So, if you are one of our Founders, or a member of The Wolf Pack – or even if you just spend some time around us here at Wolf Hollow you know we are about more than just beer. Oh, the beer is important – but for us, it is the craft we enjoy on our way to fulfilling our core Mission. You can read about it by clicking on the tab called About Us above…or you might just find yourself in the Brewery or at an event where something like this happens:
Last Thursday we were filling growlers and greeting old and new friends as they entered the Brewery. A couple of “first-timers” came in and introduced themselves and began making their way through a flight of samples. As we talked they explained that the elderly gentlemen with them had lived in a house just a quarter mile from our Brewery back in the late ’30s/early ’40s. We were having a great time talking about the church (where our Brewmaster works) and this man used to walk “in to town” for 5 cent lunches and the one-room schoolhouse he attended right next door to our Brewery. When he described the house where he had lived as a boy, we shared how the new owner of that home is one of our Wolf Pack members. And then, as if on cue, that member walked into the Brewery. The people in the Brewery were able to see two people – generations apart- conversing about a home that they have in common. Joe had moved out of that house in 1945 and Dave moved in in 2014. What does it take to increase the chances of friends and visitors coming together in their community to know each other’s history and share each others lives? Perhaps, Your Beer. Brewed Here.
Stop in and see us this Thursday or Friday. We have lots of fresh beer in the Brewery and Fall Tree Oktoberfest Season is upon us!
September 27th Noon – 9:00pm
Wolf Hollow Brewing Co. will be selling pints and merchandise at the Town of Glenville Oktoberfest at Maalwyck Park
October 4th 1:00pm
Cycling, Tasting and Growler fills at WHBC! The Mohawk-Hudson Cycling Club is sponsoring the Howlin’ Wolf Ride from our location in West Glenville.
October 18th 2:00pm
Schenectady Historical Society opens “Hops and Hogsheads” History of Brewing and Beer Exhibit at Mabee Farm. WHBC will be there for samples and growler fills!