Wolcott Brewery announces the closure of its taproom after 9 years


Damn Wolcott, at the end of January there will be a less cool place to hang out and enjoy a cold beer straight from the maker’s tap in town. Don’t worry, you will still be able to find your Salted Caramel Cannoli, The Real OG, and Great White beers, but you might have to go somewhere other than Rt. 69 in Wolcott to get it.

A large local brewery, Shebeen Brewing Company in Wolcott, announced that after 9 years of serving cold and cold drinks, they close their barracks, located at 1 Wolcott Road (Rt. 69), for good at the end of January 2022.

In the ad, which was released on Monday afternoon, Shebeen thanks all of her loyal customers for their patronage over the past 9 years, and tells us that they will be closing their bar for good as of January 31, 2022. Shebeen beer will still be made and distributed, but there will be no more taproom to use it.

But there are still 3 weekends left in January 2022 to get there and enjoy your favorites fresh out of the tap. Shebeen also announced that as a token of their appreciation for all the local love, they will be offering their take out cans for just $ 1 a can.

You can pick up Shebeen 4 packs at their sister brewery – Foolproof Brewing Company in Pawtucket, RI, and there will also be a brand new Brewery Collective location here in Connecticut in 2022. Keep your eyes peeled for the Bridgeport Brewery Collective Taproom, featuring featuring Black Horse Garage Brewing, which will open this year.

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