From the late 1800’s until the end of the first World War, Buffalo’s Beltline made moving around Buffalo a welcome part of everyday life. Working dutifully hard as both a freight and cimmuter rail line, the line had 19 commuter stations supporting nearly two dozen trains per day. A trip cost 5 cents. A beer not too much more. Soon, this earnest, hardworking spirit will live on at Beltline Brewery & Kitchen–one cold, hand-crafterbeer at a time.