Nyack’s Main Street just got a little bit hoppier. Brewmaster Zac Ross enriches the Hudson Valley beer scene with his latest venture, Marlowe Ales.
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.
Have you enjoyed a brew at The Drowned Lands Brewery in Warwick? If so, you've got head brewer Chase Planson to thank.
Want to savor a brew and soak up the sunshine at the same time? Head to these breweries with beer gardens and patios to do just that.
A passion project for two high school sweethearts, Lasting Joy serves brews on tap inside a modern, Instagrammable tasting room.
Embrace the summer holiday vibes with these Hudson Valley brews, ciders, bottled cocktails, and other refreshing Memorial Day drinks.
These sweet and spicy chicken wings are absolute crowd-pleasers, perfect for fun family dinners and social gatherings alike.
This brewery crafts orchard-fresh ciders at Locust Grove Farm in Milton, where guests can take in breathtaking views of the Hudson River.
Vosburgh Brewing Co., formerly the Elizaville location for Sloop Brewing Co., crafts farm-to-bottle beers and hosts live music on weekends.
Just a few minutes from Minnewaska State Park, Kerhonkson's Rough Cut Brewing debuts a new menu, rustic taproom, and scenic outdoor space.
In Hudson, Return Brewing unites four New York beer vets through a creative craft beverage program, with a taproom opening in 2022.
This German beer destination in Dutchess County continues a family tradition by crafting simple, classic brews and delicious pub grub.
The owner of Greene County's first farm brewery turns a 30-year hobby into a thriving beer business in the Hudson Valley.
We asked Valley brewers: What's one local beer you love to drink that's not your own? Here's what they had to say.
Tom Crowell of Chatham Brewing, Scott Vaccaro of Captain Lawrence Brewing Co., and the late Tommy Keegan of Keegan Ales share their insights.
The Hudson Valley is a craft beer wonderland that's only getting better as newcomer breweries enter the fold.
Wondering where can you get stellar food to accompany your beer? These ever-popular brewing spots have you covered.
Whether they're experimenting with unconventional flavors or crafting sustainable brews, these spots keep beer lovers coming back for more.
Breweries and farms are two of the Hudson Valley’s greatest treasures. Some of the best beers happen when they combine their goods.