The Brewerie at Union Station Serves up History in Addition to Beer, Food: Giving You the Business
From history to hauntings, the Brewerie at Union Station is more than a place to wash down a refreshing, locally made beer.
Chris Sirianni has owned the brewpub on W. 14th St. for the past 16 years.
The Brewerie makes its own craft beer and handmade soda selections, plus many local spirits are also available. It also serves lunch and dinner.
The former Erie Train Station can be booked for private parties and events for up to 110 people.
There are also urban legends. A resident ghost named Clara called the former Erie Train Station home after losing her life in a fall down the back stairwell of the station in the early 1900s. Even the beer Apparition Amber Ale is named after her.
"People love not only the haunted and the paranormal stuff that goes on, but I think just tying it to the historical aspect of the building," said Sirianni. "What went on here for years, who came and went, as well as the very rich and history we have here."
There's also the trackside where people can eat, drink and watch the trains pass by every 20 minutes.