Flour City Brewers Fest Celebrates 25 Years:

“I was hoping it would (make it 25 years),” Rohrbach founder/owner John Urlaub said with a grin and a chuckle. “You never know. You never look that far ahead. It’s amazing. The first one was crazy, because we kind of did it all. The venue has changed many times, but we finally landed in the right place. It’s the perfect fit.”

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Brittany Statt
Best Low Alcohol Beers According to Brewers

“In recent years, there’s been a trend of high-alcohol content barrel-aged stoutsalong with double, triple, and imperial IPAs. To give a reference point, an average beer is around 4.5 to 5 percent alcohol by volume. Some of these barrel-aged and over-the-top IPAs are sitting at 12 to 15 percent and above. These are the kinds of beers that deserve your respect (and require you to call an Uber). They’re also likely to be the only beer you imbibe in any given night.

Over the past year, companies have bucked this pattern by creating lower-alcohol content cocktails and beers. These sessionable, sometimes crushable low-ABV beers are perfect for summer drinking. That’s why we asked some of our favorite brewers to tell us the best of what’s on the market.”

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Brittany Statt
Radle On 716 Beer Reviews

“Heading out to Rochester again for a new beer from Rohrbach Brewing Company-their Radle On. Brewed to be a beer that is made for hot summer days, this beer will definitely find a warm welcome in Buffalo. Radle On is a lemon Radler more commonly known today as a Shandy.”

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Brittany Statt
Planning Small-Batch Releases

“In the age of one-offs, seasonals and special releases, planning for these and marketing them properly takes time and effort.

For Rohrbach Brewing it means Brittany Statt, the brewery’s marketing director, is a central component in helping direct a successful campaign and release.”

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Brittany Statt
Rohrbach Brewing Co. Releases Griddle Cakes

“Rohrbach Brewing Co. has been brewing craft beer in Rochester, New York, for over 25 years. We have our longstanding classics–particularly our flagship Scotch Ale–that have gained a loyal following and strong position in the market for a long time. However, the market is changing. Craft beer enthusiasts want something new. And as we’ve seen with other larger brands, a strong flagship isn’t enough anymore.'‘

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Brittany Statt