Come Celebrate with us...St. Patrick's Day Lunch & Dinner MenuBlessing of our Bar (5pm), Brown's 22 year tradition. Pastor Ed Marcelle of Terra Nova Church will do the honors, accompanied by our Taproom Pipers, Iain and Jeff from Schenectady Pipe Band."Get Up Jack" Band featuring former members of Hair Of The Dog, in Revolution Hall. Rev Hall Doors open at 6pm, Show 7-10pm. Tickets are $15 pre-sale and $18 at the door (if not sold out)Tickets will be available in Troy & Walloomsac Taproom Bars and online in our store.Get Up Jack will be recording a live CD of the show
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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.
You came, you ate, you voted, and you made our Fifth Annual Firehouse Cookoff a whooping success! We raised $3700 to be donated to two worthy charities both dedicated to helping the finest and bravest first responders in their time of need.An extra special thanks to the participating Firehouses, Clifton Park, Defreestville, East Greenbush, Fuller Road, Green Island, Schenectady, Troy, Verdoy, Watervliet, West Sand Lake and Wynantskill.You have to be in it to win it, and it was the job of our estee...More [+]
Brown's Walloomsac Taproom is now open to the public for tasting and tours with a light menu coming soon. The new retail space features a 56 foot reclaimed hardwood factory floor bar with riveted steel panels -inspiration for the name of Brown's New Riveter IPA. The opening marks the culmination of an eight year year build out of a renovated 19th century paper mill on the Walloomsac River in North Hoosick, New York. Brown's Walloomsac Taproom and Brewery is open Wednesday through Friday (3pm-9pm) and Saturday and Sunday (12pm-9pm), Brewery tours 3pm and 5pm,Saturday & Sunday. Brown's Walloomsac Taproom is located at 50 Factory Hill Road, Hoosick Falls, NY.
Hop on the Bus....The Magical Mystery Ride begins in Troy on April 26th. What do we have in store for you on the ride you ask? Your ticket to ride includes: -Round trip transportation to TAP NY Craft Beer Festival -Brown's quality festival tee (you'll be stylin')-Entry to the Festival, April 26th-Brown's Dependable Ales & Lagers to quench your mid morning thirst on the bus ride down to Hunter Mountain-Brown's stickers, keychain/bottle opener and other goodies to spoil you -The Brown's promise that what happens on the bus stays on the bus Tickets on sale now at Brown's Taproom in Troy and Hoosick Falls, Walloomsac Taproom. Online at browns brewing.com/store
Brown's Cream Ale won the Gold Medal for Best Beer in the Hudson Valley at the 2014 TAP New York Craft Beer & Fine Food Festival in Hunter Mountain on April 27. The competition was stiff, but the Cream rose to the top. Brown's Brewing Company President and Founder Garry Brown celebrates here with Brown's Taproom Barkeep Eric Bentley at the festival's awards ceremony.