Tri-State Carbonation Service works with a wide variety customers across a six-state region. From restaurants to breweries to amusement parks and everything in between, you will find us professionally providing the carbonation requirements for all the beverage systems.
Bella’Gio Ristorante is our newest partner located on 835 West Main Street in Cheshire, Connecticut. With an amazing lunch and dinner menu of the finest Italian cuisine, you will find classic and contemporary dishes made with the freshest ingredients. The restaurant is warm and inviting providing the perfect atmosphere for dining.
Owned and operated by Chef Frank Loga Bella’Gio’s kitchen philosophy is simple: every meal is authentically prepared from scratch. Frank has devoted his life to food and preparation from the age of 16. The former owner of Waterbury’s Aldo’s of Italy and with over 30 years of experience, Frank wants only your complete satisfaction.
We’d like to welcome Bella’Gio Ristorante to the TCSCO2 family! Visit their website to view the menu and photos of their amazing food & cocktails at bellagioct.com. Want to join the Tri-State Carbonation family? Complete the form below and one of our sales team members will reach out.
Some relationships run deep, and it’s interesting how they can become new business opportunities. That’s how the relationship between Wallenpaupack Brewing Company and Tri-State Carbonation Service began. The owners of WBC were long time Combined Energy Services propane customers. When Becky Ryman and her brother, Christopher, decided to take a hobby to a full-scale brewing operation, they knew who to call for their carbonation needs – Tri-State Carbonation Services, sister company of CES.
Located just north of Lake Wallenpaupack on Route 6, Wallenpaupack Brewing Company has been serving craft beer since September 2017 in their 12,000 square foot brewery. In their second year of operation, they were awarded the first ever “PA Preferred® Legacy” Award (2019) for their Wet Hop Farmhouse Ale. This award is given to a beer made with predominantly Pennsylvania-sourced ingredients. The award lent itself to the success of another local business, Hop Barons. Hop Barons, of Honesdale PA, are the growers of the hops used in the award-winning ale.
Fast forward another year and Ryman along with brewmaster Logan Ackerly have set some pretty lofty goals. Looking to double their 2019 production of 2,000 barrels, they seem to be on their way. With a wide variety of traditional craft beers including IPAs, stouts, Belgiums and lagers the brewery has also moved into hard seltzer.
We’re happy to have Wallenpaupack Brewing Company as a customer and look forward to many years of service for both their CO2 and propane needs. Visit them on Facebook @wallepaupackbrewingcompany.
Tri-State Carbonation Service provides beverage carbonation products to a variety of interesting and unusual restaurants, breweries and bars. All of them have a story and Ellen’s Stardust Diner is sure to please.
Located in the infamous Times Square in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, which is the home to Broadway theatres and the biggest New Year’s Eve party in the world. Ellen’s Stardust Diner is also home to the future stars of stage and screen.
Ellen’s is the home of the world famous singing waitstaff and some of the best diner food in the country. Since 1987, they have served Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner for tour groups and locals alike!
They are open every day, including holidays, and their hours of operation are from 7am to Midnight. They do not take reservations, just stop by and have fun!
So the next time you are in the city for a show, stop by their location at 1650 Broadway, New York, New York, 10019 – located at the corner of 51st Street and Broadway.
At Tri-State Carbonation Services, we are fortunate to have customers from all walks of life. We enjoy celebrating local, home-town folks who’ve followed their passion and make a thriving business.
Bad Seed is a local success story. It’s what happens when you mixed a 6th generation apple farmer together with a person who enjoyed making tasty beverages. Since 2011, Albert & Devin have been serving up a unique hand crafted dry cider to the world.
All of their ciders are made from 100% fresh pressed apples grown on Albert’s family farm. Bad Seed is the first American company to put a dry cider into a can. Everything in their cider is natural, no chemicals or artifical sweeteners. They are so serious about making dry cider that there is literally 0g sugar!
Bad Seed is now available in over 5 states and opened a cider tap room in Brooklyn, NY in 2017. They additionally have the Bad Seed Farm Bar at their home orchard in Highland, NY. Visit Bad Seed online at badseedhardcider.com
In an area known for wine and wineries, the Seneca Lodge stands out. For over 70 years the Seneca Lodge & Craft Brewery in Watkins Glen NY has been hosting guests with a historic lodging, great dining and friendly bar with its own variety of Seneca Lodge craft beers.
Founded by Donald L. Brubaker, Esq. in the mid-1940’s the lodge and it’s facilities are now being operated by the third generation of Brubakers. They proudly continue the traditions set by their family and keep the fund and memories happening for hundreds of visitors every year.
The Lodge’s Tavern Room hosts mementos of race events, hunting trips, and an unusual collection of baseball caps forgotten by patrons. If you happen to be sipping a cocktail in the upper bar, look outside—an attached bird feeder attracts a variety of feathered diners when there are no humans having a meal or a drink on the porch. And on tap is their own Seneca Lodge beer. Six varieties are brewed in the cellar, where it’s also bottled—a good souvenir for those who love small-batch brew. Brett began the brewery but passed responsibilities to current Brewmaster Jason Curran. Last year they produced 5,000 gallons, and every year they increase production.
We can’t thank them enough for dumping their former co2 supplier (hint – a corporate giant that forgot about service!) and chose Tri-State! Check out the Lodge at senecalodge.com. If you’re looking for a new CO2 supplier, visit our switch page and find out just how easy it can be.