Roscoe Beer Company hosted their seventh annual Winterfest at their brewery, located at 145 Rockland Road, on January 29 from noon to 7 pm, in which the surrounding community was invited to try new …
Roscoe Beer Company hosted their seventh annual Winterfest at their brewery, located at 145 Rockland Road, on January 29 from noon to 7 pm, in which the surrounding community was invited to try new beverages, listen to live music, appreciate hand-crafted ice carvings, and enjoy the Winter weather with their families.
Serving locally crafted and brewed beers and other non-alcoholic drinks, guests stayed warm with inviting firepits, a large tent that provided protection from the cold and dancing to live music from bands Far Beyond Gone and the musical duo John Steffens and Albi Beluli, along with an ensemble, that carried on into the evening.
Festival goers were greeted with the roar of a chainsaw slicing ice by professional ice carvers Eric and Jake Polick of Stump Devils Wood Carving, based out of Woodbourne. An ice carving in the image of a bear was designed to commemorate one of the many beers flowing from the taps, a dark Stout beer titled the Raging Bear.
Roscoe Beer Company used this year’s Winterfest as a platform to highlight not only their many craft alcoholic beverages, but to showcase the local community’s desire to celebrate local businesses.
“One of our missions at the Roscoe Beer Company is to bring people into our town and help support our other local businesses here in Roscoe,” said Shannon Feeney, Operations Manager at Roscoe Beer Company prior to the event. “We love seeing not only the brewery busy but all of our great businesses here in the community busy as well.”
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