How do you move your brewery?

How do you move your brewery?

On March 31st, 2015, WHBC moved out of the West Glenville Grange. It's time for your brewery to get a building that can be called your own. Although for now our taps are silent, they will be flowing fuller than ever before very soon. Keep in touch with Pete's Posts for the latest.

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Fall Festivals, New Beers and New Faces

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I know it may not feel like it, but the fall season is in full swing for us here at WHBC. Here is a list of the events you will be able to find us at in the coming weeks:

9/30: Glenville Oktoberfest (Maalwyck Park, Glenville) 12-9 pm

10/6: Drink Albany (NYS Museum, Albany) 6-9pm

10/7: 100 Mile Beerfest (Lakeside Farms, Ballston Lake) 2-6 pm

10/7: Bacon Jam (Bleecker Square, Gloversville) 2-8 pm

10/10: Galway Lions Club Octoberfest (Cock ‘N Bull, Galway) 6:30-9 pm

10/14: Adirondack Brewery Oktoberfest (ADK Brewery, Lake George) 1-5 pm

10/28: Geek-O-Ween (Shmaltz Brewery, Clifton Park) 1-5 pm

We added a new beer to our lineup this past week: Easy As Rye rye session IPA returned to the list after a long hiatus and we have more surprises in the coming weeks! We’re all extremely excited about the new beers that are being brewed and cannot wait to share them with you all in the near future. You may also be noticing some new faces behind the bar. We are excited to welcome Marc, Patti, Lauren and Connor on board to the WHBC team.

The last bit information I would like to share with everyone is that going forward, Saturday night concerts will be starting at 8 pm instead of 9 pm. We hope this makes shows easier to attend and are always looking for ways to better serve our customers.


The WHBC Team


Co-Owner and President Pete Bednarek wants nothing more than for you to know what's going on at your brewery's new location. Check the Pete's post archives for the story so far!