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The Design for Owen's Ordinary Shows Off Its Fancy Beer Draft System

It's all about the beer delivery here

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

With a sophisticated systems of pipes designed to bring fresh beer to customers, it's no wonder the design for Owen's Ordinary shows off the industrial technology involved.

The 6,000 square foot space will deliver 50 different draft beers (the majority of them from Maryland) to customers (there are also 150 beer bottles available). Find home library-esque shelving and wooden furniture in the space as well. The space was designed by Catherine Hailey. Find additional touches like wooden floors, subway tiling, a soapstone bar built into the facade (which will help serve its beer garden), and more in the 175-seat space.

The restaurant in the Pike & Rose development opens at 4 p.m. today. It's the first restaurant for Neighborhood Restaurant Group (Hazel, Birch & Barley) in Montgomery County, and will also be the first to offer off-site beers from its brewery, Bluejacket. Beer director Greg Engert is behind the beer list.

Owen's Ordinary, 11820 Trade Street, Rockville, Md.