New: First Line Brewing, Orchard Park’s First Brewery is Now Open

Photo courtesy of First Line Brewing

Orchard Park’s first brewery has officially opened it’s doors as of this past weekend.

First Line Brewing, located at 4906 S. Buffalo St. in Orchard Park (next to Beerz on the corner of Jewett Holmwood), announced their initial lineup of beers to their social media followers over the past couple weeks as a countdown to their grand opening. Offerings included unique and uniquely named options like Bitch’n Betty Blueberry Muffin Ale, named after the software in fighter jet cockpits that warns pilots of any issues – Betty was an actual person who recorded the voice overs! They also announced a Fruity Pebble NEIPA and explained in a Facebook post that you can expect to taste their juicy NEIPA (New England IPA) upon the first sip, and actual fruity pebbles towards the finish – “like drinking the milk at the end of your bowl of cereal”.

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Bitch’n Betty / Photo courtesy of First Line Brewing
Fruity Pebble NEIPA / Photo courtesy of First Line Brewing

Others brews include a Chocolate Stout brewed using chocolate rye and roasted barley, Alpha Bravo Citrus IPA, a staple New England IPA, SGT Hops NEIPA, and We the People Blonde Ale. Are you sensing a theme here? 😉

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Chocolate Stout / Photo courtesy of First Line Brewing
SGT Hops / Photo courtesy of First Line Brewing
Alpha Bravo Citrus IPA / Photo courtesy of First Line Brewing
Pre Game Spiked Seltzer / Photo courtesy of First Line Brewing

Did we mention they also serve their very own Raspberry Lemonade spiked seltzer called Pre Game? Killin’ the game.

The brand new brewery offers limited bar seating and inside and outside tables and a food menu.

Photo courtesy of First Line Brewing

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4906 S. Buffalo St., Orchard Park

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