Pure Order in Santa Barbara is a taproom that was built inside a 2,000 square foot warehouse. The building holds a full brewing operation, complete with a large walk-in fridge, a 15-barrel brewhouse, three 30-barrel fermenters and a 30-barrel brite tank. Locals and visitors grab their beer and gather outside for some fun in the sun. The outdoor patio is where you can find bands playing, food trucks, and people enjoy a game of bocce or cornhole.
With such an abundant amount of outdoor space, a container was perfect for extra storage. Pure Order decided to rent a 20ft container from Container Alliance to help store taproom supplies, merchandise, outdoor equipment, and other miscellaneous items that they are unable to store in their actual facility. Renting a container is ideal if you need the extra space but are not ready to commit to buying a container. It is like testing driving a car before you buy it, you want to make sure it is the right fit. It is also a great option if you only need the container temporarily, maybe just for summer activities and events. The shipping container was placed discretely against the back fence so it didn’t create such an eyesore and the neutral color of the container blends into its surroundings perfectly.