s Kelty's Corner Pub, Pub/Entertainment from Corner of Backyard owned by Brian Kelty #shedoftheyear
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Category: | Pub/Entertainment

Kelty's Corner Pub

Less than £100

In the Spring of 2010 as I was cleaning out the attic, I found some things that I did not want to throw away as it had some sentimental value. So, rather than keeping them boxed up and perpetually remaining in the recesses of the attic, I decided to make a space that doubled as a "mini museum" of personal items. As I was just starting to explore craft beer at the time, a mini bar came to mind and the Pub Project was born.

The shed: It was a normal garden shed built from a kit by my Father in 1970. In 1994, he asked if I wanted to move it to my property as he no longer had a use for it. So my Father, Brothers and I moved it to my home and placed it in the corner of the backyard - thus the reason 'corner' is in the name. In the Spring of 2014, my Brothers and I added the porch and I painted the shed it's deep forest pine green, accenting it in flat black. In the Spring of 2016, my best friend, JC, helped me set the posts for the beer garden and then in the Summer, set the roof structure. A few weeks later, a friend helped me put the recycled sheet metal roof on.

I brought home some recycled doors from Madison, IN and placed them as a backdrop to the Beer Garden. I added a recycled window on the side of the Pub to open into the Beer Garden and I was given some recycled stone pavers to use around the entrance to the Pub and the Beer Garden deck. At that point, I would say that Kelty's Corner Pub is completed, however; it never really is. I add things, particularly to the interior decor so patrons always find something new and interesting.

Probably the smallest Pub one could visit (only seats 5 inside), but I think it adds some character to the neighborhood.

Cheers, Brian

Shed was built in 1970 from a local hardware store kit. Metal and wood. Non-insulated. Exterior dimensions: 7'4" wide by 9'4" deep by 6'4" high.

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Year first entered 2014

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