We’d sketched at Pyramid in the evening before, (here and here) but this was the first time it was light in the brewery area. We could see the network of pipes and vessels where they brew the beer through the giant windows.
I’m not sure why I decided to do two sketches on one page that night. I guess I was feeling a little stingy with the paper. I did a couple more scribbly sketches of people that weren’t worth posting.
Our waitress was so kind and patient, not minding that four of us took over a large booth for two hours only ordering a few things. We left a good tip and thanked her. She said she was a musician herself and understood.
3 replies on “Tanks and Tipplers at Pyramid Brewery”
Ah, Pyramid…:):):) I do so miss some things about the East Bay. Great sketches as usual so thank you.
Love your sketches…you could easily put together a tourism brochure!
the color behind the men’s heads really makes it — very bold effect