In lieu of this year's 15th Annual Brass City Brew & ' Que.
We bring you 25 local craft breweries & distilleries to TASTE and ENJOY anytime leading into next year's event!!!
With a collection of 25 local craft breweries & distilleries who have exhibited at our BCB&Q event. We've partnered together to bring a moving brew fest ready for you to tour. Locations include:
New England Cider
New England Brewing Company
Brass Works Brewing
Inside the book, you will find locally crafted voucher offers from each location to be used on beer, merchandise and more. Each voucher can be redeemed throughout all next year to taste and enjoy at any of the participating locations. A $100 voucher value in total!
For the beer-aficionado, the book includes a notes section to capture tasting experiences in a keepsake 15th annual Brass City Brew & ‘ Que Tour book.
Your support will help us continue to advocate and align resources to revitalize & maintain our downtown Waterbury as a clean, safe and friendly place you can live, work, shop & play.
Help us keep the downtown in Waterbury!
"To advocate, educate, and collaborate for the revitalization and enhancement of downtown Waterbury by adhering to the Main Street Program's four-point approach of economic restructuring, promotion, organization, and design."
"Downtown Waterbury an easily accessible regional center and neighborhood in which to live, work, and play."
Main Street Waterbury's efforts to revitalize the downtown and our community are largely dependent upon our volunteers. You can serve in any number of capacities, from offering professional services to serving on our various committees to helping us manage events to helping with projects. Whatever you’d like to contribute to our efforts, we’re thrilled to have your help!
For more information or to become a volunteer, contact Main Street Waterbury at (203) 757-0701 Ext.302. Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.
is the 2020 Main Street Waterbury Community Partnership Award. Mrs. Jacoby of Woodbury is President of the United Way of Greater Waterbury. She received the award at the Palace Theater in Waterbury on Wednesday, November 11, 2020.
Dear Downtown Waterbury Friends,
At Main Street Waterbury, we understand the significant impact that the coronavirus is having on our businesses and the many stakeholders that contribute to the vibrancy of our beautiful downtown district.
We are living in an unprecedented time and circumstances are changing daily. Please know that we will do all we can to provide you with “up-to-date”and consistent information to help you make the critical decisions you’ll need to navigate through this.
If you have any questions , comments, concerns, and suggestions , we’d like to hear from you and we’ll do our best to get you answers! Stay safe and healthy !
Main Street Waterbury
Since the March 2020 "Stay Safe, Stay Home" Executive Order (No 7J) by Governor Ned Lamont , several updates and phases of re-opening Connecticut have allowed many of our downtown businesses to re-open safely following guidelines. While many corporate and government organizations have chosen to allow their employees to work from home, others have enabled a return to work staggered schedule allowing many of the downtown businesses to continue to operate in adjusted methods. For current updates, please read the guidelines from DECD.
All of our downtown businesses require a face covering such as a face mask covering nose, mouth and chin when entering. Please respect their requirement, they are simply following guidelines to remain open and help stop in the spread of COVID-19.
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We are honored to receive an Award of Excellence from the Connecticut Main Street Center