Chatham Brewing to Renovate Main Street Taproom

CHATHAM, N.Y. — Chatham Brewing, Columbia County’s first and finest brewery in New York’s upper Hudson Valley, has announced their Main Street taproom will undergo a major renovation – the first since moving to their current location in 2014 – that will enhance the overall visitor experience.

Since moving into their Main Street brewery and taproom location in 2014, Chatham Brewing has become a major destination for craft beer fans up and down New York’s Hudson Valley. Since then, demand in the taproom has exceeded expectations, in which a renovated taproom is needed to handle further growth.

“As our brewing operations and distribution have increased, so has the popularity of our taproom,” said Tom Crowell, co-founder and owner, Chatham Brewing. “The renovation will further enhance the experience for regular visitors to the taproom and will surely standout to first-time guests.”

Renovations, set to take place from Feb. 5 through Feb. 16, will include a rebuild of the bar into a horseshoe configuration adding seats, rearrangement of the entertainment staging area, removal of interior walls to create a more open appearance, and improved flow.

A grand reopening party is set for mid-February.

Additional company information can be found online at ChathamBrewing.com, on Facebook (fb.com/ChathamBrewingCompany), and on Twitter (@ChathamBrewing), and on Instagram (@ChathamBrewing).

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