Governor Simon Snyder
Governor Simon Snyder



Our Staff / The Pub Family:


Let's face it, the "Pub" wouldn't be here without a fantastic, amazing and wonderful staff!

Sara and Nikki have been here for a LONG time, surpassing 20 years each! Everyone up to our latest hire is like family and we are truly blessed! 

Our loyal customers also have to take credit for what the Pub is today. In the days before social media, it was all word of mouth- so Thank You!


Our Building 


The historic building SGB calls home was completed  in 1816 by Pennsylvania’s third and only three term governor, Simon Snyder, for whom our county was named. Construction began before the war of 1812, and was paused during the war. The building remains remarkably intact and is on the National Historic Register.

The Selin’s Grove Brewing Company is housed on the ground floor in the governor’s original kitchen, complete with a walk-in fireplace. The back room houses another fireplace that was in a detached summer kitchen. The current rear frame addition was built around 1900.


 In the late nineteenth century the building was home to Matilda Pierce Alleman who wrote a fairly famous book in civil war circles, about her experience as a girl during the civil war, Gettysburg; What a Girl Saw and Heard of the Battle.


OUR LOGO...what's with the Dog?


Our logo was designed when we discovered a historical account of a distillery & brewery in Selinsgrove in the 1830’s that employed otherwise, stray dogs to run in a large wheel thus powering the pumps. 

Every year we make a point of giving generously to local no-kill animal shelters in memory of those working dogs.


Brewing & About Us


Heather McNabb and Steven Leason opened, established and ran the brew-pub from 1996 to mid 2023. The new owners, a family 5 who have a love for the brewing industry, are motivated by our passion to inject a bit of a new energy into the brewpub industry.

We are keeping things fresh while staying true to the origins.