Brown's Brewing Company

Brown's Brewing CompanyBrown's Brewing Company

Type: Brewery, Bar, Eatery

417 River St.
Troy, New York, 12180
United States

(518) 273-2337 | map

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Reviews: 29 | Ratings: 70
Photo of Boto
3.75/5  rDev -5.8%

Stopped here for a repeat visit. On our first visit (a Friday night) it was jam packed. We only sampled appetizers and drank at the outside bar. The apps that we had were good. This time we made a lunch trip while visiting RPI. The ambiance is good: I love using these old brick buildings for things like brewpubs. I never get tired of being in a place like this. Service was excellent. We had sandwiches for lunch. My wife had the French Dip, which she said it was one of the best she ever had. My Hickory Chicken was top notch. The beers are pretty good too. Worth a stop!

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Photo of 2Xmd
4/5  rDev +0.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.25 | selection: 3.75 | food: 4

Went here for lunch. Had 3 little kids with me and the wife. Staff is very friendly and knowledgable about the beers. Tried a flight with all 7 beers they had on tap. All were good, nothing crazy just typical basic styles (eg Brown, IPA, cream, oatmeal stout..) well balanced. I'm a hophead so I was disappointed but understand that's not what they are about.

Overall, good food, service, and average beers. They also seem very locally oriented which I can appreciate.

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Photo of jmdrpi
3.64/5  rDev -8.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.75 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5

visited later on a Friday night for some drinks. I have been here in the past for a couple of concerts and a banquet.

they've got a two story dining area, then a big bar in the back, then a deck with more tables. that night they had a band playing outside in the nice weather, with a view of the Hudson River.

The beer is good, but nothing special or creative. They probably had about 10 beers on tap, across standard styles. Bartenders were fine.

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Photo of TheBeerdedCharmer
3.07/5  rDev -22.9%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 2.25 | selection: 4

This place kind of disappointed me. The outside seating did not have a cover over it and it was raining so everybody was packed inside. There are two levels but only one bar so it was packed all night, making it very difficult and irritating to get a drink. That being said, I did like the fact that there were two levels to hang out on and last time I was there (before I was 21 so I didn't get beer & rate it) the outside seating did have a cover on it and it was very nice.

The beer selection was good; 12 beers on tap. The quality of the beers didn't impress me too much but their IPA was pretty good. The servers were nice but service was bad because the bar was so crowded. Prices weren't bad. I got a flight of 8 for $7.99.

Overall, I think that when the outside seating is open, this would be a place I'd like to hang out at. Wouldn't hurt them to find a way to make it possible to at least order drinks from the second level though.

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Photo of GreesyFizeek
4.2/5  rDev +5.5%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

A great little brewery in Troy.

Went with my Dad a few months ago, we ordered a couple of huge flights to try everything. The beers ranged from so-so to outstanding. The whiskey porter, oatmeal stout, and the regular porter were standouts. Liked the cherry raspberry ale, the harvest IPA, and the oktoberfest as well.

Didn't try much of the food, though it looked pretty good. Just got a nice warm pretzel- the spicy cheese and mustard that came along with it, homemade, was amazing.

Prices on everything was very reasonable. Worth a stop for sure!

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Photo of JavaJitterz2010
4.4/5  rDev +10.6%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

The food is good pub food. The beers are very good quality. One of my favorite pubs...we actually had our wedding reception here in 2010! I usually get the fish & chips. Hubby gets the grilled rueben and we usually split the nachos. Oatmeal stout is my beer of choice unless they have a good seasonal going- the Pumpkin rocks!

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Photo of GarthDanielson
4.15/5  rDev +4.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Great place to visit for some tasty brews and very decent pub fare. In the summertime you can snag outdoor seating overlooking the river, and once a week there is an outdoor music series that provide entertainment. Next door to Brown's is Revolution Hall, which houses concerts, as well. Lots of music interactions with the brewery. This place gets mobbed on Friday and Saturday nights, so be prepared to possibly wait for a table. The beers are very decent, and they are doing a weekly cask now, with some rotating taps besides their flagship brews. The upstairs has more of the pub atmosphere, with some pool tables and old school arcade games. Growler fills are easy and hassle bring in a vessel and they fill it. They also have bottles to go. All in all, a really fun place to visit with some really tasty food and brews. I hit this place almost every time I am in the area.

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Photo of rlee1390
4.05/5  rDev +1.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

My favorite spot to go out for dinner with a beer relate feel. Menu is basic bar food, burgers, sandwiches. It has a bar and two eating areas; one on the first floor near the bar with another area on the second floor. The balcony is available during the summer to eat out on but I've never done it.

The beer is usually their own beers. I don't think I've ever seen a guest tap. The beer is good, not great.

I still say it is one of the best places to get dinner with a good beer vibe in the Capital Region.

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Photo of greenmonstah
4/5  rDev +0.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Brown's is something of a staple for students in Troy. Special occasion dinners often end up happening at Brown's, and the brewpub is a great introduction to craft beer for new drinkers. The beers are good, slightly better than the CH Evans brews in Albany. Standouts include the Oatmeal Stout, Imperial Stout, Whiskey Porter, and Hefeweizen. The Hefe was an introduction to that style for me, some time ago, and I really enjoyed it. The food is nothing exciting. The burger is fine and so is the reuben, but the food is not the highlight. The place has live music often, making it one of the best bars in area in addition to one of the most fun restaurants. Entertainment, great beer, fair prices, and good service combine to make Brown's a true landmark in Troy.

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Photo of tigg924
4/5  rDev +0.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Brown's is a nice, clean, and open bar sitting right by the river. I have been here before, but recently stopped by last Tuesday. There were 10 plus beers on tap. I tried the Oatmeal Stout, Barrel Aged Porter, Hefe, and Raspberry-Cherry Ale. The last was not my cup of tea, but the others were good and reasonably priced $5 a pint. I loved the variety of styles. The server was knowledgable about beer and was attentive but not overly so. I had nachos and the corn chowder which were both tasty. Overall, if in the Albany area, I would certainly come back here, if not for the beer alone.

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Photo of nopucophop
3.53/5  rDev -11.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

I recently visited for my first time. Kind of hard to believe I have lived and worked so close to this place for so long and never visited. I found the atmosphere to be very good. They have and outdoor beer garden and outdoor eating as well. I like how they have hops growing on site. They also have a music hall connected to the site. Oh yeah we are not here to talk about music. I have to say I was disappointed in the fact every thing is served in a pint glass. I don't want to drink Hefe's in a pint glass. I also did not like the pour as it was like they were trying to get as much beer in the glass as possible with no head. The waitress served our beers from the top. I can't stand this!!! I don't want there hands on the rim of the glass. It also seemed to be very rushed, possibly because there was a show next door and wanted to turn and burn. As far as the beer just O.K. they do have some I am fond of but they were not on tap. I will not be rushing to this place again. When I do go I will be sure to check whats on tap and if there is a show. I think on a cool fall day when the beer I like is being served and there is no concert crowd this place could be very enjoyable but I guess only time will tell.

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Photo of ProfessorHomer
4.25/5  rDev +6.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Overview: good quality fresh beer, wide award-winning beer selection (including some experiments), friendly staff, delicious food in big portions. Certainly well-worth the trip!

Went with our Beer Club on a "field trip". Nicely kept-up, wide-open old-timey bar with wood everywhere and a tin ceiling - all rather quaint and historical.

We sat at the bar and had numerous samplers and followed with a few pints of our favorites. They have all types of quality beers for all types of beer tastes - from candy-like concoctions for the faint of tastebud, easy to drink pilsners, middle-of-the-road ales, and always some interesting cross-beers or beer experiments such as their Whiskey Porter this trip. Like I said - something for everyone!

We all thought the two best beers by far were the Oatmeal Stout and the Pale Ale, but we all greatly enjoyed most of those we tasted. The Whiskey Porter was wildly unbalanced and I would seriously question the brand of whiskey used, but what a wild ride it gave my taste-buds! Woo-hoo!

And the food: big portions and absolutely delicious! Although all we ate were appetizers, they were all outstanding! Hats off to the cooks there! You guys should be teaching that wretched Albany Pump Station how to cook.

We saw ALOT of folks coming in to get their growlers filled. ALOT. Interestingly, a vast majority were Magic Hat growlers (Magic Hat in Burlington, VT is 3 hours away). Funny, in comparison we saw only one growler being filled at Albany Pump Station - must be because Brown's has BETTER BEER and knows how to treat us better beer drinking customers!

One area needed for improvement are the bartenders. Were certainly friendly enough, but really don't know anything about the beers nor how to present and serve it to us discerning customers. The young ladies spent alot of time giggling amongst themselves in their too small and too tight outfits. While none of us really objected to those sights, just T&A do not customer service make. They should know right off the tops of their cute little heads the alcohol level, the hops and malts used and at least line up the samplers in some order we could understand. Suggestion: how about ya'll get a little placemat with the beer types and names on them? Or, even line them up in the order they appear on the big board?

All-in-all, like Arnold, we will be back. For the very good beer there, the delicious food but especially for their beers. A nice place - one of the best, friendliest brewpubs we've had the delight to visit!

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Photo of hurleymanvw
4.06/5  rDev +2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

Just stopped in for a sample of the beers on my way to Saratoga Springs. The building was awesome with the art work on the side and the flying uncle sam in the front window. Had alot of character. Nice outside deck overlooking the river, could see myself having many a brew out there while watching the day wind down. Had a sample of there many beers on tap. Had the hefe, brown, oatmeal stout, pils, IPA, and Pale Ale. Beers were better than average with the IPA standing out. Didn't have time to eat so i can't speak for the food but next time i plan on taking the time to try.

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Photo of rousee
3.75/5  rDev -5.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Stopped at this place on the way back home from Saratoga. Its real easy to get to and real easy to get back on the highway from. I took route 7 in -nice and easy and then you park and then 787 entrance is straight in front of you which is also great.

This is another one of these old warehouses in Troy. The area is definitely improving and the small little downtown scene seemed somewhat quaint although you can tell the neighborhood has some rough roots. I still liked it and would call it progress to some degree (everything has its pluses and minuses).

You walk in and theres a huge dining room --overall you realize that this place is big. They have an outdoor deck that overlooks the river also and it (the deck) couldve been packed for all I know. Seemed like the place could almost seat 500-700 people if they wanted.

The beers themselves were all pretty well done and I had a feeling they would be-based on consensus score here on BA and the fact that their bottled line seems widely distributed in the Capitol region. I have since tried their bottled beers and they travel quite well unlike some other brewpubs.

Food was quite good and the service was not very good. Seemed to take forever to get anything. Drink service was better than food service but still severely lacking. Its really the only negative on what I would consider to be a fine brewpub.

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Photo of mullettarian
4/5  rDev +0.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I first read about this place last week while planning my trip through Troy, NY. All of the BA reviews were good so I decided to stop by. It was a Friday night around 10:30, we got seated right away. Seemed like the wait staff was getting ready to go home. Good crowd at the bar, but nothing out of control. Then again, school was still out for the winter so it is hard to tell. There was a live band, not too bad. Played some good covers. Since I read most of the BA reviews of this place, I had to get the much loved Cherry-raspberry ale. You were all right, it was great. I do not usually like fruity beers but that was done just right. Except for the cherry at the bottom of the glass, a cute touch but come on give the fruity beer a shred of dignity! I mean it is still a beer after all! And with dinner I got the brown ale ($3 special of the night!) which was also very good. To eat I ordered the "best of the wurst" which was both clever and delicious. It was three sausages on a bed of red cabbage with a side of red potatoes. Yum. All in all a good time and next time I am in troy I will certainly going back for seconds!

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Photo of aerozeppl
4.25/5  rDev +6.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

I have gone here a few times over the years. I usually go to the Pumpstation as it is closer. They always have a ton of beer on tap. They do a sampler for $6 which is not a good deal at all as the sample sizes are TINY. Better off just getting a pint or two. The pints are reasonably priced with a beer of the day for $3/pint instead of the usual $4. Growlers can be filled up as well. The imperial stout cost me $10 for a refill. They let you fill up other people's growlers which is important.
The food was good and the fries were beer battered to hell and were awesome. The deck is nice during the summer for sure. Definitely worth a stop.

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Photo of erosier
4.38/5  rDev +10.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

This is an excellent place to go for a beer. They brew their own and it is phenomenal. All the beer is fresh and delicious. Their cherry raspberry is amazing as well as the whisky porter. What I really like about this place is that the food is just as good as the beer. The service is really good and the prices are really fair as well. If you are in the Troy, NY area, this place is a must. All of their beers are really good and well worth the money for them. The best part is taking them home in bottles if you live far away.

My suggestion is to get the Blonde Ale Chicken with the Cherry Raspberry. You can't go wrong with that.

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Photo of WildMeff
4.18/5  rDev +5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Brown's is the truth. Located right on the Hudson in downtown Troy, with a huge free parking lot right next door. Vintage mural on the side of the crazy old building it's in. First floor has a nice bar and also an outside porch area. Second floor as well.

Beers are good, the cherry-raspberry is phenomenal. Whiskey porter, brown ale, a good IPA and pils as well. Food is top-notch and won't kill your wallet.

Growlers to go.

Revolution Hall next door which has legit bands.

All around great place.

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Photo of jwc215
4.35/5  rDev +9.3%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Stopped here with a couple of friends on the way to the Vermont Brewers' Festival. Upon entering there is an industrial feel. After passing some tables, we encountered the sizeable U-shaped bar in the back. There is a small upstairs area and an outdoor patio. A TV was on above the bar with music in the back. Clean men's room.

There were eight offerings, including one on-cask (a whiskey porter - a porter aged in Jim Beam barrels - worth having for sure), with a pretty wide variety of styles. A cider and Guinness also available. Bombers available to purchase.

Very friendly service. The friendly bartender was helpful and efficient. We met with one of the brewers, Mike, who talked with us for awhile and gave us two bottles of the IPA. The beers, from having a few different pints, and sampling a few others, were well-done. The menu offfered a variety of foods. From the small variety of foods we ordered, everyone in the group was pleased.

This place is certainly worth stopping in for a visit. I could see it being a regular hang-out place if I lived in the area.

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Photo of BeerTruth
3.75/5  rDev -5.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Yes it's in Troy...and yes it's on the Hudson River...but once you enter Brown's all that becomes obsolete. Brown's is very appealing to the eye and the beers and food doesn't disappoint. I would recommend going during the summer and sitting outside on the deck overlooking the scenic (?) Hudson. This was our last stop in our five brewery/brewpub adventure of the capital region so we were ready for dinner as well as some quality suds. Dinner was delicious, quite a selection of burgers and main entree's for a reasonable price. Seating for dinner was upstairs and downstairs as well, and of course outside if weather permits. Troy isn't exactly the greatest area in the capital region, but Brown's definitely helps its reputation. Give it try if you happen to be in the area. Or if you want to plan a full day brewery/brewpub trip, I suggest starting at Cooper's Cave, then hit up Davidson Bros. for lunch, then Mendocino in Saratoga, followed by Albany Pump Station, and finally finish here for's a great trip!

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Photo of Stimack
4.18/5  rDev +5%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Funny how I have been going to this place for the past 13 years or so and the number of times it has changed names/hands. The inside has not changed much of the years, nice bar area with a large U shaped bar, number of tight top tables and stools. Looks like they have the majority of their offerings on tap which numbers about 8 or 9 plus one on ‘cask’. Also you can purchase their brews in 22 oz bombers plus get growlers filled. Looks like they have some other offerings as well like Sierra, Sam Adams, etc. They have seating down stairs and then more tables on the second floor. Nice sized menu with a lot of options, which range from typical pub fair to some nice sounding entries. Looks like they have live music around the bar area a number of nights during the week, the guy that was there the other day was pretty good. We just had a couple appetizers which where good sized and a few beers. Everything was good but the highlight for me was the Whiskey Porter on cask, simply a fantastic brew. Also had the Oatmeal stout, which was good, but IMO did not hold a lick to the Porter. Looking forward to go back and try some of the other offerings as well as pick up a few bombers. If you in the area I would say that this is a excellent pick, IMO not as good as the Albany Pump Station but damn close.

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Photo of drseamus
4.35/5  rDev +9.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Brown's Brewing Co. (formerly Troy Pub and Brewery), has some of the most outstanding beer in the area. Personally, I am a big oatmeal stout in general so I always start with a pint of theirs, which ranks among my favorites. They usually have either a Porter or a cask conditioned Whiskey Porter, the latter of which is about to become a staple. Both are excellent. Another limited beer that I have tried is the Cherry Raspberry ale. It is a great beer although I couldn't have more than one in a row because it is quite sweet. I have also had their Imperial Stout and Brown ale and liked both.

The food is what I would consider upgraded pub fare. I usually get their burgers, which are excellent, but they have plenty of other good meals as well and great appetizers.

The best part about Brown's in my opinion though is the fact that they own Revolution Hall next door which is a music venue. There is nothing like seeing a good band while drinking even better beer. All of the beers that they make are served at Rev Hall also.

The prices for food are reasonable, and the prices for beer are pretty cheap. They have a beer of the day for $2.50 a pint.

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Photo of RatAgain
3.98/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I go to college in Troy, NY and didn't really know of this place until after joining BA and reading around. Since then I have been trying to get some of my friends to go with me and have finally won. I'd say it is a little bit more than I expected and I expected it to be good. The service was wonderful we had a very well timed waitress she came to us right as we finished our first beers before our food came and brought both our food and new beers at her next visit. The food was good and the fries where great. I personally had the grilled chicken sandwich (which is hard to mess up) which was good. Those in my party had the fish and chips and Uncle Sam Burger both of which they enjoyed thoroughly. As for the beers, we had the IPA, Honey Brown, and Hefewizen between us. The beers were smooth and enjoyable. I agree that the IPA had a bit of an after taste but it wasn't unenjoyable but was why I changed over on my second beer. We had a ketchup bottle explode on us and the manager rushed right over and appologized and took off the meal for the guy that got completely covered (good thing he had black on). So on the whole great local find well worth your support, convienent location with good food, good beer, and good service. Makes the price worth it.

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Photo of AlbanyAdvocate
3.58/5  rDev -10.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3 | food: 4

The Taproom and neighboring music venue Revolution Hall are currently for sale. Got a couple million dollars lying around? Brown's is a large space, well-renovated with an industrial feel. "The Troy Pub," as it's still known by locals, is located on the same block as Irish pub Ryan's Wake and the Irish-Mexican restaurant Jose Malone's.

I can't call the atmosphere any better than "good" because the place is a ghost town at night. With enough momentum, it could be excellent.

Unfortunately the place has a reputation for dirty tap lines, even among people who don't normally know a whole lot about beer. I've picked up "butterscotch notes" in some of their brews, so I suspect this story is true. The lighter beers at Brown's are very underwhelming, but the various stouts and porters I've tried are solid.

I've only eaten at Brown's once -- today, for lunch -- and everything went well. The salad was made with all romaine lettuce and plenty of cherry tomatoes, and the Fish & Chips entree was great.

For a beer bar and eatery in Troy, I would recommend Holmes & Watson over Brown's -- except that Brown's is open on Sundays when other places are not. If you're visiting the area and you're looking for a brewpub, come across the river to the Albany Pump Station first.

But if you're with a group and they're going to Brown's, don't say no. It's an OK place, with lots of potential.

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Photo of slander
4.22/5  rDev +6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Seen the seedy underbelly of Troy? Yeah, well, everything was going swimmingly 'til we drove over that bridge and made that first left turn to nowhere, and I mean nowhere, like a dead end over the tracks, down by the river kind of nowhere. I was a-scared. And driving along the river, lateralling North through the PJ's, not so cool. But then we found the bridge we were supposed to have come over in the first place, and things became all beer and shiny and new...
Brown's is the old Troy Pub & Brewery, housed in a large cavernous building attached to the Revolution Hall Performing Arts Center. Vaulted ceiling and massive ancient cross beams, one of which holds a giant hanging sign reading "Beer On Draught". Pale blue walls, massive exposed duct work, drop lamps over the bar, and kettles in a glass front room in the rear corner. The room is nicely decorated with large beer murals, Brown's beer signs, an old map and war posters. A flatscreen on the back wall and a board listing the tap selections. Coolers at one end of the bar with 22's and growlers to go. A fat wood question mark shaped bar to the rear seats nearly a dozen and a half, with 6 bar tables running around the bar, and a forward seating area with another dozen tables.
There's an upper floor with a larger dining area and a game room. Roughly 18 booths and tables, and another 6 in the game room with the pool table, electronic darts, foosball table, and the display cases with old bottles and growlers. Large murals on the mostly brick walls sporting the Uncle Sam theme (he's buried in the Oakwood Cemetery in Troy, you know). Also, a back terrace overlooking the river with another dozen and a half tables.
7 house beers, Guinness and a cider running across a long row of taps, plus 3 more here, 1 there, and a cask (Hefe). The sampler is 6 beers of your choice. The Pils was clean and friendly; the Hefe unfiltered, pleasant enough; the Pale Ale just okay; the Cherry Raspberry Ale was thankfully more cherry than raspberry and not overly sweet. I thought it tasted pretty good, but at the bottom of my glass I found a marichino cherry, so I can only wonder what this beer would have tasted like without it. And I know you oughtn't judge a beer by it's color cover, but damn if the Brown, Porter & Stout didn't all look like the same beer, although the Brown Ale was nicely malty; the Porter chocolately and solid; and the Oatmeal Stout roasted and oaty. Beers were good overall, most notably the darker ones.
They've also got a small bottle list of about a dozen beers including Ommegang Wit, Fuller's Summer Ale, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Spaten Optimator, Lindeman's Framboise, Magic Hat #9, and Pilsner Urquell.
We took in dinner at the bar. I ordered the shrimp stir fry over pasta, 'cept I got mine over rice instead, they were most accommodating there. It was spicy and really damn good and marks the first time that I've ever eaten cauliflower, which had a strange texture, and was bland and tasteless but not bitter like I'd always imagined it would be (see my review of it on
You know what? They've got a good radio station piped in. Yeah, Joe Cocker, Traffic, Neil Young, Doors, all in a row. It's a decently comfortable place on this Saturday early evening. I could easily sit here and have another Brown Ale but there's somewhere else we needs to be...

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Brown's Brewing Company in Troy, NY
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