5 Indian Neck Avenue
Come enjoy the fruits of our labor in an aggressively laid back environment at our state of the art brewery. A destination for relaxation, conversation and beer.Mon - Thurs12 PM – 9PMFri - Sat11 AM – 10 PMSun11 AM – 8PM
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If you're looking to host anything from a corporate meeting, to a wedding, our Celebration Room is the place for you! Our room can hold anywhere from 30-200 people, with a private bar, deck, and much more. For more information, or if you would like to make an appointment to tour the space (Monday-Friday 9am-5pm) please contact Ali or Jen! Ali@stonycreekbeer.com | Jen@stonycreekbeer.com
Tim Palmieri has made a name for himself as one of the most impressive guitarists on the national music scene today. His dynamic career has been enriched by touring with Kung Fu, The Breakfast, internationally with The Z3, playing alongside artists such as Phish’s Mike Gordon and Jon Fishman, Oteil Burbridge, Snarky Puppy, Soulive, Umphrey’s McGee, Vic Wooten, Fareed Haque, Robbie Kreiger, Jeff Pevar, Stanley Jordan, Melvin Sparks, Karl Denson, Bill Evans, Ed Mann, Ike Willis, Stephen Perkins, Jon Harrington, Bernard Purdie, and teaching lessons in the New England area as well as nationally online. Tim’s loyal following hails his strong presence in the jam scene on the East Coast, which he works tirelessly to maintain. Always growing as a solo performer, his solo acoustic shows are peppered with a mix of thoughtful originals, classic covers, and unexpected rarities, each of which he makes his own through a distinctive style of rhythmic looping. He continues to expand his musical abilities through his many projects; the most active being Kung Fu, a funk fusion super group where Tim is free to showcase his incredible talent as a true master of his craft. Kung Fu blends jazz and rock, while embracing the groove of funk and electronic dance styles. Stepping up with The Breakfast for the past 20+ years and 1400+ shows, brings Tim back to his roots of original compositions, genre blending progressive rock’n roll mixed with a transcendental jamming style. He also is shredding the stage with The Z3, a Frank Zappa tribute arranged for a funk boogaloo organ trio while capturing the essence of Frank’s humor and musical playfulness.