Buffalo Brewing Company and The Buffalo History Museum are announcing that the signature 1862 Cream Ale beer will once again be available to purchase, for a limited time, in canned form to be enjoyed at home.

A pop-up event to sell the beer, along with other Buffalo Brewing Company’s signature craft beers, will be held on May 29 from 11am to 1pm at the Museum’s main building at 1 Museum Ct. while supplies last.

With every four pack of 1862 Cream Ale purchased, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to The Buffalo History Museum to support operations and the continued preservation of historic artifacts, including the Chronicling COVID-19 initiative.

“We are very excited to make our 1862 Cream Ale available in cans once more. We hope it draws awareness to The Buffalo History Museum and its mission, preserving the history of Buffalo and W.N.Y.!” Said co-founders of Buffalo Brewing Company, Heather and John Domres, Jr.

The Museum will be offering a 20% discount on memberships and 20% off Museum Shop purchases for new and current members of the Museum on May 29. Additionally, there will be two raffles, one for new members that join May 29 and one for current members, for Pan-American Exposition-themed baskets. Winners will be contacted the week of May 31 for pick up.

“Buffalo Brewing Company has been steadfast supporters of the Museum and Buffalo history,” stated Megan Hahin, Development Officer of the Museum. “We are looking forward to welcoming them back at the Museum as our brewery partners for this pop-up event and many more events to come!”

For more information, visit www.buffalo-brewing-company.com and www.buffalohistory.org/