Cheers to Community

Community with a capital C

By now you have hopefully heard of our joint efforts in creating the region’s Lake Erie Ale Trail (if not click the words!). This group promotion effort ties our fraternal group of local brewers a little closer together. All four breweries referred visitors on to the next brewery just down the street, this made it more official, and with the help of VisitErie, gave it one unified voice.

Erie Ale Works opened a mere five months ago and we have already received so much support from the local Erie community. We are continually grateful for all those that have tried our beer, even some of the early batches. We plan on brewing up some great product and having fun with it along the way. You are an integral part of that because we want to operate in Erie, where we live and call our home (I promised myself I wouldn’t cry). Please stop in and sign our #DrinkLocal wall if you haven’t already.

Come in and sign our wall. #DrinkLocal #craftbeer

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We want to keep participating in worthwhile causes – keep in mind we’re tiny with no real budget for anything, but we can devote time when available. Ales for Sails saw 600+ people pay up to support all the programs at the Bayfront Maritime Center while trying some pretty decent beer from local breweries. This coming Friday we’ll be at the Skate or Die in Corry, supporting another great cause – building a skate park in Corry, PA. Because, community.


Valentine’s Day

This goes without saying, but you should probably buy your loved one some beer for Valentine’s Day, right? What says “I love you” more than beer? Maybe a tour of the region’s newest craft brewery, nudge, nudge? We’re here for you – Saturday Noon-6PM.



Coming soon…

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