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Yorktown News: Grand opening for new business at historic church



Mohegan Lake is now the home of Argonne Rose Brewing Company, a high-quality craft brewery and gastropub.


Argonne Rose opened its doors on Dec. 31, two days after hosting a "Media & Social

Influencer Day."


"The turnout for our grand opening was way beyond our expectations!" the owners said. "The tremendous amount of support that was offered by the community was a very humbling experience for myself and my partner. We want to thank our patrons and the community for such a successful launch. We look for- ward to meeting as many of you as possible in the future."


The business was founded by a team of four people dedicated to bringing a unique social experience to the area.


The new brewery, owned by Marc and Sarah Capichioni, Dave Pearl and Pete Martine, is located in the historic St. George's Church, 1715 East Main St., which first opened its doors in 1911.


Revitalizing this timeless location is important to Argonne Rose's owners as Marc, Pearl and

Martine are all self-proclaimed history buffs. The inspiration behind the name Argonne Rose traces back to the Argonne Forest, the site of a pivotal battle that many say changed the course of World War I.


Master brewer Martine commented on his brewing process.

"The beers being offered are paying homage to age-old brewing traditions while

incorporating modern science, flavours and methods, creating brews that are the best of both worlds," Martine said.


The whole team behind Argonne Rose Brewing Company has set their vision and their

standards high.


"The community can count on us for amazing food and a great night out!" Marc said.

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