SETTING THESAURUS

BREWERY



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Settings should always be chosen with care. Consider the emotion you want your viewpoint character to feel and how setting choices, weather elements, and symbolism might build a specific mood in the scene, create tension and conflict, or even raise the stakes.
SIGHTS:
Large stainless steel tanks (brew kettle, an airtight fermenter, aging tanks, conditioning tanks, etc.)
Stacks that lead up to the roof to vent steam
Pipes connecting different equipment
Pumps
Lit buttons indicating if a piece of equipment in on or off (green and red)
Hoses and tubing (gathered in loops or criss-crossing the floor)
Gauges for temperature and pressure readings
Wide pathways between equipment
Swinging doors
Clean surfaces, polished floors
Bright lighting
High ceilings
A ladder leaning against the wall
Venting and air exchangers
A storage room (for bags of grain, malt, hops, yeast, honey, spaies, and other additives and flavorings, empty kegs, and other brewing supplies)
The brewery's logo on the wall
A taproom room (kegs, drought taps, coolers, menus, flight boards, beer glasses, long tables, bottles, bartender, servers, polished bar area)
A barrel room (aging casks with dates and batch information)
A processing room (kegs, bottles or cans, caps, labels, automated equipment, assembly lines, belts, boxes, employees in hairnets and overall uniforms managing the process)
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RELATED SETTINGS THAT MAY TIE IN WITH THIS ONE:
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