Here is the three story lime stone building on Commerce Street. Brewery Creek Inn has five rooms located above the Brewpub Restaurant. Two on the second floor and three on the third. While the amenities are the similar, each has it’s own personality and appeal. Which room is best? That is for you to discover.
In the morning they serve a “Continental plus” breakfast in our second floor guest lounge. This is a simple casual breakfast offering coffee, tea, fruit, juice, yogurt, cereal, toasting bread, hard boiled eggs and really good sweets! Coffee is available as early as you need and we bring the breakfast out at 8:30 AM. It will be out until 9:30 or 10:00. Your holiday. Your pace.
Their brewery is a modern, 15-barrel brew house capable of making up to 3,000 barrels of beer per year. They can make ales or lagers, but mostly it has been ales, which tend to have a more complex flavor profile. They can use a simple one step infusion mash, or more elaborate multi-temperature steps.
The Brewery Creek Brewpub is an intimate space with exposed stone walls, hand hewn timbers and beams, supporting posts and a beautiful bar. You will not find another like it. We seat about 50 including our bar seats. Our kitchen closes by 8:00 or 8:30, depending on the day of the week, to ensure quiet by 10:00 for our lodging guests.
A golden ale, light in color, patterned after the “Kolsch” beer of Cologne. Moderately hopped and refreshing and about 5% abv. Our lightest beer.
India Pale Ale
Huge amounts of hops both bittering ion the kettle and flavor in the fermenter. The problem with most modern “IPAs” is that they have lots of hops, but no age. Traditionally IPAs were at least a year old before consumption. Ours is about 6 months. During that time the hops undergoa change, mellowing.
A classic drink of the British Islanders, beer and lemonade. Alth0ugh the modern Brits and Ausies use Seven up (gasp!) we are more traditional with the ‘ol lemonade and some lime. Sweetish, and sourish, and beery and refreshing. When the last keg of Summer is gone, no more till Spring.
It is a Pale Ale, everybody knows what that means, yeah? Good amount of hop bitterness, no dry hopping. American hops.
This porter is based on a recipe from the Caledonian Brewery in Edinburgh, Scotland.