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The Brewhouse


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The Brewhouse is a fantasy-styled building that can be used for role-playing or tabletop war games. Featuring hinged doors, removable roofs and multiple storeys. It’s recommended to print the smaller pipes with supports. There is a small print version

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This product is delivered as a .ZIP file pack containing STL files for use on a home 3D Printer.


Ironhelm’s rich soils produce fine quality hops, only the best of which are harvested to create the legendary Darkbeard Ale. Within massive copper vats, the tightly-guarded secret recipe ferments, carefully watched over night and day by skilled dwarven brewers. 



  • Reference sheet for small printer option is included in the zip file.
  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.
  • Product measurements can be found in the image gallery.

Additional information



Layer Height

.2 for Normal Quality .1 for High Quality (.2 Layer height is recommended)


Requires supports on some files

6 questions for The Brewhouse

  1. richtert (verified owner)

    Can you print the roof without supports? Getting ready to print it, and getting nervous that it would fail without supports… but man… thats a LOT of support material if its needed.

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      The roof has test printed fine without supports. We’ve designed and cut it so it doesn’t need supports.

  2. jhubler007 (verified owner)

    does the level 2 ver 1.0 print without supports? lt looks like the windows will need them but I can’t only print with supports in the windows.

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      Level 2 does print without supports. As long as there is little detail on the underside of top of the window the print head can successfully bridge the gap when printing.

  3. Graham (verified owner)

    Hi I find the chimneys very fragile, can you suggest a way to print with a greater infil for the thinner parts compared to the rest of the building.
    I was thinking about slicing them and printing them separately, with a rectangular modifier to stop it printing on the model?
    Anyone with a better solution?

  4. Graham (verified owner)

    sorry re reading that it doesn’t make sense.
    I mean slice the chimneys and print separately with a large infill.
    on the roof cover with a support blocker (can’t think of the proper term) Prusa slicer has these to reduce the amount of support, you select a rectangle or cylinder draw and size appropriately place them where you don’t want support to print (in this instance hide the chimney on the roof and if done carefully you’ll have a flat surface to glue the separate chimney)

    • Nicholas Jebson

      Hey Graham,
      Don’t worry, I understood what you meant. As the lower section of the roof doesn’t really have much infill in the first place there is no real reason why you couldn’t just increase the infill for the whole piece. However I do know how to increase infill density in the overall print for both Prusa and Cura. For Prusa you can load up the piece, then over on the right you can right click your file and bring up object settings. Go to “add modifier” and create a generic box, re-sizing and moving it so that it covers where you want to change the density and then edit the boxes settings for “infill” to whatever you want the infill to be. When you slice the piece you should be able to see the change of density in the layers (especially if you choose different shapes for the layers, much easier to see then).
      In Cura you need to go to Preferences on the top bar, configure Cura, go to settings and turn on “Gradual Infill” steps and “gradual infill step height”. This will half the density of the infill the lower down the print it is. you now just need to select how many times you want it to half the density and at what heights, then set your infill density to the highest number you require. For your situation i would work out the lowest point on the chimney and select 2 steps for the gradual layer, setting the step height to be just below it.
      I hope that helps

  5. Christopher Medina (verified owner)

    Are there any detailed instructions for assembly? I have a few questions like, how are the doors supposed to stay in the doorways? Is there a recommended pin system or are these just supposed to be glued (which would mean they would open the way I assumed)? Additionally, are the tanks glued to the roof? I’ve printed out all the large pieces (gorgeous by the way), and doors, but I don’t really understand how to put the smaller pieces togehter.

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      You can use a small piece of filament as a hinge pin for the doors. I would recommend printing 6 legs for each of the tanks, but it’s entirely up to you whether you glue them to the roof.

  6. gsorem (verified owner)

    which pieces need to be supported? brand new to all this

    • Jo Boorer

      The Pipe corners and the bracket need support.

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