Welcome to The Black Abbey Fellowship Hall.
“Fellowship Hall” is what we call our brewery tasting room. Designed to remind one of a chapter house at a monastery, the Fellowship Hall is a place to gather and chat among friends while enjoying a pint of our unique but approachable brews. Much like our beer, the seven handmade farmhouse tables will remind you of a simpler time when artisans shared their work with their neighbors.
All ages are welcome, though you must be 21 years old or older with a valid id to drink. Sorry, no pets allowed.
We offer a simple food menu, but outside food is always welcome. We often host food trucks on Friday and Saturday evenings, so check our event schedule page for an up-to-date list. Fellowship Hall is open to the public every afternoon. We look forward to having you join us!
Monday: 3:30pm til 8pm.
Tuesday: 3:30pm til 8pm.
Wednesday: 3:30pm til 8pm.
Thursday: 3:30pm til 8pm.
Friday: 2:00pm til 8pm.
Saturday: Noon til 8pm.
Sunday: Noon til 6pm.
The Black Abbey Brewing Company tours are $10 and are on given on Saturdays at 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, and 4pm. Price includes tour, souvenir pint glass, and one 16oz. pour of the brew of your choice. (Barrel-aged beers not included.)
Public tours are first-come-first serve and do not require a reservation, though buying tickets in advance is recommended. Tickets are available for purchase in our tours section for early purchase. Online and in-person prices are the same.
Brewery tours scheduled outside of the public tour times listed above are reserved for parties of 10 or more.
If you have a group of 10 or more, please submit a large tour request by emailing brewer@
Please submit requests for large groups or tours outside of the given times at least two weeks in advance to ensure best service possible. We will do our best to accommodate your party, but additional requests are not guaranteed.
All ages are welcome, but you must be 21 years or older to drink.
We do check IDs, please be prepared to show your legal identification. A valid driver’s license, state-issued identification or passport are the only acceptable forms of verification.
Our taproom, Fellowship Hall, is open to the manufacturing facility allowing folks the opportunity to see, smell and hear everything that’s going on in the brewhouse. Unfortunately, this open floor-plan means that pets cannot be brought into our taproom space (service animals are allowed). Thank you for understanding.
Have a gathering planned and interested in joining us at Fellowship Hall? Want to set up a private tour for a fun group outing? Contact us for details!