The tour took us down into the aging space. I'm sure there is an official term for the basement cellar, but I'm not sure what it is. Again, the branding looked great, even on the wine barrel they were borrowing to age a special small batch of whiskey.
They used old wood staves all over the place including this wall divider between the entryway of the stillhouse and the rest of the building. The bar was covered in them resulting in a wall that resembled an over-sized basket. They used both sides of the staves, and left a lot of the authentic details in place, including the steel strap marks and the random bung hole. The warmth and rustic feel of it added personality to the already very cool, old factory building.