Gallery: Winter Hill Brewing Company
- Winter Hill Brewing Company general manager Bert Holdredge is a carpenter by trade and built much of the taproom, including the bar top, tables, and deep wooden window frames.
- A portion of the wall near the front door features shingles from an old Dutch barn.
- The essentials: coat hooks and outlets.
- There will always be five beers available, including two year-round staples — a cream ale and an IPA. The other three slots will rotate. When the taproom opens, look for an imperial stout, a North American strong ale, and a black IPA.
- The space seats 60 inside and 40 on a patio that will probably open up a few weeks after the taproom.
- From 7 a.m to 1 p.m. (to start), Winter Hill Brewing Company will operate as a "fully functioning cafe" with wifi and the works. It'll change over to a taproom from 4 p.m. to midnight.
- The front window looks onto bustling Broadway. There's a development in the works across the street that will one day include luxury condos and a restaurant.
- You won't find Winter Hill Brewing Company beers outside of this space. In the fashion of old European breweries, this beer is made in-house, for the house.