Get ready to add one more local to the brewery scene in WNY. West Seneca’s Rusty Nickel opens March 14 at 4350 Seneca Street, right behind Ebenezer Ale House. The doors open at 1:00 PM Saturday. They’ll have five beers on tap including Not Yo’Grandpas Cream Ale, Chai Tea Milk Stout, Ebenezer IPA, Oatmeal Cookie Ale, and Slice O’Havens Imperial Cream Ale.
The team of Jason Havens, Dave Johnson and Scott Fiege will be offering an outstanding selection of beers to include IPA’s, Stouts, Porters, and a variety of Rusty Nickel specials like Honey-Nut Beer-E-O’s, Belgian Dubbel and Oatmeal Cookie Ale.
Stop in and check out the awesome rustic tasting room covered in reclaimed wood. We’re looking forward to the warmer weather to make good use of the Bier garten. Announcement to follow for retail hours and a grand opening party in April!
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According to their Crowdbrewed page: Rusty Nickel Brewing Co. (RNBC) is a New York State Farm Brewery in the Town of West Seneca, just outside of Buffalo opening March 2015. Owned and operated by Jason Havens, Dave Johnson and Scott Fiege, RNBC beers are ‘just a little different’, with the goal of brewing with as many local WNY hops grains and produce as we can. Our goal is to serve a wide variety of delicious beers, some traditional, some you’ve never experienced. It will be a cornucopia of great tasting, balanced and full bodied beers including , IPA’s, Stouts, Porters, and RNBC unique flavors like Chai Tea Milk Stout, Honey-Nut Beer-E-O’s, Oatmeal Cookie Ale, Chocolate Peanut Butter Stout, Orange Creamsicle, and a Belgian Dubbel.
Hours are 6-10pm daily with extended hours Friday night, Saturday from noon til close, and Sunday 1pm-6pm generally but call ahead to make sure.
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