We are extremely proud to beRENSSELAER'S FIRST BREWERY!

Fenwick Farms Brewing Company now open!

WHAT'S ON TAP

As a brand new brewery, we feel we have an obligation to give you our best. We know we love our beers, but we believe that a major part of crafting something special is the enjoyment it brings others.
This flagship recipe was brewed in tribute to co-owner Kenny VanHouten who served about a decade and two over-seas tours in the United States Army. If it’s pouring in the brewpub, he has it in hand. This American Pale Ale pours a sunburnt gold with a one finger white foam head. Hops come from neighboring hop farm Cone Keepers. Fresh flake form uses Cascade and Chinook throughout the boil and dry hopped for 7 days with Comet. Great fresh hop brew.
We wait for the Hessian fly-free date to plant wheat in Indiana. Unfiltered and light on the tongue, our wheat ale is as liberating as it sounds to fly free.
The German word ``Lager`` translates to ``warehouse`` because of the cold storage fermentation. Early German settlers coming before Indiana became a territory brewed in forts & outposts combining tradition with local ingredients.
Rich roasted barley makes this robust and complex beer the perfect compliment to the locally-owned Willow Switch coffee found in the beer. Served on a nitro-tap, you’re sure to enjoy it’s boldness topped off perfectly with a nice, thick head.
3 Floyd's intensely hopped and gushing undead Pale Ale will be one's only respite after the zombie apocalypse.
Quaff ON! Busted Knuckle’s balanced, roasted flavor and medium mouthfeel make it a great beer for any occasion. This porter is in category of its own with a rich, complex flavor that’s found fans from both sides of the beer aisle.

A session sour mash-up of a crisp Kölsch, a salty Gose and a tart Berliner Weiss brewed in sequence with black limes, sour lime juice and sea salt.
Pours a dark garnet, somewhat opaque, with a one inch head and some spotty lacing. The smell is malt, caramel, smoke, figs, some cherries, some yeast. A light bitterness midway, a bit of a sweet note on the finish. Smooth, a good level of carbonation, a decent medium body. Scottish ale brewed by Shoreline Brewery And Restaurant in Michigan City, IN.
Evil Czech's kettle sour brewed with lactose, vanilla, raspberries, blackberries and black currant. Collaboration with HopLore Brewing Company - Leesburg, IN
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Fenwick Farms Brewing Co.

Welcome to Rensselaer’s first brewery!

Monday 11a-9p CST
Tuesday 11a-9p CST
Wednesday 11a-9p CST
Thursday 11a-9p CST
Friday 11a-11p CST
Saturday 11a-11p CST
Sunday 11a-8p CST

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NOW SERVING

Full lunch and dinner menu, fresh salad bar and appetizers!

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LARGE HD SCREENS

Catch the game on one of our many HD TVs. Watching from home? Fill a growler with any beer on tap!

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WHAT'S YOUR STYLE

Feel free to order a flight before diving into a full pint. Choose four from any beer on tap.

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THINK & DRINK TRIVIA

Starting November 21st at 6p CST

Trivia night is held every other Thursday! Winning team receives their tab paid for up to $60.
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ABOUT US

Fenwick Farms Brewing Company is extremely proud to be Rensselaer's first brewery and we know we share a lot of the same values as the little town that we call home.

We believe in hard work and taking pride in everything we put our name on. We believe in a genuine smile, a firm handshake, and an honest day’s work. We work hard to keep all these values at our core – every day, every beer.

Our goal is to become farm-to-glass as much as possible.  We know we will face consistent obstacles along the way including some we cannot control, such as things like climate and soil composition.  However, as we grow, we’ll strive to be able to show you where everything in your glass came from.