Bluegrass, Beer, and The Bus
Beyond its beer, Glenmere Brewing offers live music and a pet-friendly outing. Glenmere will be one stop on Dirt’s Pour Tour, happening Saturday, June 22.
People love the comfortable and welcoming vibe at Glenmere Brewing, according to owners Michael and Shanna Sandor. They’ve been serving the Orange County region and beyond for nearly three years, and love being able to provide high-quality, well-balanced beers.
Their business is named after Glenmere Lake, the source of their brewing water. You’ll see green northern cricket frog icons throughout their place. The cricket frog is an endangered species found in the lake, and the icons speak to the local ties Glenmere Brewing has with the region.
Glenmere doesn’t just welcome you; they welcome your pet too. Since day one of opening, they’ve accepted all kinds of furry friends and have had no animal issues, even hosting a cat on a leash once.
Making sure people feel at ease and can focus on relaxing and enjoying classic style beer is the top priority. To keep clients engaged, Michael and Shanna are always on the lookout for what’s trending, what people respond well to, and how to emulate good beers they’ve tried in the past.
You can try Michael’s favorite beer, Dragon Fly, or Shanna’s favorite, Howlin’ Rusty,
On weekends, Glenmere partners with The Bus, a food service offering such options as empanadas and fish tacos.
On special Sundays, there’s live bluegrass.
So whether it’s the original music or the dark beer, Glenmere customers get a one of a kind experience.
Glenmere Brewing will be one of six stops on Dirt’s Pour Tour, happening Saturday, June 22.
To learn more and buy your tickets go to Pour-Tour.com.