Warren, PA's home for Outstanding Beer and Wood Fired Pizza
Born in Germany, Werner Muller came to Elis Island in 1830 at age 23. After receiving his citizenship papers, He followed a man he met on the boat to a small hamlet in Pennsylvania. He became the accountant for the Unified Kerosene company. Over the next 2 years Werner succeeded to embezzle almost $20,000 (Over half million dollars in todays world) from the incredibly successful oil company. His luck ran out on December 23, 1832 when he was caught having relations with the owner's daughter in a supply closet. He was never suspected of the embezzlement.
When Warren, PA became incorporated in 1832, just prior to Werner being fired, he cleverly changed his name to Warren and proclaimed that the new city was named after him.
His Great, Great, Great, Grandfather was a successful brewer and lawyer in Germany and helped write the famous Reinheitsgebot beer purity laws in Germany. Each Muller generation after perfected the art of Brewing using the laws but never opened a commercial brewery but instead provided their family brew to neighbors and visiting family.
Warren had kept the family tradition of brewing as soon as he was established in the Pennsylvania community and decided that he would turn his hobby into a career after being fired. He choose a location on the west side of the river on Pennsylvania Avenue. The brewery became an instant success with lines out the door of people picking up jugs of the brew. After less than a year daily deliveries started heading to Jamestown and Erie.
Warren was always flying off the handle at someone, delivery people, suppliers, even customers, but most of all his Master Brewer. It didn’t take long for Warren to gain the nickname “Wicked Warren” among the town’s folk.
The Brew Master had had enough after a berating by Warren that turned into a physical altercation. During the altercation the brewer picked up a stirring paddle and beat Warren to death. The Brew Master was so scared, he disposed of Warren by adding him to the in-house Wood Fired Pizza Oven and diminishing him to Ashes.
It has long been documented that Warren continues to “Stir the pot” by haunting the old brewery!
Our local music scene is popping and we wanted to showcase some of the best talent around. Come by on most Thursday evenings to enjoy live music. Who knows, maybe you'll find your new favorite performer! After all what goes better with beer and pizza then live music.
What bar would be complete without a few games to blow off steam? After you grab a Beer or wine, feel free to ask any of our staff to borrow a game and play away while you wait for your wood fired pizza!
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal Brewery hours.
330 Pennsylvania Avenue West, Warren, Pennsylvania 16365, United States
11:30 am – 09:00 pm
Memorial Day - Closed
4th of July 9:00am - 3:00pm
Christmas Eve 11:30am - 4:00pm
Christmas Day - CLOSED
New Years Eve - 4:00pm - 1:00am
New Years Day - CLOSED
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