“Nestled in the heart of downtown Slippery Rock”
Nestled in the heart of downtown Slippery Rock, our brewery has a long and fascinating history. Peter Uber constructed the house and barn somewhere near 1805. By the time of the 1835 census it had been registered as an inn. Peter's son William Henry Harrison Uber served as the bar keep in his father's inn. William Uber (left) William Uber (left) In 1850 Peter and William added the existing storefront to the original house deconstructing the barn for building material. The rustic beams from the 1835 barn remain in place in our brewery today. Soon thereafter, Peter and William went from inn keeping to cabinet making and by the time of the Civil War, to coffin making. Apparently business was very good and it soon occurred to the Ubers, in their dead reckoning, that undertaking was the next logical step. Soon their shop became "Uber and Sons Undertakers and Furniture Dealers." The business flourished, even if their customers did not.
This place is dog friendly! We are going to stop on our drive up North to visit family. I will review again once we do.
The back patio is beautiful! They have a large outdoor area outback with a really nice fireplace. Good food, beer & atmosphere.
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North Country Brewing
- Mon - Thu: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
- Fri, Sat: 11:00 am - 12:00 am
- Sun: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
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