Chardon BrewWorks Undergoes Makeover

If you walk into Chardon BrewWorks, you may notice that the local restaurant, bar, and brewpub has undergone a makeover. The makeover was completed March 15, just in time to celebrate the second anniversary of this local establishment, which is located at 205 Main Street on the historic Chardon Square.

Chardon Brew Works

The first thing a patron will notice when you open the front door, is the new 36’ long bar that welcomes you and makes you feel right at home. Food and specialty brews from all over the United States are being served, and you can still get full table service. For the sports enthusiast or follower of the news, there is a large flat screen TV to watch. With the addition of the new bar and the other changes, there is an entirely new feel and presence at BrewWorks.

All the changes were made possible because of the hard work of owners Mike and Donna Nedrow who collaborated with Chardon Tomorrow to design, build, and install the bar. Many of the long time patrons who have supported BrewWorks since its opening have been recognized with embossed plaques, which can be seen in the solid wood bar.

Chardon Brew Works Main Street
Chardon Brew Works on Main Street

From the time I took possession of the space at 205 Main Street, I have envisioned a bar on the main floor,” said BrewWorks owner and Brewmaster Mike Nedrow. “I felt it was absolutely essential to our existence as a brewpub to have a bar on display, front and center. It has totally changed the feel of the space from restaurant into brewpub, just as I had planned.

If you are looking for a snack or some brew, stop at BrewWorks to see the changes, and make sure to say hi to Mike, Donna, or Natalie who will be happy to greet you. For more information about Chardon BrewWorks, please visit their website. You can also like them on Facebook.

If you would like to find out more about the efforts of Chardon Tomorrow to improve our community, please visit their website.

Jefferey Campbell
Author: Jefferey Campbell

Jeff Campbell is a community activist that writes about events and activities in the Chardon area.