A brewery produces beer, one of the world’s oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic beverages. Breweries are generally classified as microbrewery, regional brewery or macrobrewery based on the amount of beer they produce.
Fermentation is the process by which sugars won from malt are converted into alcohol and carbon dioxide. This occurs after the wort is cooled and yeast is added to it.
Great place for a quick bite to eat and drinks. They have tons of beer on tap, including seasonal and specialty beers. Try their poo poo platter appetizer, and the Bunker Hill Blueberry stout beer. You can also sign up for their loyalty card and get $10 a month in free food/drinks. Great place for groups! Also try the Beef Ribs special in June. They are amazing! And the oversized plate makes it perfect for sharing.
Unified Beerworks offers a variety of craft beers, wines, ciders, mead, sake and fermented hot sauces. They also carry a large selection of rare and cellared beer. Owners and brewers Jeff Mannion and Erika Anderson have different tastes when it comes to beer, but they are united in their passion for craft beer and creating a place where the community can come together over good beer and conversation. Jeff makes hazy New England style IPAs and Pale Ales, while Erika concocts fruity Sours and funky Saisons. They and their staff look forward to welcoming you! Cheers!
A refreshing hop-forward pale ale with a delicate balance of citrus, herbal, and earthy flavors. This supremely hoppy ale utilizes lupulin powder, a cryogenically-extracted concentrate of hop resins and oils that can impart big bouquets of fruity, potent hops with little bitterness.
Paul has worked for the Brewers Association since 2012 and believes working in support of a great industry is one of the best jobs in the world. In his time with the Association, he has seen New York State’s brewing community double in size, fought off several threats to the industry and created an incredible network of dedicated and passionate people.
Unified Beerworks opened in October 2018, as a labor of love for owners Jeff Mannion and Erika Anderson. Although they have very different tastes in beer, music and paint colors, they are unified in their passion for creating a unique environment where people can relax and build strong communities.
Meghan came to the NYSBA in 2015 after a career in both the private and public sector with a focus on organizational strategy. She is proud to represent the breweries of New York, and hopes that the work she does will help them thrive for years to come.