Brewpub in Granby, CT

Cambridge House Brew Pub

357 Salmon Brook Street, Granby, CT 06035
(860) 653-2739

Real Food, Real Beer, Real People are all a real good reason to go there.

Breweries near Cambridge House Brew Pub in Granby, CT

Cambridge House Brew Pub Beer

Cambridge House has a mug club. Let us all rejoice!

CBH also sells growlers to go.

  • Abijah Rowe IPA
  • Alt - 45
  • Copper Hill Kolsch
  • Disco Boy Pale Ale
  • Double "D"
  • End of Days
  • Moonbeam Stout
  • Pigskin Brown
  • Rock Bock
  • Three Steve Stout

Brewery Food/Menu

A brew pub just isn't a brew pub without fried pickles. Or, anything beer battered for that matter. Salads, pub burgers, CBH's own mac & cheese. You can even go family-style with it for $30. Wraps, sandwiches, and wings round out the pub grub.

Brewery Entertainment & Events


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Kettlehead Brewing Company taproom in Tilton, NH

Kettlehead Brewing Company

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Federal Jack's Brewpub in Kennebunkport, ME

Federal Jack's

8 Western Ave Ste 6, Kennebunk, ME 04043

Beerworks Brewing Company Boston/Fenway Park in Boston, MA

Beerworks Brewing Company (Fenway)

61 Brookline Avenue, Boston, MA 02215

Interesting Craft Beers

Katie, an IPA brewed by Amherst Brewing Company

5.5% ABV


Amherst Brewing Company

Saturday Morning (Lucky Charms beer) brewed by Smartmouth Brewing Company

6.6% ABV

Saturday Morning (Lucky Charms Beer)

Smartmouth Brewing Company

Dolphins on Parade, a New England IPA brewed by Barrel House Z

5.4% ABV

Dolphins on Parade

Barrel House Z

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