A Capital Region Favorite for BBQ and Brews Is Closing After 15 Years
Brunswick BBQ & Brew on Route 2 in Cropseyville, New York has been serving the Capital Region and the Berkshires since 2008. According to the eatery's Facebook page, this Friday, March 24th, the favorite stop for a bite to eat and live music will close it's doors for good.
Brunswick BBQ & Brew will be open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, March 22nd, 23rd and 24th and will go out with a bang this Friday with one final edition of their music series 'Closet Classic' featuring musician Tom Corrigan. This is also your chance to redeem any gift certificates or have one last pint.
A Brunswick BBQ & Brews social media post indicates that the past 15 years have been filled with loyal customers, surviving a pandemic, several floods, countless blizzards, governmental challenges, health challenges, tremendous employees and so many great memories.
The building that contains Brunswick BBQ has been a tavern of some sort since 1822. It has been an honor and a privilege to continue the tradition of being a community oriented family friendly Tavern, and look forward to its next chapter. - Owners,Gary "goose" Gosselin and Danielle Gosselin
The announcement of Brunswick BBQ & Brew closing came less than a week ago and loyal customers and friends are sad to see the place go.
- Our years living in Brunswick have great memories of many Friday nights at the BBQ. Love you guys. - Sara T.
- Sad to see you close! Many memories at the BBQ. Wishing you and the family the best! - Shirley L.
- I can’t put in to words how much I will miss this place thanks for being my cheers. - James G.