Beer we go! Holiday homes have beer ON TAP, 24-7
Four “beer houses” will be built in southern Poland, with beer from the local brewery on tap.
Located in the village of Tenczynek in southern Poland, roughly between Kraków and Katowice, the houses will be built on land owned by the town’s brewery, Browar Tenczynek.
Dating back to 1553, the brewery produces a wide range of beers, including classic lagers and wheat beers, as well as types that have gained in popularity more recently, like IPA and Milk Stout.
The houses were designed by architecture studio TEAM S.C. from the town of Busko-Zdrój. Each of them will have an area of over 100 m2 and include a bedroom, a kitchen and a bathroom.
The highlight will be in the living room, which will have access to the beer taps. Residents will be able to choose which Browar Tenczynek products they want to have on tap.
The price of the beer will be calculated in the same way that how much water people use is measured – using a water metre.
“The functional arrangement of the houses will allow you to spend time conveniently during short and long-term stays,” said Wojciech Kurzeja, an architect at TEAM S.C.
“The external appearance and interior design of buildings will refer to traditional and contemporary materials solutions, raw and at the same time warm, such as wood, stone, concrete or brick,” he added.
The houses’ interiors will contain modern elements and Czech furniture in original designs from the 1950s and 1960s.
Once they are built, the houses could be sold or rented out by the day. They are expected to be put up for sale in 2022.
Residents will be able to enjoy the nearby Tenczynek Landscape Park, a protected area of over 100 km2 which includes forests, various species of protected plants and even caves.
There are five nature reserves on the park’s territory.