2017 is going to be a busy year. Please check back for upcoming events, as all events will be posted online.
February 18 – Second Annual Barn Sale
March 18 - St Patty Day Party
4/20 – Third Annual Beer Dinner with Rio Tomatlin
Dec 23 Bob and Dee at the Barn 4:30 to 7pm
Dec 31 - NYE Party - Mulberry Soul with Aaron from 1 to 4pm
November 5th – 3rd Anniversary Party
Anniversary 3 Beer –Imperial IPA
3 barrel aged beers
TAP NY Gold Winner - rye whiskey porter
Rye whiskey imperial stout
Original music 2-5pm
Lakeside Foodtruck from 12-5pm
17 Abandon Beers on tap
Growler Specials, bring your own for refills
Small group tours of brewery and barrel room
Official Fairbrother lighting of the Bonfire
November 12th – Golden Strong Vertical
- Rye Whiskey barrel aged
- Bourbon barrel aged
- Grape Brandy barrel aged
- Belgian Golden Strong
November 26th – Black Rye IPA
December 3rd – Snug Harbor
Dates tbd – Barrel Age Imperial Stout and Flagship Bottle Releases
December 31st - News Years Eve Party
HISTORY ON TAP Suggested donation of $5
Stories From Yates Past
July 28, 2016
Retired history teacher and active raconteur Rich MacAlpine discusses his latest book, Stories from Yates Past, which brings the history of our county alive. Chapters include Nate Norcutt: Cabbage Huckster and Human Landmark, The Great Jerusalem Bathing Suit Controversy, and Yates County’s Biggest Fourth of July. Copies of the book will be available for sale, and Rich will be happy to autograph yours. Over 15 beers on tap!
Ralph Hall: Branchport's Favorite Painter
August 25, 2016
Ralph Hall first came to Branchport in the 1920s, and soon became a favorite local painter as well as a nationally known illustrator. His pictures adorn many local gathering places. Ralph’s nephew, Ted Hall, who still has a family place in Branchport, will discuss his uncle’s work as well as Branchport back in the day. Some of Ralph’s paintings will be on display.
The Dearly Departed Return
September 17, 2016
Susan B. Anthony, Annie Edson Taylor, Darius Ogden, and Inez Wilder Brown return to Yates County thanks to re-enactors from the Yates County History Center. Susan you know. Annie went over Niagara Falls in a barrel. Darius was a Penn Yan man who became consul general in Hawaii and has a connection to Moby Dick, while Inez was first a student and then a teacher at Keuka College way back when.
*Sponsored by Yates County History Center.