Brew own beer at Copper Kettle Brewing
People who like to brew their own beer can do so at the Copper Kettle Brewing Co.'s brewery at 557 Greenfield Ave., Greenfield.
Located in the former Greenfield Hardware store, the brewery is a two-step operation, said Greg Hough who with Jeff Medjimorec, opened the facility on Jan. 5.
It takes two appointments and one to five people to brew around a copper kettle. The first session allows customers to select a recipe, pick ingredients and commence brewing, which takes about two hours. Fourteen days later, the beer is ready for bottling, either using the customer's own bottles or purchased from the owners.
Cost for brewing can range from $125 to $145. Next door, at 563 Greenfield, is Hough's, Greg's family craft beer bar and restaurant.
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