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  • Jun 20
    Trek Brewing Indiegogo
    Tue 8:00PM
    There is nothing better than drinking fresh local beer on a patio in the summertime. Trek Brewing is running an indiegogo campaign to help us build a patio at the brewery! Choose from awesome perks like hats, exclusive t shirts,...

Latest News

Fifteen Barrels

1860. That’s how many days it would take to drink your way out of a 15BBL fermenter. That’s assuming you only drank a couple pints a day, but let’s be honest… you can do more. We’d see you sooner than 5 years after you fell in the fermenter. I mean, it’s only 3720 pints to get through! Assuming you aren’t selfish and drink all of the beer in a 15BBL fermenter yourself, we will be able to fill 30 kegs every time we brew into these tanks. That is a lot of beer that we can share with all of […]

Trek December Update 1

Well, it’s officially December. Though TECHNICALLY we have until Dec 21 before Fall is over, we’re going to go ahead and officially say… Trek won’t be opening this Fall. We’re really really close though, and as frustrating as it is to wait, we promise it will be worth it. In the last two weeks we’ve had tons of major changes over at the brewery! If you’ve driven by, I’m sure you’ve noticed the biggest appearance change— the front has been repainted. We absolutely love the new color, and we’re looking forward to the rest of the buildings transformation. I can […]

Family

Hey guys! Happy Thursday! This week we’re going to talk a bit about family and what that means to Trek Brewing Company. First and foremost, we’re going to tell you (okay, brag about) about our own family. We’ll tell you truly and honestly that we couldn’t be doing this without the incredible support of our awesome family. We’ve had help from fathers and stepfathers, who have spent hours scraping glue. We’ve worked alongside brothers who have helped with the dirty demo work and the heavy lifting of kitchen appliances. Our moms and sisters-in-law have been design consultants and sanity savers. […]

Trek November Update 2

Hey everyone! We’re wishing you a very happy Thanksgiving! We hope that you’re about to enjoy a day filled with family or friends as well as lots of delicious food and beer. Maybe you’re even following our Thanksgiving Beer Plan. We know you’ll need something to talk to your crazy aunt about, so why not update them on the latest at Trek? In the last two weeks, a LOT has happened. First, and biggest, we’ve got floors. Floors in the taproom were ground down and sealed, and they look awesome. They’re also pleasingly squeaky, which is just a fun bonus. […]

Thanksgiving Beer Plan

Well friends, we’re quickly approaching the holiday season. All around us, the signs are there. You see people running around in a harried and hurried state – planning travel, parties, meals, and combinations of all those things. You’re probably more like us… aware that all of these things are happening, but mostly wondering what type of beer you should bring to your Thanksgiving meal. Don’t worry guys, we’re going to provide you with a fool-proof plan. First of all, we’re assuming that you’ve got a long day of family and friends ahead of you. Thanksgiving is a multiple beer style […]

Trek November Update 1

Patience is a virtue, so I’m told. I’ve heard this over and over in my life, for many different circumstances… and I’m sad to say that patience is a virtue I am still lacking. While we impatiently wait for Trek to open, let me get you all up to speed on what has been going on! The outside of the building is getting a facelift. While we prepped to paint, we realized that there were issues in the siding that needed addressed. We’ve now fixed the problems, and we’re almost ready to begin to paint. We’re excited to be able […]

Drink Beer = Do Good

It’s been said “He who holds the beer holds the power.” It’s also been said, “With great power comes great responsibility.” At Trek, we choose to accept both of these things as fact. We know that bringing amazing beer to our community will put us in a unique position to do amazing things, and we’re ready to embrace it from day one. In fact, it’s right there in our philosophy: “At Trek, we believe that great beer and great people come together to do incredible things. We’re committed to producing exceptional beers and supporting our community in our family-friendly taproom.” […]

Trek October Update 2

Guess what guys? It’s the last Thursday in October already. How is this possible? I definitely don’t have the answer to that one… but I do know that it is time for another Trek Brewing update. In case you missed it, last week we opened our online shop.  You can score your Trek Brewing merch before the masses by shopping online now! This week we happily shipped off some Trek hats, and we’re looking forward to getting you some gear soon too! There’s lots of great apparel (including hats) waiting to be yours! Over at the brewery there have been […]

The SHOP Is Live!

About twenty-four hours ago, quietly, without telling anyone that it was live, we added a whole layer of awesomeness to trekbeer.com. We’ve been doing extensive testing to make sure everything works… and at the risk of actually saying (typing?) it out loud, we’re confident. You guys… now you can SHOP on trekbeer.com. You know all those awesome exclusive Trek Trailblazer tees your friends have been wearing? They’ve been bragging about their softness? Yeah… you might have missed the boat on the Trailblazer one, but YOU TOO can own now your own super-soft Trek Brewing Tee! We’ve got it for you […]

Trek October Update 1

Well guys, it’s officially October. Even though the weather refuses to give up on summer, signs of fall are happening everywhere. We’re on a roll over at the brewery, making progress faster every day, and inching toward that opening date. In the last two weeks there have been some pretty awesome changes over at Trek. First off, we’ve got a brand new fire alarm system. I realize that this isn’t all that exciting… but we want you all to be safe while you’re at the brewery, and changing the building to a brewery required some structural changes, which then triggered […]