Enjoy an afternoon of great beer, food and live music at the Fourth Annual Capital Region Craft Brewer’s Festival, a showcase of some of the finest craft breweries in the Northeast, Rain or shine!Saturday, July 27 from 2:30 -6:30pmJoseph L. Bruno Stadium, Troy, NYA CELEBRATION of THE ART of BREWINGFor the fourth year in a row, hosted by the Tri-City ValleyCats at their home field Joe Bruno Stadium, this festival is a celebration of the art of craft brewing. You’ll get to sample some great beer, meet the brewers and enjoy a fun-filled afternoon with fellow beer lovers.Tickets are available at the Taproom bar and http://www.brownsbrewing.com/store.This is a fundraising event to benefit the New York-Penn League Charitable Foundation with proceeds being used to help provide safe and well-maintained baseball fields for children throughout the area.
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We’ve been crafting our dependable ales & lagers in the Northern Hudson Valley since 1993. From our 19th Century warehouse brewery on the Eastern shore of the mighty Hudson River, we brew a bountiful variety of well made traditional styles with a sense of pride and dutiful conviction. Our flagship Pale Ale and award winning Oatmeal Stout are some of the finest in the country, as are our Whiskey Barrel Aged Porter and Cherry Raspberry Ale. Never trendy or gratuitously extreme, our ales and lagers are beautifully balanced and reliably honest. The way we brew is a reflection of our personal style. Down to Earth. Salt of the Earth. Of the Earth.Welcome to Brown’s Brewing Company. After visiting us, we’re sure you’ll understand why we’ve been called the Best Craft Brewery in the Hudson Valley.
Chef Luca Brunelle joined WNYT Sunday morning host Dan Bazile to cook our Whiskey Porter Short Ribs and Potato Cakes as a preview to our participation in this year's Taste of Albany on May 2 at the New York Museum in downtown Albany.Click the link for the full story: http://wnyt.com/article/stories/S2996392.shtml?cat=10127 The Taste of Albany is a night of food, fun and fighting homelessness where guests can enjoy tastes from more than 30 Cap...More [+]
The 3rd Annual Firehouse Chili Cook Off was a huge success, raising $5,500 for the Burn Center and The Fireman's Home, two fine charitable organizations that care for our finest and bravest first responders in their time of need.This was the biggest and best year to date with firehouses from Amsterdam, Boght Community, Clifton Park, Colonie Village, DeFreestville, Eagle Mills, East Greenbush, Elsmere, Menands, Pittstown, Rensselaer, Schenectady, Speigletown, Troy, Verdoy, Watervliet and Wynanntskill participating.In the People's Choice tas...More [+]
Region's craft beer purveyors enjoy a boom in demand for their creative alternatives to mass-market beersBy Scott Gargan, Times Union - Wednesday, January 16, 2013Ever since Brown's Brewing Co. opened its doors on River Street in Troy two decades ago, the beer — like the lines of customers — hasn't stopped flowing.Demand for the company's stouts, porters and pale ales has grown so much that last year owners Garry and Kelly Brown made plans to open a $2.5 million craft brewery in a c...More [+]
Brown's Brewing Company fared well at this year's Living Resources' Culinary Cornucopia hosted at the Albany Marriott this past Sunday, November 12. Thirteen area restaurants participated in this annual fundraising event in which chefs competed to earn points based on American Culinary Federation (ACF) standards.A gold medal was awarded to Brown's Executive Chef Luca Brunelle, CEC by the ACF at a live cooking competition where he created 4 plates in 45 minutes including Brown's Cherry Raspberry Ale brined Duck with Sweet Potato Puree, Bacon Brussel Sprouts, Jalapeno...More [+]