Muddy York Brewing Co. unveils its new taproom

  Photo:  Muddy York

Photo: Muddy York

 

Muddy York Brewing Co. has unveiled a new taproom at its brewery in East York. 

Constructed mainly from salvaged materials, the vintage-industrial space was conceived by brewery co-owners Jeff Manol and Susan Michalek. Yhe taproom’s main attraction is an 11-foot-high tap tower, made from mid-century hydraulic pipes with 12 taps from which a rotating roster of beers will flow.

“Opening a taproom has been a dream since I established Muddy York Brewing Co. in 2013,” says brewer and proprietor Jeff Manol.

“It’s the perfect way to showcase the many varieties of beers that we brew here, and it allows us to interact directly with the community.” Michalek adds, “We believe that this will become a destination for fans of craft beer and their families to sample our product line as well as a place for events, corporate gatherings, and private parties.”

Customer favourites Gaslight Helles Lager and Storm Glass IPA will be pouring alongside seasonals like Haberdasher Hefeweizen and Brick Maker Common.

In addition to the selection of bottles for sale, you can choose 12 oz. tap pours or sample beers in a flight of four 5 oz. glasses.

The brewery promises a few surprises as well; beers that aren’t often available in the Muddy York Bottle Shop as well as cask varieties.

Muddy York is located at 22 Cranfield Rd. Visit muddyyorkbrewing.com for more info.