Winter at Cafe Ommegang 2015/2016

Winter is coming. And while we love to see the brewery grounds blanketed in snow, the cold weather means that we’ll see fewer friends at the cafe during the week. So for the next few months, the café will offer a limited menu Monday-Thursday. This menu features our popular frites, cheese and charcuterie plates, wings, and waffles. And of course, we always have more than a dozen beers to enjoy with your meal. Our full menu is still available Friday-Sunday and during dinner hours. You can view both menus here. The limited menu is on the first page.

Dinner reservations are available for Friday and Saturday from 6-9 pm. Reservations can be made online or by calling the cafe at 607-544-1800, ext. 825.

Tours and tastings will run as usual through the winter, on the hour for tours and on the half hour for tastings. Tours are free and tastings are $5/person and include a souvenir glass. The store is stocked with beer, wearables, barware, local food items, and fun gifts for the beer lovers in your life. Gift cards for the store and the café are also available.

If you’ll be in the area for the holidays, please note we’ll close at 3 pm on Christmas Eve and we’re closed on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day so our employees can spend time with their friends and families. Regular cafe and store/tour/tasting hours are 12-5 pm Sunday to Thursday. The store will remain open until 8 pm on Friday and Saturday nights while dinner is being served but tours and tastings will still end at 5pm on those nights. For more information, visit our website.

Stop by and see us!


5 responses on “Winter at Cafe Ommegang 2015/2016

  1. Jay

    Any schedule yet for the 2016 Bed & Brew events with The Inn at Cooperstown? We enjoyed the October 2015 event and plan on returning again for a future B&B; probably more than one future B&B.
    Great time!

  2. Greg

    I was wondering if there is a date set for the winter release of the barrel aged three philosophers yet? Also, how long do you expect it to be available at the brewery?

    1. Ommegang Post author

      No date set yet, the beer just went into the barrels so it’ll be several more weeks before it’s ready to be bottled. We’ll have an announcement on our social media channels when it’s ready for sale. We don’t expect it’ll be available for very long, and we also don’t yet know how much we’ll have for sale. It all depends on how the aging goes. Stay tuned!