Craft Beverage Trail
1: Industrial Arts Brewery
With not one, but TWO Hudson Valley locations, Industrial Arts takes their brewing seriously. Join us in their Garnerville location.
2: Captain Lawrence Brewing Co.
Captain Lawrence Brewing Co. is located just a short drive north of New York City, in Elmsford, New York. The area’s largest craft brewery, it produces over 28,000 barrels of beer annually.
3: Angry Orchards
Come visit the indoor or outdoor experience of Angry Orchard. Eat, drink and play at the nationally known cidery nestled in the small town of Walden, NY.
4: The Hudson House
The first of its kind, this waterfront destination distillery houses itself in a former monastery, and soon-to-be-boutique hotel. The Hudson House is home to a one-of-a-kind farm distillery, producing ultra premium, limited batch spirits.
5: Millbrook Winery
Founded in 1981, Millbrook Vineyard and Winery is tucked away in scenic Millbrook, NY. Sip on the numerous wines they serve while looking at the gorgeous views of the Hudson River Valley.
6: The Catskills Taproom
The Catskills Taproom of the Crossroads Brewery is located on the bank of Catskill Creek, housed in the former Daily Mail printing facility. This secondary location of the brewery is ready to serve guests its award-winning beer.
7: Roe Jan Brewing Co.
Roe Jan Brewing Co. in Hillsdale, NY makes for a great casual night out. Join them in their historic building or beer garden!
8: Albany Distilling Company
The Albany Distilling Company was founded in early 2011 and commenced operations in July of the following year. Their first product was whiskey, followed by rum. Their rum was inspired by their proximity to Albany’s original 18th century distillery, and based on an 18th century recipe.
9: Brown’s Brewing Company - Rensselaer County
Located in Troy and North Hoosick, NY, Brown’s Brewing Company is a great place to sit back, relax, drink, and enjoy a meal, with plenty of brews to choose from.