Thanks to all who joined us for the July 5th showing of Jurassic Park. Although we would have much preferred to be under the stars, the barn made for a cozy atmosphere in the rain.
Here are the upcoming shows:
July 19th – E.T.
August 9th – Back to the Future
August 23rd – The Goonies
Until then, some pictures from last night’s show…
A big thanks to our good friend Lindsay MacIntosh, Tasting Room Manager at Myer Farm Distillers, for inspiring the phrase Copper Lovin’. After she and others began using it more than a year ago (mostly in place of our name), it seems to have stuck… enough so to deserve a hashtag, we think!
When the mood strikes, please feel free to share your #copperlovin. We’ll plan to re-post media associated to our #copperlovin page.
In addition to Cayuga Ridge Estate wines, we also serve a regular rotation of New York State beer to help you wash down our wood fired pizza.
With one exception on this list you might close your eyes while sipping any of the pilasters on this list and feel yourself transported to somewhere between the Czech Republic and Germany.
Eurotrash Pilz, Southern Tier Brewing Company – A spring seasonal from one of our favorite NYS breweries, when it runs out this easy drinking pilsner will be no more (until next season). MJ’s all time favorite, a bottle of Eurotrash will pair brilliantly with our cheese board.
Brooklyn Pilsner, Brooklyn Brewery – Likely truest to roots this German-style pilsner is fuller in taste than the rest of its brethren on our summer beer menu. That is to say, if you want one that leaves froth on the glass along with a well balanced combination of toasted malt that gives way to hints of sugar and lemony hops then this beer is for you.
The Crisp, Sixpoint Brewery – Because during the warm summer months we can’t offer just two other pilsners on our beer menu, the Crisp is just as it sounds – light and drinkable with good balance of grassy citrus hops and malt. Decant a nanokeg of the Crisp into your glass and thank the universe for inventing a season to go with this beer.
Summer Ale, Blue Point Brewing Company – The only non-pilsner within our Summer One Beer Rotation, we weren’t huge fans of wheat beers until trying this Long Island seasonal. Light golden in the glass, this is one of the most sessionable, thirst quenching brews we’ve ever drunk.
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We open for the season on May 11th!
We are busy gearing up for the 2013 season.
We’ll be open for the 2013 season by Mother’s Day weekend.
Say it with us: Yeehaw!
Mother’s Day Weekend Hours: Saturday and Sunday, 11:30 AM to 5:00 PM.
Reservations not required.
Stop by and congratulate MJ on her recent Finger Lakes Foodie Award!
We can’t believe we’re posting our last menu for the 2012 season. That’s right – we’re open 3 more weekends before shutting down for the winter break.
Our October menu features some of the best pies we’ve had all season. I can’t believe how much I love the Octoberfest and the curry pizza features sauce from The Karma Sauce Company located in Pittsford, NY.
The Copper Oven is stoked to participate in the first annual Finger Lakes Cider Week. Stop by this weekend and next for a (free) shot of our favorite Finger Lakes Cider from Bellwether Hard Cider in Trumansburg, NY.