Events

Richie and Rosie and Friends
Jul
24
6:00 PM18:00

Richie and Rosie and Friends

Richie Stearns and Rosie Newton grew up a 150 miles and few decades apart. While both were raised by professional cellist, Richie started playing banjo at 14 and Rosie began classical piano lessons at eight, eventually moving to classical viola as a teen. Both shared incredibly unique, musically-immersed childhoods: Richie’s family founded the iconic GrassRoots Festival of Music & Dance (which he is now President of) and by her junior year of high school, Rosie was playing fiddle and touring with folk rock band The Mammals. During that time, the two were introduced at Saratoga Springs’ Flurry festival -- a meeting that would spark a fated friendship and unique musical bond. 

Check them out at the Brewery and at: https://richieandrosie.com/

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Andy Knapp & the Astro Cats
Jul
26
7:00 PM19:00

Andy Knapp & the Astro Cats

Andy Knapp & The Astro Cats are the world's greatest original alt-folk band. Songwriter Andy Knapp joins forces with drummer Dan Scherer and bassist Ray Bally to bring his catalog to life in unique and interesting ways, leaving room for surprises at each performance. The meal consists of savory lyrics, sweet guitar licks, crunchy rhythms, and chewy bass leads in a roasty melange for refined palates.

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Richie and Rosie and Friends
Aug
7
6:00 PM18:00

Richie and Rosie and Friends

Richie Stearns and Rosie Newton grew up a 150 miles and few decades apart. While both were raised by professional cellist, Richie started playing banjo at 14 and Rosie began classical piano lessons at eight, eventually moving to classical viola as a teen. Both shared incredibly unique, musically-immersed childhoods: Richie’s family founded the iconic GrassRoots Festival of Music & Dance (which he is now President of) and by her junior year of high school, Rosie was playing fiddle and touring with folk rock band The Mammals. During that time, the two were introduced at Saratoga Springs’ Flurry festival -- a meeting that would spark a fated friendship and unique musical bond. 

Check them out at the Brewery and at: https://richieandrosie.com/

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Gerard Burke
Aug
10
4:00 PM16:00

Gerard Burke

Delta bluesman Gerard Burke has entertained listeners across New York's Southern Tier and Central New York regions with his unique brand of acoustic blues, played in the style of the old masters, such as Son House, Charley Patton, and Robert Johnson. Burke recalls his mother encouraging him and his siblings to take music lessons. His first instruments were clarinet and saxophone before making his way to the guitar.

Over the past 15 years, Burke has developed an approach to his music that pays homage to its originators while still leaving room for his own personal touch. Feeling free to substitute lyrics or chord changes in these early blues compositions, he's an interpreter looking to adapt Delta blues stylings to modern day offerings. Performing on both resonator and standard acoustic guitars in open and standard tunings, Burke's playing features both slide and finger-picking styles.

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TOiVO
Aug
16
6:00 PM18:00

TOiVO

Toivo is a band from Trumansburg, N.Y. playing music for social dancing - waltzes, tangos, polkas, cajun two steps, cheek to cheek slow dances, schottisches, hambos, reels, swing, and blues. Their music is a danceable mix of instrumentals and vocals with inspiration from the cajun dance halls of Louisiana, the Tex-Mex borderlands, country honky-tonks, and the Finnish dance halls and porches of the Finger Lakes.

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Richie and Rosie and Friends
Aug
21
6:00 PM18:00

Richie and Rosie and Friends

Richie Stearns and Rosie Newton grew up a 150 miles and few decades apart. While both were raised by professional cellist, Richie started playing banjo at 14 and Rosie began classical piano lessons at eight, eventually moving to classical viola as a teen. Both shared incredibly unique, musically-immersed childhoods: Richie’s family founded the iconic GrassRoots Festival of Music & Dance (which he is now President of) and by her junior year of high school, Rosie was playing fiddle and touring with folk rock band The Mammals. During that time, the two were introduced at Saratoga Springs’ Flurry festival -- a meeting that would spark a fated friendship and unique musical bond. 

Check them out at the Brewery and at: https://richieandrosie.com/

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Gerard Burke
Sep
14
4:00 PM16:00

Gerard Burke

Delta bluesman Gerard Burke has entertained listeners across New York's Southern Tier and Central New York regions with his unique brand of acoustic blues, played in the style of the old masters, such as Son House, Charley Patton, and Robert Johnson. Burke recalls his mother encouraging him and his siblings to take music lessons. His first instruments were clarinet and saxophone before making his way to the guitar.

Over the past 15 years, Burke has developed an approach to his music that pays homage to its originators while still leaving room for his own personal touch. Feeling free to substitute lyrics or chord changes in these early blues compositions, he's an interpreter looking to adapt Delta blues stylings to modern day offerings. Performing on both resonator and standard acoustic guitars in open and standard tunings, Burke's playing features both slide and finger-picking styles.

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Gerard Burke
Oct
12
4:00 PM16:00

Gerard Burke

Delta bluesman Gerard Burke has entertained listeners across New York's Southern Tier and Central New York regions with his unique brand of acoustic blues, played in the style of the old masters, such as Son House, Charley Patton, and Robert Johnson. Burke recalls his mother encouraging him and his siblings to take music lessons. His first instruments were clarinet and saxophone before making his way to the guitar.

Over the past 15 years, Burke has developed an approach to his music that pays homage to its originators while still leaving room for his own personal touch. Feeling free to substitute lyrics or chord changes in these early blues compositions, he's an interpreter looking to adapt Delta blues stylings to modern day offerings. Performing on both resonator and standard acoustic guitars in open and standard tunings, Burke's playing features both slide and finger-picking styles.

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Gerard Burke
Nov
9
4:00 PM16:00

Gerard Burke

Delta bluesman Gerard Burke has entertained listeners across New York's Southern Tier and Central New York regions with his unique brand of acoustic blues, played in the style of the old masters, such as Son House, Charley Patton, and Robert Johnson. Burke recalls his mother encouraging him and his siblings to take music lessons. His first instruments were clarinet and saxophone before making his way to the guitar.

Over the past 15 years, Burke has developed an approach to his music that pays homage to its originators while still leaving room for his own personal touch. Feeling free to substitute lyrics or chord changes in these early blues compositions, he's an interpreter looking to adapt Delta blues stylings to modern day offerings. Performing on both resonator and standard acoustic guitars in open and standard tunings, Burke's playing features both slide and finger-picking styles.

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Gerard Burke
Dec
14
4:00 PM16:00

Gerard Burke

Delta bluesman Gerard Burke has entertained listeners across New York's Southern Tier and Central New York regions with his unique brand of acoustic blues, played in the style of the old masters, such as Son House, Charley Patton, and Robert Johnson. Burke recalls his mother encouraging him and his siblings to take music lessons. His first instruments were clarinet and saxophone before making his way to the guitar.

Over the past 15 years, Burke has developed an approach to his music that pays homage to its originators while still leaving room for his own personal touch. Feeling free to substitute lyrics or chord changes in these early blues compositions, he's an interpreter looking to adapt Delta blues stylings to modern day offerings. Performing on both resonator and standard acoustic guitars in open and standard tunings, Burke's playing features both slide and finger-picking styles.

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Gerard Burke
Jul
13
4:00 PM16:00

Gerard Burke

Delta bluesman Gerard Burke has entertained listeners across New York's Southern Tier and Central New York regions with his unique brand of acoustic blues, played in the style of the old masters, such as Son House, Charley Patton, and Robert Johnson. Burke recalls his mother encouraging him and his siblings to take music lessons. His first instruments were clarinet and saxophone before making his way to the guitar.

Over the past 15 years, Burke has developed an approach to his music that pays homage to its originators while still leaving room for his own personal touch. Feeling free to substitute lyrics or chord changes in these early blues compositions, he's an interpreter looking to adapt Delta blues stylings to modern day offerings. Performing on both resonator and standard acoustic guitars in open and standard tunings, Burke's playing features both slide and finger-picking styles.

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Richie and Rosie and Friends
Jul
10
6:00 PM18:00

Richie and Rosie and Friends

Richie Stearns and Rosie Newton grew up a 150 miles and few decades apart. While both were raised by professional cellist, Richie started playing banjo at 14 and Rosie began classical piano lessons at eight, eventually moving to classical viola as a teen. Both shared incredibly unique, musically-immersed childhoods: Richie’s family founded the iconic GrassRoots Festival of Music & Dance (which he is now President of) and by her junior year of high school, Rosie was playing fiddle and touring with folk rock band The Mammals. During that time, the two were introduced at Saratoga Springs’ Flurry festival -- a meeting that would spark a fated friendship and unique musical bond. 

Check them out at the Brewery and at: https://richieandrosie.com/

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The Notorious String Busters
Jun
21
7:00 PM19:00

The Notorious String Busters

If you like foot stompin, stage trompin, rug cuttin, string bustin, fist pumpin, gator jumpin, sweat dripping, ass kickin, name takin, jail brakin, swamp burnin, earth turnin, truck drivin, two timin, knee slappin, face plantin, hip breakin bluegrass, then you better get your dancin shoes out and put your drinkin face on.

Check them out at The Brewery and at https://www.facebook.com/The-Notorious-String-Busters-119800364735399/

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Richie and Rosie and Friends
Jun
12
6:00 PM18:00

Richie and Rosie and Friends

Richie Stearns and Rosie Newton grew up a 150 miles and few decades apart. While both were raised by professional cellist, Richie started playing banjo at 14 and Rosie began classical piano lessons at eight, eventually moving to classical viola as a teen. Both shared incredibly unique, musically-immersed childhoods: Richie’s family founded the iconic GrassRoots Festival of Music & Dance (which he is now President of) and by her junior year of high school, Rosie was playing fiddle and touring with folk rock band The Mammals. During that time, the two were introduced at Saratoga Springs’ Flurry festival -- a meeting that would spark a fated friendship and unique musical bond. 

Check them out at the Brewery and at: https://richieandrosie.com/

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Richie and Rosie and Friends
May
29
6:00 PM18:00

Richie and Rosie and Friends

Richie Stearns and Rosie Newton grew up a 150 miles and few decades apart. While both were raised by professional cellist, Richie started playing banjo at 14 and Rosie began classical piano lessons at eight, eventually moving to classical viola as a teen. Both shared incredibly unique, musically-immersed childhoods: Richie’s family founded the iconic GrassRoots Festival of Music & Dance (which he is now President of) and by her junior year of high school, Rosie was playing fiddle and touring with folk rock band The Mammals. During that time, the two were introduced at Saratoga Springs’ Flurry festival -- a meeting that would spark a fated friendship and unique musical bond. 

Check them out at the Brewery and at: https://richieandrosie.com/

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TOIVO
May
17
6:00 PM18:00

TOIVO

Toivo is a band from Trumansburg, N.Y. playing music for social dancing - waltzes, tangos, polkas, cajun two steps, cheek to cheek slow dances, schottisches, hambos, reels, swing, and blues. Their music is a danceable mix of instrumentals and vocals with inspiration from the cajun dance halls of Louisiana, the Tex-Mex borderlands, country honky-tonks, and the Finnish dance halls and porches of the Finger Lakes.

The band consists of Richard Koski, diatonic button accordion; Jason Koski, mandolin; Stefan Senders, banjo; Jim Reidy & Paul Martin, guitar; Harley Campbell, upright bass; and Annie Campbell, snare drum.

Check them out at The Brewery and at: http://toivo.honkingduck.com/


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Richie and Rosie and Friends
May
15
6:00 PM18:00

Richie and Rosie and Friends

Richie Stearns and Rosie Newton grew up a 150 miles and few decades apart. While both were raised by professional cellist, Richie started playing banjo at 14 and Rosie began classical piano lessons at eight, eventually moving to classical viola as a teen. Both shared incredibly unique, musically-immersed childhoods: Richie’s family founded the iconic GrassRoots Festival of Music & Dance (which he is now President of) and by her junior year of high school, Rosie was playing fiddle and touring with folk rock band The Mammals. During that time, the two were introduced at Saratoga Springs’ Flurry festival -- a meeting that would spark a fated friendship and unique musical bond. 

Check them out at the Brewery and at: https://richieandrosie.com/

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Co-ed Finger Lakes Girls Pint Out Meet-Up
Apr
27
2:00 PM14:00

Co-ed Finger Lakes Girls Pint Out Meet-Up

Ladies love beer. And ladies love other ladies, so come join us for a delightful evening of conversation, craft beer and connection.

Girls Pint Out is a national craft beer organization for women. Our mission is to build a community of women who love craft beer and who are an active, contributing part of the greater craft beer community.

Through social media, blog posts, and local events hosted by chapters, Girls Pint Out offers a forum for discussion, education, and fun. Events are educational, charitable, and/or social. The majority of events are women-only, but sometimes men are invited (like this one!).

There is no membership process – just join us for a pint! Girls Pint Out originated in Indianapolis, Indiana in early 2010. The Girls Pint Out movement quickly spread to Arizona and Texas. Today Girls Pint Out has more than 100 chapters in 40 states, and Washington D.C.

Check them out at The Brewery and at: http://www.girlspintout.org/

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Zydeco Trail Riders
Mar
2
7:00 PM19:00

Zydeco Trail Riders

Come out and celebrate Mardi Gras! The Zydeco Trail Riders, formed in 2004, have performed predominantly in upstate New York at regional festivals and at nightclubs, wineries and eateries. They play Zydeco, Creole, Cajun and Blues from Louisiana. The band is led by Greg Grodem, on vocals and accordions, with Jim Reidy on guitar, Ted Oberhaus on bass, Stuart Krasnoff on drums, and Peter Wolfanger on rubboard. 

Check them out at The Brewery and at: http://zydecotrailriders.com/

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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony!
Feb
28
4:00 PM16:00

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony!

Join the Trumansburg Area Chamber of Commerce in celebrating the opening of our brewery! 6 beers on tap along with appetizer pairing with featured beer, Smoked Chocolate Chipotle Porter. $1 off first pint from 4-8. Music by Richie and Rosie from 6-7:30.

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