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The Matt Brewing Company
Brewhouse Square, Utica, NY   13501
Map Location           Latitude: 43.095808   Longitude: -75.242762
Email Address: [email protected]
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At our family-owned brewery, we have a long tradition of pride in what we make.

It is our attention to detail and uncompromising commitment to quality that has become the signature trademark of the Matt Brewing Company and our award-winning Saranac Beers.

A Brief History of the Matt Brewing Company
Brewhouse Square Utica, NY

As one of the few remaining great American regional breweries, the Matt Brewing Company has prospered at the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains in Central New York for over a century. Under the leadership of the third (Nick) and fourth (Fred) generations of the Matt Family, the Brewery has earned the reputation as one of the most respected specialty brewers in the country, producing a variety of distinctive, flavorful beers.

In 1885, young F.X. Matt I, a German-born immigrant, left a promising career at the famous Duke of Baden Brewery in the Black Forest region of Germany to travel to the United States with the determination and dream of owning his own brewery someday. After several years of brewing experience at the Bierbaur Brewery, F.X. Matt re-organized the faltering brewery to create The West End Brewing Company in 1888. Serving as both the star salesman and brewmaster, the brewery quickly became one of the largest and most successful of the 12 breweries operating in Utica at the time.

Today, Nick Matt (President) and his nephew Fred (Vice President of Marketing & Sales) continue this proud tradition with the celebrated Saranac family of beers ? a beer brewed to the same exacting standards of quality F.X. Matt established more than a century ago.

June through August , Monday - Saturday 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.(on the hour)
Sunday 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

September through May, Friday & Saturday 1:00 p.m., and 3:00 p.m.

Closed all major holidays.

Except for the summer months, we do request that you call in advance to make reservations for tours, which typically run 1 hour.

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