THE WARBLER BREWERY FAQs

What is a taproom?


A taproom is a place where you can come and have a beer (or two), whether by the glass or the flight. We also offer growlers to go, so that you can enjoy a Warbler in the comfort of your own home or share it with friends! We do not sell wine, spirits, or beers from other breweries, and we do not sell food.




Do you sell food?


No, we do not sell food. However, you can bring your own food and we will have menus available from local restaurants.




Can I bring my own alcohol?


Sorry, no outside alcohol is allowed on premises.




Can I find your beers anywhere else?


We have limited local distribution. Contact chris@warblerbrewery.com if you'd like to add us to your beverage center, bar, or restaurant taplist!




Where can I park?


Parking is available just behind Warbler, at 155 Delaware Avenue Delmar, NY. Additional parking is available in the municipal lot located to the right of the building. Please be mindful of handicapped and reserved parking spaces.




Do you fill growlers?


We are now filling 64 oz growlers! We also sell 32 ounce crowlers, canned to order! You can order 32 oz crowlers in our taproom or online for curbside pickup.




Do you take reservations or book private events?


We do not, as seating is on a first come, first served basis.




Can I take a tour of the brewery?


We are not offering brewery tours at this time.




Do you sell merchandise?


Yes we do! Stop by the taproom to check out our current selection.




Do you sell kegs?


We have a limited selection of kegs for sale - call the taproom for availability.




Are children allowed? Dogs?


We are a family-friendly taproom, but currently do not allow dogs. Trained service dogs are permitted in publicly accessible spaces.




What are you doing to keep your staff and patrons safe during the pandemic?


The taproom will be in compliance with all New York State guidelines to ensure everyone’s safety during COVID-19. This includes, but is not limited to: -Limiting indoor capacity in accordance to current guidelines -"Vaccinated" and "Non-Vaccinated" seating sections as outlined by the State Liquor Authority and enforced through verbal reporting of vaccination status by patrons -Seating spaced out 6 feet in Non-Vaccinated section -Unvaccinated patrons and all persons in Non-vaccinated section must wear face masks unless eating or drinking -Readily available hand sanitizer -Frequent handwashing by all staff and protective gloves worn during service -Regular sanitary wipedowns of common-use surfaces such as tables, countertops, door handles, and railings