Why we do it
There are 3 core values & ideas that we, as a business & brewery, hold dear to our hearts:
We believe in bringing the “Community Center” out of Government offices and back into the daily lives of citizens. A venue to relax and discuss the topics of the day with our fellow citizens, friends, neighbors and families.
We believe in creating an open and welcoming environment for the whole family to enjoy. You can’t create good conversation without having a great locale to do it in, no matter the age group. We’re a family business, and we are proud to bring our daughter here to participate in the chin-wagging!
Beer has always been a social lubricant, and we’re here to return it to that rightful position. The heritage styles of beer are more balanced in flavor, and reasonable in alcohol content so that we can all have some pints and good conversation without overdoing it!
How We Brew
To make a classic beer taste outstanding you need the right mix of ingredients and tradition.
Our malts are sourced from some of the oldest malthouses & maltsters in the UK, bringing that vintage flavor to our beers.
The right hop, at the right time, in the right amount can bring a listless, bland beer into the realm of the sublime. But you don’t want to over do it – It needs to be just right.
In our pursuits of good libations, we must always acknowledge & celebrate the work and brewing prowess of those who have come before us. It’s in their footprints that we walk with our mugs full.
Current Tap Lineup
We focus on Heritage-Style Ales from all over the world and through history. Our seasonal menu is known to
change up from time-to-time, but our Flagships are usually on most of the year.
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I began home brewing in 2005 and discovered that my burgeoning interest in craft brewing was not only a fascination for the origins of beer styles and ingredients, but also the global influences on regional and historical characteristics.