Fairport Growler

Fairport Brewing Company is proud to offer our artisan, hand crafted approach to brewing the highest quality beer using only the best ingredients.  Chemical flavorings are never an option in our recipes – we create our own homemade extracts.  Our beers are prepared in small batches and we are small enough to craft many different recipes offering only the best of what we create.  We offer Limited Edition Beers and the option for beer lovers everywhere to create, at our brewery, their own recipes and beers with our personalized Private Label Offerings.  Beer is our passion and we are proud to share our best- with you!


Tickets on sale: Brewmaster’s Private Tour and Tasting

How often do you get a personal tour and tasting with the actual brewmaster?

Well here is your chance! This private brewmaster’s tour is limited to 20 people.


November 8th and 29th
December 13th and 27th


It runs for 1.5 hours starting with a short introduction at the Tap Room located at 99 South Main Street promptly at noon. Guests will then travel to the production facility at the old Crossman Arms factory and learn the step by step process of craft brewing from start to finish.

The $10. tour price includes the tasting and your tasting glass is yours to keep!

Please arrive at least 10 minunites prior to your tour time and have your driver’s license available!

If the tour date does not show up, the tour for that day is full.

There are only 4 dates available.

Please note this is a 21 and up event.

Anyone under the age of 21 will not be able to participate in the tasting.

Web site enhanced

We've enhanced the web site with a dynamic listing of what's now on tap at our tap room. Now when you visit the page it will show you exactly what's currently available. The list is updated every time we change a keg. http://fairportbrewing.com/whats-on-tap/


Please pardon our construction.  We are attempting to add some functionality to the site.   Thanks!
Soon you will be able to see in real time exactly what’s available at our tap room and a list of what’s coming soon too.

Fairport Music Fest Stage 4

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The Line Up for Stage 4 Fairport Brewing Company‘s patio beer garden! Saturday August 23rd, 2014

From 12-1 pm Mike Speranza Music
From 1:15-2:15 Marty Roberts
From 2:30 – 3:30 Meg Williams Music
From 3:45- 4:45 Jon Lewis Music
From 5-6 Travis Fitch
From 6:15-7:15 Demand
From 7:30-11pm Fairport’s own….Joe and Pete Fornieri

Little Brown Jug Reunion

One of the greatest high school football rivalries in western New York is being remembered and celebrated this summer in East Rochester, on the 75th anniversary of the year it began.


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Fans and participants in the Little Brown Jug series, an arch rivalry game between East Rochester and Fairport high schools that was played from 1939 to 1987, are invited to a commemorative reunion to be held Thursday evening, July 24.  It will be part of opening night at the annual East Rochester Fire Department Carnival.

Reunion committee chairman Sam Morgante of East Rochester said plans will include guest appearances by coaches Don Quinn (ER), Don Santini (Fairport) and Pete Logan (Fairport), players from many of the teams during the series’ 49 years, as well as memorabilia, multimedia displays and videos. The two Brown Jugs that have been on display in each high school’s trophy case since the series concluded 27 years ago will be shown for the first time in public side-by-side.

The reunion will be held in the carnival’s main tent on the high school athletic field, 222 Woodbine Avenue.  Activities will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will run until approximately 11. All Fairport and East Rochester alumni and other interested fans and community residents are welcome to attend. There is no charge, and parking is free. Food and beverages will be available from carnival vendors and music will be provided from 7-11.

For further information or to offer assistance, call or e-mail Morgante at 585-738-0164 (sdm1@rochester.rr.com) or Jean Kelly of Macedon at 315 966-8886 (lotsacatsrfun@gmail.com

Attention Mug Club Members!

Honor Thy Mug

There is no doubt that we think our FBC Mug Clubbers are some of the coolest people we know, so we want to honor them like we did our Kickstarter supporters.


We would be psyched if you would be so kind to come in and burn your name next to (very important) your mug number into our new counter top in the back room.

We are hoping to get all 100 of you out to do this, but we don’t want to rush you, so if you could fit it into your schedule between now and August 31st we would really appreciate it.

September 1st, by order of Jeff, we will be sealing the top and getting rid of that ugly plastic.

Thank you.




Mug Club Waiting List

June 14th, 2014 @ 5:30pm marked the 100th and final mug being sold in the FBC mug club.  That also meant the clock started ticking for next years enrollment which means, there could be some opportunities for those that prepare well in advance!

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The renewal window for our current mug club members will run from May 1 to May 31, 2015 and the renewal membership will be $52.

So, how do I get in?

When someone vacates their membership at the end of the term it opens up their slot for the next person on the waiting list. If you are that next person you will be notified by one of our bartenders on Monday June 1st, 2015.  If there is no one on the waiting list that slot goes up for sale to the public.

If you want to be on the waiting list simply Email us here

Please include a phone number and the number of mugs!

Pig Roast July 4th!

Get there early!  No tickets being sold, it’s first come basis.   All proceeds going to Veterans Outreach Center!  Suggested plate price is $15 but you can come in with more or less.

Hope to see you tomorrow and God Bless our Veterans!


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Beer Pairing with Biaggis’s July 9th

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4th of July Pig Roast

This year we will be celebrating the 4th of July with a Pig Roast at the Tap Room so you can have your beer and eat it too!

“Eat it too?”  Yes, the biggest “waste product” we have as a brewery is the spent grain, so instead of throwing it out we give ours to a pig farmer.  Spent grain is still a great source of protein,B vitamins and natural sugars.  So our beer should pair up really nice!

This event’s proceeds will go to the Veterans Outreach Center in Rochester, NY.   The Veterans Outreach is a community-based outreach effort serving veterans and their dependents.

More of the details to come soon!