Top Project of the Year: Historic Elks Lodge Renovation

The Historic Elks Lodge, built in 1922, has been a staple of the Twin Falls community for decades. The building has served many purposes throughout its long life, such as the town’s public library, a furniture store, a ballroom for special events and school dances and a business office. After 97 years, a restaurant and brewery has been added to … Read More

Main Interior Stair

The main stair corridor has been restored, and lighting has been installed to lead the way up to the new office spaces on the second floor.

Lower Patio

The steel stairs and support beams have gone in the lower patio for the brewpub and event space. In the warmer months the large double doors will be able to be opened up to facilitate large group gatherings.

Brew Pub Progress

Here you can see a progress photo of the concrete getting cut and floor openings being created for new brewery equipment. We’re looking forward to trying the cold brews that come out of this room.

Patio Views…

It may not look like much right now, but you can see the new window openings we’re creating, trimmed in steel, which will overlook the future patio area of the Historic Elks Lodge. This will be a place to see and be seen!

Thanks to Rocky Mountain Excavation!

The team at Rocky Mountain Excavation have done an amazing job stripping out years of remodeling to bring the Elks Lodge back to its original bones and pave the way for a spectacular renovation process.  This pile represents only a portion of the old sheetrock, plywood, tile, and wiring!

Demolition time.

The adjacent one-story building at 219 Shoshone has come down to make way for new street-level and basement level patio areas.  New windows and doors will provide light and access to the new Brew pub on both levels.