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  • 1. Equilibrium Brewery

    What’s better than a just-poured glass of Hudson Valley beer? That same beer with a platter of Equilibrium’s mouthwatering barbecue. The Middletown brewery’s restaurant concept leans heavily upon Texan ’cue for its finger-licking beef ribs, brisket, and pulled pork. Menu favorites sell out regularly, so get those orders in early. These Are the Best Burgers Read more...
  • 2. Drowned Lands Brewery

    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.

    3. Angry Orchard

    Angry Orchard hard cider has officially established itself in the Hudson Valley! As one of the most popular brands of hard cider in the country, it found a perfect home for its new state-of-the-art cidery on the site of an apple orchard in Walden.   These 6 Angry Orchard Cocktails Pair Perfectly With Summer BBQs
  • 4. Zeus Brewing Company

    If the name doesn’t tip you off, Zeus Brewing is kind of epic. From its prime location in downtown Poughkeepsie, the craft brewery pours beers like its Zeus IPA and Queen City Pils alongside Italian-inspired pastas and pizzas. Enjoy them in the brewpub or, during warmer months, on the rooftop overlooking the Hudson.
    Launched in 2020, the Hudson Valley brewery continues the Greene County building’s beverage legacy while producing popular pale ales. Related: Old Factory Brewing Company Revitalizes a Historic Cairo Bottling Plant  
    Each burger at Mill House is distinct, featuring a slew of gourmet toppings for complex, tantalizing flavors. The Porky Burger is the perfect bite. Mill House takes its fan-favorite Kilt Spinner beer and creates a barbecue sauce that is perfect atop pulled pork (smoked in-house for 16 hours), jalapeño mayo, homemade coleslaw, cheddar, and an Read more...

    7. Fort Orange Brewing

    In October 2017, three friends with a passion for beer moved their home brewing business into a space in downtown Albany’s booming warehouse district, and named it after a 19th-century brewery that once had been housed nearby. They added a seven-barrel brewing system, began brewing a variety of IPAs, stouts, and seasonal brews (try the Read more...
  • 8. Druthers Brewing Company

    Voted best restaurant in Albany county for its craft beers and elevated comfort food.