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The Church by The Lost Abbey

Conversion of former 1906 Mexican Presbyterian Church to a tasting room and kitchen.

PROJECT

DETAILS

Following in the footsteps of their religious experience, The Church is the newest debut of breweries from The Lost Abbey. Prevost was awarded the tenant improvement project in early 2021, converting the former 1906 Mexican Presbyterian Church to a tasting room and kitchen in San Diego’s East Village neighborhood. The project included 2,600 sq. ft. of interior space and a 3,000 sq. ft. outdoor beer garden. The craft brewery is outfitted with a monastery theme, featuring white-and-gray marble bar top, custom tables and pew-style benches, and an altar centerpiece. The design was complete with stained-glass pieces designed by local artist Paul Bloomquist. Spanning the interior is a plethora of the iconic heaven-and-hell visuals and biblical statues. Rounding out the project is an Après-like ski deck that will house their on-site eatery. This is the 3rd location for Belgian-inspired brewing company.

PROOF IS IN THE NUMBERS

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Year Old Church Building

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FEATURES

Every project is fully customized to satisfy the specific needs of our client’s business. Here are a few features that make this space especially unique.

32 Tap Handles

The brewery carries a large variety of their local beers

Custom Stained-Glass Piece By Local San Diego Artist

Church Features Were Left in Tact

DREAM TEAM

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