Got a few unusual events for your reading pleasure today. All the books are new to the sale, so don’t think you’ve seen it all before. There will also be DVD’s, Blue Ray, music CD’s and LPs — definitely something for adults, teens and children.
It’s not a night club, so I’d considered the “vibe” more subdued. The first step would be adding a beer garden. The beer garden, which would sit at the north end of the property, would be followed by a kitchen renovation and expansion. The brewery has developed a following for its Taco Tuesday events on the first Tuesday of every month. It is known for its small menu of pub fare and housemade sandwiches.
My husband and I enjoyed a great dinner and a few pints outside at a picnic table, in a spacious area at the side of the pub destined to become a beer garden. You can also getemail notificationsevery time I post a new blog by using the “Follow Me” link on the right side of this page. Check it all out for yourself this coming Saturday, from 1 to 10 p.m. At Kucklehead Craft Brewing, 426 Ridge Rd., West Webster, at the corner of Bay.
Adorable puppies will roam throughout the room as you practice an all level Vinyasa Flow class. Participants can hold and pet the puppies as they practice yoga. Many of the puppies will be available for purchase and are looking to go to a good home. If you haven’t seen this field yet, you really have to make the time to do so. This brand new facility was specifically designed for individuals with physical and or cognitive challenges and fully wheelchair accessible. The “Roadshow” takes the form of a lively conversation between Jack and Tom on Rochester’s radio broadcasting history.
Remember that you’ll only be able to spin the wheel if you bring in your dog biscuits on Wednesday February 21. But it’s OK if you want to bring them on International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day on Friday as well. For the last few weeks Len Dummer and the folks at Knucklehead Craft Brewing they have been collecting food and toiletries for people in need. Patrons have been delivering bags of donations which staff members have been organizing and distributing to the homeless and refugee families.
For starters, Knucklehead is just wrapping up installation of a $90,000 commercial kitchen. The very talented Chef Josh has been needing this for a long time and it will certainly help showcase his culinary skills. It should be completed in the next few weeks. Moving forward is also made more difficult by the fact that the brewery sits in the middle of residentially zoned area. But Len Dummer said the plans they submitted were fully accepted by both the town’s planning and zoning boards. Then the brewery, located at 426 Ridge Road, proceeded with expansion planning.
She knew I’d be interested because I wrote a Webster blog. But she also asked me to keep the news on the down-low in case it didn’t happen. No events found for Knucklehead Craft Brewing. Temporary COVID-19 Update This brewery has not provided an update on their status. “We can’t brew it fast enough,” Jake Dummer said. “Even having a 10-barrel fermenter will give us more flexibility.”
I’m sorry to see another long-time business leaving the village, but I wish Tom the best in everything. Knucklehead Craft Brewing is located at 426 Ridge Road in West Webster, at the corner of Bay. Check out their webpage here and their Facebook page here. They’re open Wednesday and Thursday 4 to 10 pm, Friday and Saturday 3 to 11 pm, and Sunday 2 to 7 p.m., and the kitchen is open every day. The party takes place this Saturday Dec. 15 from 3 p.m.
Including cooking, gardening, hobbies, biographies, religion, history, sports, travel, foreign language, performing arts, humor and more. There will even be a chance to win a book gift basket raffle. Hardcover books are only $1 each, anthony oneal/savings and paperbacks only 50 cents. As Knucklehead approaches its fourth anniversary, the brewery is making plans to be even bigger and better. The Town Zoning Board recently approved their plans for an expansion to the current space.
Owner Len Dummer sent out a message a little while ago that co-owner George Cline and his family have decided to leave the business. So basically, if you haven’t been to Knucklehead lately, you’re in for a big surprise. But remember, even if things a look a little different, you’re going to find the same great people, welcoming atmosphere and outstanding brews that you’ve come to expect. It’s been perhaps two months since I was last at Knucklehead.