up taking a road trip today to do some scouting on a few locations I had heard about and decided I might as well check the brewery while I'm at it even though I probably wouldn't make it in. I decided to park outside the entrance just to get a few shots from the outside (there was a guard patrolling so I didn't want to risk getting caught) and a man who turned out to be the property manager stopped by and started talking to me about the history of the place. He ended up opening the gate and let me drive through and take as many photos as I wanted as long as I didnt go into any of the buildings.

All the pictures I took are here: https://imgur.com/a/cQGveu6
(Sorry for the poor quality I took them on my iphone)

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Looking down from the entrance to one of the skybridges towards the brewery shipping facility

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Some machinery in one of the buildings just southeast of the main brewery complex


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Throwback to season 1 of the walking dead


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Under the bridge facing towards the main brewery building


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Wasn't allowed to go in here since security was keeping a close eye on me. I definitely want to come back in the future and go inside, it looked super cool in here and the building was massive.

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View from behind the main building for reference on how big this place really is


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Remnants of the building that caught on fire last year, from what I could find it appears to be arson due to the fact that there is no electricity in the building.













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Welcome to UER.
Better to post at least some of the shots on the thread.
Before I chase down images I want at least a preview.
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Welcome to UER.
Better to post at least some of the shots on the thread.
Before I chase down images I want at least a preview.
Once bitten, twice shy...


Thanks for the advice, it took a bit of work but I figured out how to upload pictures on here so it should look a bit better now.




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Wow, it has changed a lot since I last saw it. I've been wondering what it was like since the fire.




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Such a cool building I've spent days exploring it and still havnt seen it all. It's to bad security is pretty tight now there used to be no security before the new owner you could walk right in. Great photos. If you want to make it inside you may have better luck going at night though there are many holes in the ground that machinery used to be in that you could easily fall though. Sometimes they go give story's deep.




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Such a cool building I've spent days exploring it and still havnt seen it all. It's to bad security is pretty tight now there used to be no security before the new owner you could walk right in. Great photos. If you want to make it inside you may have better luck going at night though there are many holes in the ground that machinery used to be in that you could easily fall though. Sometimes they go five story's deep.

Oops meant to modify my last post my bad



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Glad I was able to explore this place a couple times before the fire. TBH the office building was sketch albeit amazing at the same time. We had a run in with three tweakers while exploring it and man was that fun! (not really)




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Pretty tight at the moment.


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