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Decipher Brewing Company

Results from VisitAble's Accessibility Test



Description of Section

This includes the number of accessible parking spaces, the labeling of the accessible parking spaces, and the accessibility of the accessible parking spaces.


  • There are 2 accessible parking spaces near this establishment, both are less than 100 feet away from the entrance

  • There is signage to mark these spaces as accessible


Pathway to Entrance and Entrance

Description of Section

This includes the accessibility of the pathway from the accessible parking spaces to the entrance (including curb ramps, ground/floor surfaces, etc.) and the accessibility of the entrance itself (widths of doors, lips under doors, etc.).


  • The pathway to the entrance is on gravel and then an upward-sloping sidewalk, and the entire pathway is less than 75 feet long from the accessible parking spaces, and is at least 36 inches wide

  • The transition from gravel to the sidewalk has about a 1/4-inch vertical change

  • The sidewalk just beyond the gravel parking lot has a slight slope, but the intersecting sidewalk on the right which leads to the entrance door has a greater slope

  • There is one entrance/exit that has 2 doors that are non-automatic; both of the entrance doors are 32 inches wide, have accessible thresholds, have accessible door hardware at accessible heights, require pulling to enter the location and pushing to exit the location, are not difficult to open force-wise, and are both glass doors with trim on them

  • There is one rug before the exterior entrance door, and the exterior entrance door has maneuvering clearance of about 16.5 inches to pull the door open

  • There are red-lettered “EXIT” signs above the interior exit door and exterior exit door when leaving the location, and there is a “Please Call for Assistance” sign on the exterior entrance door when entering the location


Interior Pathways

Description of Section

This includes accessibility of different items in the location, pathways in the location, signage, cleanliness of pathways, how steep pathways are, presence of inaccessible areas, accessibility of doors not covered by other sections, accessibility of any complimentary water/refreshments/snacks, and the presence and accessibility of any seating.


  • The surface inside of the location is all smooth concrete, but the outdoor seating area has a mulch surface

  • To access the mulched outdoor seating area, there is a step down to get from a concrete slab to the mulch, but there is a briefcase ramp that can be provided upon request (if it hasn’t been provided automatically)

  • The briefcase ramp to access the outdoor area has a slightly steep slope, does not have handrails, and the landing at the top of where the ramp is placed is about 5 feet wide and 4 feet deep

  • It’s possible the outside seating area door might be difficult to pull open when trying to enter the location again due to the maneuvering space next to the door which is about 16 inches wide and 4 feet deep

  • There are accessible seating options spread throughout the location, inside and outside, but the bar does not have accessible seating

  • All pathways for patrons to access are at least 3 feet wide and clear of objects

  • Some snacks, items in the fridge, merchandise, and other items may be at an inaccessible height, but staff are more than happy to help get and transport anything for you

  • The point of sale and card reader are placed behind the bar, but are moveable and can be placed wherever is best for the customer

  • By downloading and using the “Arryved” application on your mobile device, customers can start and close tabs by themselves - this takes care of payment, but customers will have to go up to the bar to order the beer they would like, and the staff member behind the bar can bring the beer to the table of the customer upon request

  • There is signage available to help customers navigate to the exit and to the bathrooms - these are both signs that are over 80 inches above the floor without braille or tactile lettering

  • There are high ceilings in this location, so acoustics may not be ideal for some customers, however there is an outside seating space that may be more ideal for communication, and is usually more quiet

  • During our visit, which was not at a busy time, we measured the sound level to be about 75 decibels inside the location and 65 decibels outside

  • There is an updated beer list on the “On Tap” page of Decipher Brewing’s website as well as on “Untappd”, which includes information about if any of the beer products contain lactose, nuts, and/or other allergens

  • There are windows, but shades are not available

  • Customers can leave dishes and trash at their table for staff to clean

  • There are bags with handles available to carry items home

  • There are no braille, print, or large print menus available, but there is an updated beer list on the “On Tap” page of Decipher Brewing’s website as well as on “Untappd”, and there are QR codes on the bar to take customers to these online menus



Description of Section

This includes bathrooms being labeled as accessible, the width of bathroom and accessible stall doors, location of doors, height of door openers off the floor, weight of doors, presence of appropriate grab bars, the ability for a customer using a wheelchair to completely turn around in the bathroom/accessible stall, the height of the flush controls off the floor, the reachability of the sink/toilet paper/soap/drying equipment/lights, and the height of mirrors off the floor.


  • There are two multi-use bathrooms which are both labeled as accessible, one of them is labeled Men’s bathroom and the other Women’s bathroom - the signs have high color contrast, braille, and raised tactile characters

  • The bathroom doors and accessible stall doors are not difficult to open force-wise, have appropriate maneuvering clearances, are self-closing, do not require pinching, twisting, or grasping to open or lock, do not have a lips underneath them, have handles at accessible heights, and have openings that are 32-33 inches wide

  • Both bathrooms have at least one accessible stall that is spacious enough to allow a customer using a wheelchair to turn around - these accessible bathroom stalls have: toilet paper at an appropriate distance, appropriate grab bars, and hooks on the back of the doors that are over 48 inches above the floor

  • The sinks’ controls, counters, and spaces underneath the sink counters are accessible (include pipes being insulated underneath the sink), but it’s possible a trash can is in the way when approaching the sink or the paper towels

  • The soap, manual light switches, and drying equipment are at accessible heights, but the bathroom mirrors are not

  • The urinal in the bathroom labeled “Men” has a urinal in it that is 16 inches deep measured from the front rim to the wall it is attached to and the front rim is 18 inches above the floor



Description of Section

This includes the presence of accessibility features to make this establishment go above and beyond the accessibility of other establishments of the same type.


  • There are plastic/paper cups and straws available

  • Employees are going through or have gone through a disability etiquette training to differentiate their customer service

  • There is a dry erase whiteboard behind the bar for alternative communication that is available upon request

  • There are outlets available at accessible heights in the location

  • This location is dog-friendly

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