Guinness isn’t the only stout on our radar this month. Crack open some of these rich, delicious, local brews for easy sipping.
The Drowned Lands Brewery experiments with farmhouse techniques and microflora from the Black Dirt region to craft one-of-a-kind beers out of a historic Warwick building.
We asked local beverage experts about the best Hudson Valley-brewed beer they drank in 2020, and here’s what they had to say.
The Dutchess County brewery unveils Open Waters, a paid internship to encourage diversity and teach participants about the Valley's craft beverage scene.
Pumpkin beer? Golden ales? The Hudson Valley's craft breweries bring their A-game this fall with a smattering of seasonal releases.
Oktoberfest is happening now in the Hudson Valley, and everyone's breaking it down Bavarian style with brats, pretzels, and brews galore.
Lauren Van Pamelen turns her beer-making passion into reality in Chester.
Happy Valley Arcade in Beacon is a throwback mecca for Ring Pop vending machines, old-school murals, and all the Pac-Man you can imagine.
Two Villains Brewing Company is here to sate Rockland County's thirst for hop-forward ales, saisons, and stouts.
Embrace the holiday vibes with the Hudson Valley's top brews and beverages.
Coming this fall, Tin Barn Brewing brings New England IPAs, pizza, and poutine to a renovated Hudson Valley barn.
Stock up on your favorite brews and bottles during the COVID-19 crisis with curbside pickup, delivery, and takeout programs.
This smoky recipe combines pale ale with zesty lemon and creamy Parmesan to create a salad you'll actually want to eat.
What happens when an award-winning female brewer and a Zagat-rated chef join forces in Hillsdale? The result is Roe Jan Brewing Co.
Like a sommelier for beer, Woodstock's R&R Taproom owner Megan Reynolds explains exactly what it takes to master craft brews.
On the grounds of Old Adriance Farm, Black Snake Brewing Company is a small-scale brewery with big Hudson Valley flavor.
They're boozy, they're local, and they're the perfect present for that special someone – or yourself.
Garnerville-based Industrial Arts Brewing Company adds a second location to increase production and offer more programming.
Located on Front Street, Craft Draft combines coffee shop vibes with Hudson Valley beer and unconventional twists on everyone’s go-to lunch fare.
Named after the king of Mount Olympus, the Hudson Valley brewpub and rooftop bar claims its throne in the heart of Queen City.