967 Main Street, Willimantic CT 06226 | 860-423-6777 | FAX 860-450-0794

If You Like Fresh Beer
& Enjoy Good Food…


The Willimantic Brewing Co./Main Street Café is a living
landmark restaurant & pub brewery located in Willimantic, in the heart of rural northeastern Connecticut. Located at 967 Main St. Willimantic, CT 06226 at the corner of Main Street & High Street in downtown Willimantic, Connecticut

>>> Read More

FacebookUnTapped Instagram

Uncategorized

1 2 3 6

Shaboo Stage Dedication Weekend

Join us on Friday, August 3 and Saturday, August 4

for the dedication of the new Shaboo Stage!

 

Friday is a fundraiser for Generations Family Health Center.

Look for:
José Feliciano
Peabo Bryson

Gates open at 4 pm.

There will be food vendors and a beer tent organized by us!

Buy tickets here.

 

Saturday is a fundraiser for The No Freeze Project, Windham Area Interfaith Ministry, and Covenant Soup Kitchen

Look for:
David Foster and the Shaboo All Stars
Get the Led Out the American Led Zeppelin

Gates open at 2 pm.

There will be food vendors and a beer tent organized by us!

Buy General Admission tickets here or online. VIP is online only.

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Cheers to 21 Years!

Willibrew's 21st anniversary

 

Willibrew’s turning 21! We’re finally old enough to drink and we’re celebrating!

Join us from Monday, April 2nd through Saturday, April 7 and help us raise a toast to 21 years as the Willimantic Brewing Company (and 27 as the Main Street Café)!

How are we celebrating?

Look for:

Blast-from-the-past menu items all week!

We’ll be tapping Willibrew beers (including some from our barrel aged cellar) throughout the week and wrapping up when we take over 21 of our lines!!

And we’ll cap it off with a Party in the Pub with RHYTHM STEW on Saturday, April 7th! The fun starts at 9:30!

And it wouldn’t be a Willibrew event if we didn’t #beeritforward! We’ll offer a few ways to raise money for Covenant Soup Kitchen. One is a beer brewed just for the occasion, we’ll have some fun ways to display your artwork behind the bar for a donation, we’ll be donating a percentage of the profit from our daily specials (on Saturday only), AND we’ll be collecting donations on Saturday night.

Keep an eye on our Facebook event for fun giveaways!

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

CTNow Best of Hartford Readers’ Poll 2018

‘Tis the season for the CTNow Hartford Readers’ Poll! They’re mixing things up a bit this year and are asking you to nominate your favorite organization in appropriate categories. Once nominating ends, they’ll assemble top finalists from each category and official voting will begin on May 1st.

Also, new this year is the ability to start nominating, take a break and then revisit it. Nice!

Please show Willibrew some love!

Head this way to vote!

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Thread City Hop Fest 2018

Thread City Hop Fest 2018 The Thread City Hop Fest is celebrating 5 years of cheers and beers on Sunday, April 29th from 1 – 5 pm on Jillson Square (645 Main Street) in Willimantic!

Tickets are $35/per person in advance, or $50 at the gate (if any remain). (Proper ID will be required.) Attendees will enjoy samples from over 45 breweries from throughout New England. Tickets are limited!

All New VIP Hour: We’re teaming up with our favorite local historian, Bev York, and our friends at Mercado for our VIP session this year! Willibrew will be on hand with a special cask, Mercado will be there with something sure to please, and Bev York will share some stories about our founding fathers (and mothers!) and their favorite libations. The VIP session begins at 11:45 and ends at 12:45, just in time for the 5th annual Thread City Hop Fest to begin! Tickets are $55 each and are limited to 50 ticket buyers. First come first serve!

The Thread City Hop Fest is organized by the Willimantic Brewing Company on behalf of Willimantic Renaissance, Inc. Proceeds from the Hop Fest benefit The No Freeze Project, Willimantic Renaissance, Inc. Vulturetown Arts, Windham Area Interfaith Ministry, Covenant Soup Kitchen, and Horizons, Inc.

Please be prepared to show ID at the gate.

We ask that you not bring dogs or children to the event.

Tickets are available online and here at Willibrew!

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Party Platters

Super Bowl LII is around the corner,

But don’t Stress!

We’ll do the cooking for you!

 

Football spread samplers!

Choose any three from the list below & create your own combo

 

 Brewers bread loaf sandwiches

Approximately 14 Pieces Each

Corned Beef or Turkey

With L/T/O | Cheddar | Mayo | Mustard

 

24 Wings Any Flavor Ranch or Blue Cheese

 

24 Jalapeno Poppers w/Cream Cheese Filling

 

24 Beer-B-Q Meatballs

 

15 Panko Encrusted Crab Balls

Injected with Red Pepper Crème

 

24 Caprese Skewers

Fresh Mozzarella | Cherry Tomato | Basil

Balsamic Reduction Drizzled

 

30 Fresh Fruit Skewers

With Creamy Yogurt Dipping Sauce

 

Assorted Vegetable Crudité

Ranch Dipping Sauce

 

Mix, Match, and MASTER your Super Bowl Party!

$60 per 3 Choice Sampler

All orders must be in by 2/2 @ 5:00 PM

Don’t forget our à la carte menu is available for take out every day as well!

 

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

WYFB Relic Beer Dinner

Thank you to everyone who joined us at our Women’s Year for Beer Dinner with Relic Brewing!

The combination of Relic‘s brews and our Executive Chef, Will Deason’s carefully crafted menu was amazing!

Our main course was paired with our first Ladies Who Brew session beer. Look for Venus the Goddess of Victory IPA on tap now. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this beer will benefit the Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut’s Women and Girls Fund.

Stay tuned for more of our Women’s Year events and our next beer dinner!

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Ladies Are Brewin’ It For Themselves!

Last weekend we kicked off our first event for our Women’s Year for Beer with a Ladies Who Brew session. Representatives of the Community Foundation of Eastern CT’s  Windham Area Women & Girls Fund (WWGF) joined David and Stephanie, a brewer from Relic Brewing in the brewery. Leigh Duffy, Lee Terry, Mary Weinland, Lilli Rhodes and Toni Moran of WWGF rolled up their sleeves and assisted in brewing a brand new IPA. The ladies worked up a sweat heading the arduous task of adding local Connecticut malts to boiling water in the mash tun and continuously stirring the quickly thickening mixture.

This IPA will be debuted at our first FILL-anthropic event, held from 6pm till 9pm in our Post Master’s Office on Wednesday, March 8th. Attendees will have the opportunity to make a cash donation to the WWGF in exchange for the chance to offer a name suggestion for this collaborative IPA! A portion of the sales of this beer will also be donated to the WWGF until supplies run out.

The Windham Area Women and Girls Fund’s mission is to break through challenges that hold women back, and, to help build a brighter future for women and girls in the Windham area. A division of the Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut, the WWGF works to reduce domestic violence, improve services for the elderly, increase economic security and enhances youth development.

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail
1 2 3 6

Yankee Magazine

2011 Best Brew in CT