Like any story, Triphammer Bierwerks, started as an idea. In a small apartment in Brooklyn, New York, Scott Denhart, found himself looking at the tail-end of a stand-up comedy career and searching for something in his life that would leave an indelible mark on the world. A combination of a random tour of a local Brooklyn brewery, a home-brew kit, and a brewing book, the early stages of what would become Triphammer had been sparked. 

Years of planning, location changes, and setbacks came next but the Triphammer idea forged along for Scott, refusing to cease. In the fall of 2016 a full ten years from the start, the once small idea of Triphammer came to full fruition. Set in a 7,800 square foot industrial building with a unique local canning history to it, the brewery offers you an open location to enjoy your on-site brewed beer. 

So come on in, buy a pint or a flight sampler, and talk to the bartenders about why Triphammer Bierwerks truly believes, “Every Beer Counts.”