Finally Making it the Strike Brewery and Tap Room

Chin Music is a tasty Pale Ale

It’s been a busy summer for Strike Brewing.  They’ve completed their brewery and opened their tap room.  Well, the tap room is not quite open.   According to Strike’s website,  it’s “openish”, from Wednesday-Friday from 3 pm – 7 pm.  That’s good enough for most people.

It’s taken a while to get there, but I finally got a chance to check the place out.  The old cavernous warehouse room I remember back last winter now houses gleaming brewing equipment, a large refrigeration room, and a few picnic tables complete with the Strike logo on them to create a tap room.  I got a chance to try a couple pints of Chin Music, a tasty Pale Ale only available in the tap room as well as few select locations on draft.  I’m sure we’ll be seeing some more of Brewmaster Drew Erhlich’s creations at Strike’s tap room soon enough.

There was a little placard on the bar announcing a Grand Opening of the tap room October 4th.  I don’t know about you, but I’ll keeping that day open.  I’ll leave you with a few pictures of the place to put this all into perspective.

Last winter, Strike Brewing was just a big empty room
Brand spanking new brewing equipment at Strike
You can have a beer at the tap room only a few feet from where it was brewed!

The Strike Brewing Tap Room, where you can talk with Brewmaster Drew Ehrlich about what you’re drinking

3 thoughts on “Finally Making it the Strike Brewery and Tap Room”

  1. I haven't been impressed by Strike's bottled offerings thus far. I hope that their taproom brews are better and more creative.


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