Custom Brewcrafters is a micro-brewery in upstate NY. You may know some of their beer, especially if you are a wegmans shopper, but probably not all of them unless you have been to their huge barn-like structure in Honeyoe Falls. (NOT Honeyoe.) We were out on a wander -- the same one that took us to Roots Cafe -- and this is one place we stopped. We had a beer tasting and then purchased a growler of porter for as friend.
What did we taste? We tasted 6 beers -- including the porter, a black lager, a german bock beer, an ESB and a very hoppy (and apparently very popular) beer called Caged Alpha. The tasting costs $4 (which comes back to you if you make a purchase as a discount) and they actually give you pretty much for each taste (so much that we did not consume all of the beer, in part because it was an incredibly hot day, and. . . . ). The beers were varied, and each tasty in their own way. Trying 6 did not get us to all the beers even! I can say that the ESB was delightful, that the porter is pretty light for a porter, and that I would return and try others. (THey are the makers of Canadaigua Lake beer which appears on the grocery store shelf.)
A growler? My wandering partner had never heard this term, and I admit I first heard it in Harrisburg. What is it? A bottle that holds a substantial amount of beer (though a lot less than a keg) that you can bring back and get refilled. How environmental. Here's the wikpipedia article on the notion, which tells you more specifically what a growler is. And here is a dandy little piece from the beer advocate on growlers. Learn something new every day.
Microbreweries are a growing phenomenon in upstate NY and this is one with lots of options. And yes, it is in Honeoye Falls, NY