Beer Company Uses Treehouse For Meetings
Dogfish Head Brewery, the Delaware-based craft beer maker behind 60-, 90- and 120-Minute IPAs and other tasty craft beers, has a tree house located in the front of its Milton, Del. offices that it uses for additional meeting space.
The Steampunk Treehouse, created by artist Sean Orlando and the 5-Ton Crane Arts Group of Oakland, California, was installed at Dogfish Head Craft Brewery in 2010. It seems to have helped start a trend of other progressive companies including tree houses near their office spaces. This tree house originally debuted at the 2007 Burning Man festival in Nevada.
In addition, two bocce courts flank the tree house on the Dogfish Head grounds.
So, Dogfish Head employees:
1- make and sample great craft beer.
2- use a tree house for meetings.
3- get to play bocce ball on breaks.
And your office has… a stagnant water cooler, a folding table and chairs and an occasional cockroach race.