FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Our taproom is closed for the foreseeable future in 2020 - we are open for curbside pickup Tuesday - Sunday, and for outdoor seating Friday-Sunday [weather dependent].
Do you fill growlers from other breweries?
Yes, we just ask that they are reasonably clean and preferably not clear glass. We offer our own 32oz and 2L swing-top growlers for $5 and $10 each respectively.
Do you serve food?
We host food trucks at our taproom during regular business hours (see schedule on our home page). We also serve cheese & charcuterie plates prepared for us by 109 Cheese & Wine (Ridgefield), smoked almonds prepared by Taproot (Bethel), and potato chips and popcorn. You are also more than welcome to bring your own food from home, order delivery while you're here, or grab some take-out and bring it to our taproom.
Are children allowed in the taproom?
Yes, but only with a parent or legal guardian (don’t bring your friend’s kid without their parent too) - it’s the law. And PLEASE, please, accompany and be attentive to your child at all times. The brew house is a workspace (read: potential dangers lurk) and the taproom is meant for adult relaxation and enjoyment. Let’s work together to keep it all safe and fun. There are changing tables in both of our restrooms for your convenience.
IN CONSIDERATION OF OTHER'S SPACE, WE KINDLY REQUEST THAT STROLLERS ARE NOT BROUGHT INTO THE TAPROOM - THANKS FOR UNDERSTANDING.
Are dogs allowed in the taproom?
We love dogs, but as per public health code but they are not allowed in our taproom (with the exception of service animals). Thanks for understanding.
Do you serve any soft drinks?
Yes - Cross Culture Kombucha, Rise Cold Brew Coffee, Hosmer Mountain Soda, and seltzer.
Do you accept reservations?
At this point the answer unfortunately is no - sorry.
Can I book the taproom for a private event?
Yes, but not during regular business hours - please see here for more info.
Can I buy a keg?
Sorry but we are no longer offering kegs for direct-to-consumer sales at this
time for a variety of logistical and quality control reasons. Having said that,
you can purchase up to 3 cases of 16oz cans from us - which is almost twice as
much beer as the amount in a log [this is the CT state maximum - we occasionally will limit can purchases when inventory is running low].
Can I bring my own wine/other alcohol into the taproom?
No - sorry.
Do you serve wine?
Yes. We offer a small curated selection of canned wines - at this point two whites and a red. As time goes on and more quality wines become available in cans, expect our list to grow and evolve.
Do you serve any other alcoholic beverages?
Yes - both a dry and a rose cider from Shacksbury, one of our favorite hard cider producers.
Do you sell gift cards?
Yes - they are available for purchase in our taproom and online here.
We are looking for a donation - how do we facilitate that?
Who distributes your beer/how can I place a wholesale order?
Connecticut - we are proudly self-distributing. Please get in touch with Chris Greeney [ firstname.lastname@example.org ].
Other States - we occasionally send beer (with little regularity) to Massachusetts through Craft Beer Guild.
Who designed your logo/label artwork/taproom?
We work with the incredible Brian Steely on all our visual design - he's responsible for our logo and can artwork, and will be continuing to create more awesome stuff for us down the road...
Matt & Sarah Rink of New Antiquity designed and built our tables, bar tops, cabinetry and all sorts of other stuff in our taproom. They do amazing, unique work!