Founded in 1858, Beertown embodies the innovative, pioneer spirit of its 19th century forefathers. When brewers Rhys Bramblethorpe and Aloysius P. Thompson left New York City, they set out to find land with the purest spring water and most beautiful scenery available upon which to build their new brewery. Though the B&T Brewery is no longer in operation, Beertown remains the ideal location to start a business, raise a family, and follow your dreams. Thank you for visiting, and we hope you’ll stay a while!
For information on upcoming events in Beertown and its environs, check out the Community Bulletin Board.
- Devised theatre company dog & pony dc visits Beertown to research a new play. Follow the link to their website for more information about the show, named after our town.
- Read this important memo from 21st Quinquennial by-laws Warden Franklin Li on voting procedures for 2016.
- Submissions of artifacts for the 21st Quinquennial Time Capsule Day are now closed. See you at the Quinquennial!
- Support the 21th Quinquennial Time Capsule Day proceedings. As little as $5 helps!
- The Board of Education, in cooperation with the Thompson HS and Praline HS PTAs will be holding a series of town hall meetings about Proposition 6, to be held in both Praline and Beertown. State Representative Lawrence Pickel-Cooper and Mayor Megan Soch will be moderating a debate over the closing of Thompson High at Thompson High School a month following the Quinquennial ceremony.
- The Department of Public Works will be undertaking a major repaving of Thakiwaki Drive beginning on April 14. Only one lane will be open Monday thru Friday, 8am-3pm. Expected completion is August 11.
- The City of Beertown will observing the following Federal holidays in 2016:
Friday, January 1; New Years’ Day
Monday, January 18; Martin Luther King, Jr Day
Monday, February 15; Presidents’ Day
Monday, May 30; Memorial Day
Monday, July 4; Independence Day
Monday, September 5; Labor Day
Monday, October 10; Columbus Day
Friday, November 11; Veterans’ Day
Thursday, November 24; Thanksgiving
Monday, December 26; Christmas Day (Observed)
On these dates, all City offices will be closed, with normal services suspended. Trash pickup will resume the following day, with all pickups taking one day later than usual for the remainder of the week. Friday pickups will take place on Saturday.
Remember: schools are still in session some of these holidays. View this year’s school calendar.