A couple of fun events coming up I want to throw out there today. Several local breweries will be donating beer, Heintzelman’s BBQ will serve up pulled pork, Marty Roberts and Donny C will provide live entertainment, plus there will be prize raffles and give-aways. These are large ABV, barrel-aged beers, and there’s only a limited amount available, so get them while you can; they’ll be served first-come, first-served until they run out.

Green cites a mint chocolate chip beer that the brewery tried as one of their own knucklehead decisions — though that’s still safer than the knuckleheads Murphy has admonished. Murphy has been calling people that disobey social distancing guidelines during the coronavirus pandemic “knuckleheads” for months. If you do something especially dangerous — say, attend a house party that contributes to the spread of coronavirus — you may even be nominated for Murphy’s Knucklehead Hall of Fame.

For the last few weeks Len Dummer and the folks at Knucklehead Craft Brewing they have been collecting food and toiletries for people in need. Patrons have been delivering bags of donations which staff members have been organizing and distributing to the homeless and refugee families. So basically, if you haven’t been to Knucklehead lately, you’re in for a big surprise. But remember, even if things a look a little jorja fox and her husband different, you’re going to find the same great people, welcoming atmosphere and outstanding brews that you’ve come to expect. The new space is about 1200 square feet, with very handsome tiling, stonework and fencing, with plenty of room for three or four tables, even in these days of social distancing. There’s a gorgeous waterfall feature and a large fire pit with room for another eight to ten patrons.

Trees will fall (for a future retaining wall to allow more on-site parking), windows will change, fences will be built, but Head Brewer Jake’s beer will remain the same delicious beer you love! Stay tuned as we move forward, be patient with us and continue to come in to your favorite “Webster’s only” brewery. Webster’s first and only craft brewery has grown up a lot since it opened in 2014.

And don’t worry about the sun; there’s going to be a huge tent with plenty of tables and seating. This weekend’s celebration is even more special as it marks the first full year the field will be in play . Hardcover books are only $1 each, and paperbacks only 50 cents. All proceeds from the event will benefit Challenger Miracle Field of Greater Rochester. You can read more about both these announcements in this article posted yesterday in the D&C.

And according to Dummer, those plans were accepted. But Len Dummer, one of the brewery’s founders, answered those questions with a smile and a wry laugh. He turned to his family to provide support and answers. Will usually ship within 1 business day of receiving cleared payment. Please allow additional time if international delivery is subject to customs processing.

It’s been perhaps two months since I was last at Knucklehead. My husband and I enjoyed a great dinner and a few pints outside at a picnic table, in a spacious area at the side of the pub destined to become a beer garden. Check it all out for yourself this coming Saturday, from 1 to 10 p.m. At Kucklehead Craft Brewing, 426 Ridge Rd., West Webster, at the corner of Bay.