The Springdale Barrel Room is where we let the ancient alchemy between beer and oak work its slow magic. Our thousands of oak barrels contain ales and lagers that are undergoing fermentation by a horde of yeast and bacteria. Blending these barrels into funky, complex and sometimes sour beer is an historical art form that we celebrate in our space.
Our experimentation also extends to that most important of beer ingredients, yeast. Many Springdale beers are fermented with classic ale yeast strains, rather than our parent brewery’s lager yeasts. These yeasts express themselves in our beers with spicy, fruity characteristics that are classic in many styles that we have have long loved, such as saison.
We are committed to the ideal that beer needs to remain fun. Our space is decked out with pinball, skeeball, arcade games and other classics that remind us of the birthday parties of our youth.
Jack’s Abby Craft Lagers was founded in 2011 by brothers Jack, Eric and Sam Hendler with the goal of brewing world-class, German-style lagers. After several years of expansion, the brothers decided that the challenge of working with ale yeasts and sour cultures was too tempting to pass up. Springdale Barrel Room is built with experimentation in mind as we seek to push ourselves and our beers into uncharted territories.
We are a 21+ only establishment. Infants in pack carriers or strollers are allowed. We do not have changing tables. Be forewarned that our space can get fairly loud on late nights.
We are located up two flights of stairs; an elevator is available in the lobby.
You may bring in outside food, or have food delivered from local establishments. We also supply delivery of pizza from the Jack’s Abby Beer Hall and Kitchen, for a small charge. We keep menus on hand for other local spots that will deliver.
We are only allowed to serve alcoholic beverages that we produce, so we can’t offer you any liquor or wine options. Non-alcoholic options are available.
If you are interested in renting our space, please submit a request here.