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In an era of extreme everything, the Charter Oak Tree quietly stands apart as a patriotic symbol of strength and truth. That’s why we chose Connecticut’s beloved tree to be the symbol of our dedication to brewing the most
honest, freshest and un-hyped beer possible.
Our ales are handcrafted from 100% natural ingredients: select malted barley, choice hops, special yeast, and using only the purest water for a unique and delicious taste. We never use any adjuncts or preservatives.
Each varietal is carefully brewed to be the ideal balance
of flavors for that style beer.
Our beer is entertaining and enriching. For the enjoyment of our beer lovers, we have extensively portrayed the true events of the Charter Oak legend. Each variety and seasonal ale will share different parts and characters of this enduring story.
We hope you enjoy our beers as much as we enjoyed brewing them.
Are you one or both of the following?
Home Brewer, Beer Blogger
What are your favorite CT Beers?
If it's brewed in Connecticut ... it must be good!

Connecticut's newest Brewery in planning

This year, P. Scott Vallely, an entrepreneur that operating businesses for over 30 years, and decided sell his paper company and focus on creating and growing a micro craft brewery around the Southwestern, Connecticut area and market innovative beers for the Northeast.  Vallely has always had a passion and commitment to brewing only the finest beer and strive to make our beers visible and available to all beer drinkers. A response to a recent interview sums up his position "I am excited to finally follow my dreams!"
 Our first style to be introduced to Connecticut beer drinkers is our 1687 Brown Ale and will be released in June Our initial plan is to offer 4 year round flagship brands, IPA, Pale Ale, Brown Ale, and an ESB (Extra Special Bitter) as well as four more complex and robust seasonal brews – one for each season of the year.  All will only use the freshest barley, choice hops, and brew with only the purest of water.
Check out our website at http://charteroakbrewing.com
Or follow our Twitter account at http://twitter.com/charteroakbeer
Read about What's Brewing at Nor'easter Brewing Click on COBC Blog
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At 8:56pm on July 15, 2013,
Trail Blazer
Randy Miller

Please join Charter Oak Brewmaster P. Scott Vallely  for a two hour cruise aboard the Hartford Belle for a tasting and review of the craft beer movement in CT and Charter Oaks future. The tour will start and end at the Charter Oak Landing in Hartford. Tickets are $27 each.  Tickets are limited to the first 35 and you must be 21.   

Reserve your ticket now at www.hartfordbelle.com

At 12:59pm on April 30, 2012, Charter Oak Brewing Company LLC said…

-Today, why not order a hop plant and grow hops in your back yard?  I did and with a little water, I have Cascade and Centennial hops. 

-Today, why not visit your local craft brewer and fill a growler?

Visit our Tweeter page for beer facts, a few to think about…..

Connecticut moved closer on Thursday to becoming the 49th state to allow retail alcohol sales on Sundays.

Did you know, more and more restaurants are stocking craft beers made in a brewery that operates nearby?

Did you know, 6-row barley, once a popular brewing ingredient, is almost extent – most now 2 rows?

Update on our brewery ….

All of our packaging has now been confirmed to arrive at the brewery in time for our May brew. Distributors will... http://fb.me/VL08jkTD

May 14-20 marks the “Mother of All Beer Weeks” with celebrations in all 50 States. Lots of craft beer will be specially priced!  Visit your local Connecticut watering hole!!

At 12:50pm on August 25, 2011, Charter Oak Brewing Company LLC said…

A few Did you know ….  a few from our August Releases on Twitterjoin us @noreasterbeer

> ... something you should always remember about Craft beer – Quality and Freshness can never be beat! Drink beer … it’s good! Cheers!
> ... USA craft beer sales rose 15% in the first half of 2011, and this represented a record growth for the segment?
> ... Anheuser-Busch InBev 's report for second quarter of 2011 recently revealed the flagship brewery sold less beer and the biggest decline was Brazil and the USA, its two biggest markets?
> ... that the number of new breweries increased by over 10%, to 1,790 total breweries at the end of June 2010?
> ... that the Budweiser flagship brand is sliding in the USA market? It fell 6.5% to 18.1Million barrels or 36Million Kegs in 2010 … that’s a lot of falling!
> ... that Anheuser-Busch market share slipped to 47.9% of the beer market, while MillerCoors lost more than half a point, falling to 28.9%?
> ... That overall beer sales in USA declined 2% in 2009 and 1% in 2010?  This is the first consecutive-year slide since 1990s. The forecast is also down for 2011. First 3year slide since the 1940s.

> ... that beer stays fresher in cans versus bottles for a longer period of time – no sun, no air, no breakage and lighter? Beer in cans….why not?
> ... that SOUTH Africans are among the heaviest drinkers in the world on a pro capita basis?

At 4:51pm on June 22, 2011, Charter Oak Brewing Company LLC said…

We just added a blog for Nor'easter Brewing Company. We invite all the CT Beer Trailers to bookmark it and visit it often.


At 11:56am on February 9, 2011, Bryon Turner said…
Welcome! Looking forward to seeing regular updates on your progress!

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