CCBC Events, Meetings and Private Parties

Copper City Brewing proudly offers events space perfect for your next party, happy hour or special event. There are 2 options to host an event:

1. Rent the entire building – This is an option on Mondays only because the brewery is closed to the public. The rental is $150 (non-refundable) and the bar tab must reach $200. If the minimum is not reached, the remaining is added to the final bill. Rental time is 3 hours and $50 for each additional hour. $40 minimum gratuity. Building capacity is 95 people.

2. Coordinate a group gathering – CCBC can assist with reserving a small area for your group. Groups of less than 40 people work best, and we recommend avoiding peak bar hours if you seek some privacy. Afternoons between 12:00 and 4:00 work well. If you are bringing food, we will provide tables for serving. However, no outside drinks are allowed.

Beverages

Payment for events is very flexible. You can select cash bar in which your guests will pay for their own drinks or host bar and you will pay for all of your guest’s drinks. You also can do split bar and only pay for drinks during a specific time or until the tab reaches a specified amount. A credit card on file is required for all tabs. Copper City Brewing Company always has a great variety of hand-crafted beer on tap. We also carry New York State wines, hard cider and non-alcoholic drinks. You may not bring in wine, spirits, or any other kind of beverage for your event.

Food

Copper City Brewing encourages you to have your event catered or bring in food prepared for your party. We have a list of caterers upon request. We ask that you remove the leftovers when the gathering is complete. We will dispose of any trash.

Please Don't

You may not affix anything to the walls, or ceilings. Ask us and we can assist with decorations. Please do not use glitter, glitter balloons, confetti, feather boas, flower petals, ceiling draping, tape of any kind (we can help with this), thumbtacks, or flames. Use of any of these items or damage caused to CCBC property may result in an additional charge.