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COOPERSTOWN BEER
First Brewed

1995

Origin

New York, United States

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Cooperstown Brewing was founded in 1995 in Milford, New York by Stan Hall and his son Brian. One of the oldest craft breweries in the state, it was established about 10 miles south of Cooperstown itself. Many of the beers were originally English style, owing to the original brewery’s British brewing vessels.

In 2011, the Halls sold Cooperstown to Chuck Williamson, who also owned nearby Butternuts Beer and Ale. Williamson held the company for three years until it was purchased by local beer distributor Northern Eagle Beverages. Around the same time, Cooperstown’s Milford brewery and taproom shut down temporarily, and began brewing at the Lake George Brew Hub as part of a collaboration with Davidson Brothers Brewery. Northern Eagle later bought that brewery in 2016, though the Davidson Brothers brand remains independent. That year, the Milford taproom was reopened with a 3 and a half barrel pilot system.

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