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On Tap Now

Barking Mad Red Ale (Red Ale – American Amber / Red)

A malty red ale with a crisp & refreshing finish.

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Beautiful Lady (Blonde Ale)

Refreshing, easy drinking with hints of fruit

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Blurry Daze (IPA – New England)

The crowd favorite of the brew off between brewer’s John & Scott. John’s NE IPA is juicy and soft, with citrus notes including Grapefruit, Orange, Lemon, and Stone Fruit

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Cuckoos In the Nut House (Stout – Milk / Sweet)

A must try ode to an Almond Joy candy bar. Silky mouth feel and Creamy Chocolate flavors brewed with real almonds and natural shredded coconut.

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Dortmunder Lager (Lager – Dortmunder / Export)

Clean lager with a sweet back end.

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Ivan’s Reward (Stout – Russian Imperial)

This day ending Russian Imperial Stout features medium body, with marked chocolate roasted malts, and a dry finish.

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Lap Warmer (Extra Special / Strong Bitter)

An all around easy drinking beer. Soft on the palate and subdued bittering hops, make this true to style ESB crush-able in all weather.

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Lemon Bandito (Pale Ale – American)

This pale ale brewed with Neomexicanus hops from local Monroe County hop cultivator Mr. Wizard is lemony and refreshing. This pale ale shares many characteristics more common in well crafted blonde ales, try a pint or two today.

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Peanut Butter Treat Porter (Porter – Baltic)

Robust Baltic Porter with Peanut Butter & Chocolate infused.

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Sitting Pretty (IPA – Imperial / Double)

This smooth, cleaning drinking double IPA will tantalize the hop lover, and malt fanatic like.

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Stinkeye (IPA – American)

This moderately hopped IPA has a great citrus flavor. It will keep your tastes buds coming back for more.

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Two Faced (Porter – English)

This cross between an American brown ale and a English porter, is sweet on the front end and bitter on the finish.

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Coming Soon

A Word from the Owners

Pavlov’s Brewing Company? I’m sure many people will ask, “Why did you pick this name for the brewery?”

It wasn’t an easy process. Joan & I went through a whole bunch of names at one point completely covering my desk with sticky notes.

Then it happened, one Saturday night, Joan woke me from a dead sleep. She said, “We should call it Pavlov’s.” Still not completely awake, “What?”, I said. “Pavlov’s, now go write it down!” she instructed. So that’s what I did and then went back to sleep.

The next morning Joan came downstairs and we began to talk about Pavlov, who he was and what he did. It was an instant fit! For those who don’t know, Joan is blind and has a guide dog by the name of Quinley. This wonderful dog was given to Joan by Leader Dogs for the Blind, allowing her be more independent. Quinley is a product of the conditioned response, pioneered by Pavlov many years ago. Quinley has been conditioned with love and can do many things to assist Joan. She can find curbs, chairs, stairs, doors and so on. She has been a great asset to us and our lives. With Quinley in mind, we decided that naming the brewery Pavlov’s Brewing Company made perfect sense to us.

So come in and have brew or two at the Home of the Conditioned Response.

-John Groll