Iroquois Beer Is Making Its Comeback In Buffalo
There's a chance that you've never tried Iroquois Beer. But if you're from Buffalo, there's a good chance you've heard of it.
You've seen the antique signs around the city, or maybe in someone's garage. You may have gotten a sip from your grandpa. But now, you might be able to get your very own bottle.
According to Buffalo Rising, Iroquois Beer is making its comeback here in Buffalo and it's Community Beer Works that is bringing it back.
There's a launch party coming up on February 1st from 5pm-9pm at Hotel Henry if you'd like to be one of the first to give it a try.
It's been more than 30 years since they closed their doors but this used to be THE beer in Buffalo. It was called "Buffalo's Beer" for a good reason. According to Iroquois Beer's website, "in 1952 it produced 500,000 barrels of beer and employed 550 men. At the time, 40% of all beer in Buffalo was Iroquois."
See what all the talk is all about on February 1st!