Tour Schedule & Driving Directions

Tours provide a behind the scenes view of the brewery.

Saturday Afternoon Tours begin at the Empty Pint at 12:15, 1, 1:45, 2:30, 3:15 and 4:00. We recommend arriving early to ensure a spot because each tour is limited to 15 people. The Empty Pint opens at noon on Saturdays. This is the only day we offer tours.

Here’s the deal on tours: Admission charge of $15 per person; Limit of 15 people on the tour; No reservations, first come first served. Tour begins promptly and leaves from the Empty Pint. Expect an overview of the brewery, brewing and fermentation processes. You’ll also sample a variety of beers that we have available that day–and keep your glass as a souvenir! Feel free to ask your tour guide questions along the way.
Sorry: Must be 21 years old to take the tour. We offer only Saturday tours because we are a production brewery.

Directions to the Brewery

From I-86, (from Erie and points west)
travel eastward to Exit 8 (Lakewood), then travel east (a right turn) on Rt 394 for approximately 5 miles. Turn right at Big Tree Road (Rt. 69). At the top of the hill (Hunt Rd/Rt 32), go right, then take your first left at Stoneman Circle, we’re on the left side of the road. If you pass the railroad tracks on Rt 32, you’ve gone too far.

From I-86, (from Binghamton and points east)
travel westward to Exit 8 (Lakewood), then travel east (a left turn) on Rt 394 for approximately 5 miles. Turn right at Big Tree Road (Rt. 69). At the top of the hill (Hunt Rd/Rt 32), go right, then take your first left at Stoneman Circle, we’re on the left side of the road. If you pass the railroad tracks on Rt 32, you’ve gone too far.

From I-90, (from Buffalo) travel westward to Exit 60 at Westfield and take a left hand turn toward on to Rt 394. Follow 394 for approximately 22 miles through the villages of Westfield and Mayville. You will pass I-86, continuing on Rt 394 toward the village of Lakewood. At Big Tree Road (Rt 69), take a right hand turn and head up the hill. At the top of the hill (Hunt Rd/Rt 32), go right, then take your first left at Stoneman Circle, we’re on the left side of the road. If you pass the railroad tracks on Rt 32, you’ve gone too far.

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