The Genesee Brew House and Rochester Red Wings
Invite Rochester to Turn Back the Clock
ROCHESTER, NY - The Genesee Brew House and the Rochester Red Wings invite Rochesterians to Turn Back the Clock and celebrate the stories and history of their 137-year-old brewery and 138-year-old baseball team. The Brew House and Red Wings are proclaiming May 15 to May 17 as “Turn Back the Clock Weekend in Rochester” and have planned events and activities to celebrate the history and heritage behind Rochester’s favorite beer and baseball team!
“Baseball and beer have gone together forever, bringing a sense of nostalgia for spending quality time with friends and family,” said Dan Mason, general manager for the Rochester Red Wings. “Brewed just a ‘homerun’ away from Frontier Field, you can’t enjoy a fresher beer than an ice cold Genesee.”
The Rochester Red Wings have a long history, dating back to 1877. Like Genesee, the team prides itself on staying true to its roots; it’s one of the only baseball franchises to have been playing in the same city since the 19th century.
“The Red Wings have been a part of the Rochester community for decades,” said Carrie Duggan, brand manager for Genesee. “We want to celebrate their history while also providing Rochesterians new ways to connect with Genesee’s heritage.
“People who haven’t explored our Genesee Brew House should stop by for a visit,” said Duggan. “It’s a great place to learn more about Rochester’s brewing industry while also getting a taste of some of the new innovative beers created in our pilot batch brewery.”
Rochester’s Turn Back the Clock Weekend Includes:
The Genesee Brew House
- Throwback pricing, music and giveaways at the Beer Garden on Saturday, May 16 and Sunday, May 17 following the game
- Jenny Girl look-a-likes throughout the weekend
- Guided tours through the Genesee exhibits and pilot batch brewery
- Memorabilia and nostalgic merchandise available in the gift shop
Rochester Red Wings Frontier Field
“Turn Back the Clock” themed baseball game on Sunday, May 17 at 1:35 p.m.
- Throwback pricing:
$5 tickets, including box seats
Fifty cents hot dogs
- Red Wings players in 1971 uniforms
- First 1,000 adults 21 years of age or older will receive a special Genesee Light and Rochester Red Wings koozie
- Appearance from Genesee Brewmaster Mike Mueller who will throw out the first pitch
- Genesee Brewmaster guided tastings at Genesee cart
- Appearances by Jenny Girl look-a-likes
- Special video board messages and images from inside the Genesee Brewery
About the Rochester Red Wings
The Rochester Red Wings are in their 13th season as the Triple-A affiliate of the Minnesota Twins. Operated by Rochester Community Baseball, Inc., the Red Wings have been a community-owned pro baseball franchise since 1957. Rochester’s pro baseball history dates back to 1885.
About The Genesee Brewery
The Genesee Brewery, based in Rochester, is the oldest brewery in New York state, and is part of North American Breweries. In 2010, the Genesee Brewery earned AIB Certification, a nationally recognized industry designation for quality excellence in food, beverage, and brewing manufacturing practices and product safety. The brewery makes the classic Genesee line of beers, the Original Honey Brown Lager, the Dundee Ales & Lagers family of craft beers, as well as Seagram's Escapes. The Genesee Brewery also manufactures beer and other alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages under contracts on behalf of other companies. More information: Genesee Brewery Newsroom.
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