Attention all beer enthusiasts – Treleaven is offering local craft beer in addition to its award-winning wines at the winery! The breweries being represented include Cortland Beer Co., Hector-based breweries, Two Goats Brewery and Grist Iron, Binghamton’s very own Water Street Brewing Co and Belgian brewery located near Cooperstown, NY, Ommegang.
“It’s very important to us to support local businesses in this region, and what a better and fun way to do that than by helping promote a local brewery?” Treleaven Marketing Manager, Michelle Kokot said about the menu change. “We are always telling our customers that we have something for everyone when it comes to our wines, so we thought we should expand that to craft beer.”
A flight of four 5oz beers will cost $6, while a 16oz. pint will range from $3 to $7 depending on the beer. Treleaven will also have their very own 64oz. growlers available that you can have filled fresh off the tap with any of the beers to take home.
“Hopefully our customers will enjoy trying the selection from the area’s breweries, along with our wines,” added Kokot.
Beers Available at Treleaven
7 Valley Sout
Alcohol: 5.9ABV; Bitterness: 22.4 IBU
Named after the seven valleys that converge in Cortland, NY, this full-bodied stout is toasty with a touch of chocolate malt for sweetness. It pours pitch black with a thick frothy tan head and goes down easy, especially for a dark beer. Seven Valley Stout’s excellent black malt character makes it smooth, earthy, and delicious.
Fire House Pale Ale
Alcohol: 5.9 ABV; Bitterness: 47.5 IBU
Firehouse Pale Ale’s name was inspired by the 1914 Cortland Firehouse which is located across the street from the brewery. The beer pours a golden color with a frothy white head. It has a noticeable Cascade hop aroma, while the taste is smooth and slightly malty with just enough hop flavors to make it light and clean. A great everyday drinking Pale Ale.
Naked Lap Lager
Alcohol: 4.9 ABV; Bitterness: 13.0 IBU
A traditional American style lager, golden in color and light in body. Like swimming naked on a hot August night, this beer refreshes without being weighted down or with hop bitterness. Serve ice cold and enjoy.
Goat Master Ultra Pale Ale
Cream of the Crop Cream Ale
Alcohol: 6.30 ABV; Bitterness: 18.18 IBU
A beer that they got just a little extra “corny” with. A cream ale brewed with an abundance of maize in a nod to the areas rich grist mill history with just as much local honey as we could squeeze in. It’s not Genny; A cream ale we can all enjoy.
Sully’s Irish Stout
Alcohol: 4.8ABV; Bitterness: 24 IBU
They took an Irish tradition and put their own American spin on it. They start with a complex blend of roasted barley, black malt, milned coffee malt, oats and traditional English ale malt to produce rich, deep flavors of chocolate, coffee, toffee, and dark fruit. They compliment the mild roast character with a generous portion of American Willamette hops that gives this beer a wonderfully light body and a clean, dry finish.
Alcohol: 5.2 ABV; Bitterness: 47 IBU
A lager malt and spicy Tettnanger hops bill fermented with ale yeast.
Alcohol: 5.2 ABV; Bitterness: 11 IBU
A traditional Belgian-style wheat ale. Flavorful, soft and hazy. Witte’s quenching lemony bite makes it perfect for lighter fare like salads or appetizers. And its bright spice quality makes for a great compliment to tangy BBQ or even curried dishes.
We also carry domestic beer and cider.
Treleaven’s very own growler is available for purchase in the tasting room.
You may purchase an empty growler or fill it up with one of our craft beers on tap.
Growler fill prices vary by beer.