We offer specials every day and would like to share them with you. Gerry, our wonderful chef, is always dreaming up something different and exciting! Our main menu is always available as well as two soups, one vegetarian, prepared with the freshest ingredients. Click on the link above to see what we have for you today!
- C.H. Evans Brewing Company resides in the Albany Pump Station.
- The fireplace and chimney in the dining room.
- Old Evans Ale signs.
- A view of the dining room.
- A view of the tanks from the mezzanine.
to C. H. Evans Brewing Company at the Albany Pump Station, Albany’s premier location for food and hand crafted beer. With up to 10 in-house brews to choose from, The Pump Station is sure to have something for every beer lover. We enjoy creating a warm and friendly atmosphere and want to make your visit a memorable one. Experience the history and atmosphere that makes the Albany Pump Station one of Albany’s most unique venues! The space is simply amazing.
The C. H. Evans Brewing Company was founded in Hudson, NY in 1786. It continued brewing until Prohibition in 1920. We are celebrating the founding year by offering a special 3-course meal for $17.86 per person, appetizer, entree and dessert. Usually offered Sunday, Noon – 8pm; Monday & Tuesday, 4pm – 10:00 pm. Our full menu is always available.
The Albany Pump Station has event space to accommodate parties of 25 - 200!
With space for cocktail parties of up to 200, and seated parties up to 64, guests can enjoy full service meals, buffets, or cocktail parties with passed hors d’oeuvres in the luxury of our spacious mezzanine. Please call our Event Manager, Tim Mattias, at 518-447-9000 for information and booking. We will do our best to accommodate you! Add a beer tasting with our Brewmaster to edify and enhance your party, or just relax and let us take care of the work!
READ ABOUT OUR 175 YEAR HISTORY THROUGH 30 PRESIDENTS, WARS, and PROHIBITION
The Albany Pump Station consists of two adjoining buildings. The first building was completed in 1874, the entire structure being completed and put into service in 1895. Total floor space is 13,000 square feet and the roof trusses are 40 feet above the floor.