Peekskill Beer Guide: Your Peekskill guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Peekskill

66 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Brewpub very close to the train station. Big outdoor space, with beers served from a temporary outdoor facility. On our visit, there was obnoxiously loud music and a very long wait for beers. Beers were medium quality. Single cans available to drink on the train back to NYC.“
explosivedog 559 days ago
64 /100 5 JOHN WALSH BOULEVARD
“Brewery plus arcade and laser tag, in a lovely location on the waterfront. One can walk all the way along the river to/from the train station, which is pleasant. Beers ranged from fine to not fine. Food similar quality, though the server was helpful and friendly. Not my favourite place.“
explosivedog 559 days ago
72 /100
Fin & Brew (Restaurant)
5 JOHN WALSH BOULEVARD
“Upstairs from the taproom of River Outpost brewing. Great food, very nice view of the river, and the same 8 taps as below. A bit pricey but satisfactory.“
trapped 1210 days ago
72 /100 5 JOHN WALSH BOULEVARD
“Exactly as described by j12601; in fact we had trouble finding the taproom, since we didn't think it would be inside the arcade area, and went upstairs to the restaurant also attached to the brewery. They had 8 on tap, generally okay beers, and good but pricey food menu. Got flights of 4, and liked them.“
trapped 1210 days ago
84 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Well set up brew pub with two separate seating areas depending on the type of experience you're trying to have. Service was great, attentive and knew a good amount about the beers. Beers were varied in style and all were above average and well done. Food was solid, upscale pub fare that will fill you up. Definitely worth a stop if you're coming from anywhere in upstate New York to the city.“
jbruner 1425 days ago
72 /100 5 JOHN WALSH BOULEVARD
“A spin off from Captain Lawrence, located in a large building that shares open spaces with an arcade, laser tag, ropes courses, and some other stuff it seems. Came on the official opening day and was not expecting the shared space thing. Odd to sit at a table in the brewery portion when the neighborhood table seems inhabited by a portion of a children's birthday party going on in the arcade. The entrance to the laser tag and ropes goes essentially through the brewery seating. Bar seats 10, there are communal picnic tables that can hold probably another forty, then 4-tops for another twenty. The brewhouse is visible through glass next to the bar. 8 beers on tap, all clean (only mention that since the guy they made the brewer here used to head up the sour program at Captain Lawrence). Flights of four available, which makes me happy when the taps divide nicely by the flight size. Beers are good, good menu and all the food coming out looked good as well. Worth a visit, but be prepared for a lot more kids running around than most breweries. On the plus side, totally fine to bring yours along and with the other stuff here, plenty for them to do.“
j12601 1591 days ago
72 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“ABove average beers. Good service with blend of clientele who love that way who can be successful but terrible bar mates.“
Sammy 1893 days ago
66 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Big place but filled with loud people, who aren’t even there to drink beer! Why would anyone go to a brewpub, sit at the bar and just sip water with a wedge of lemon? The beer was not too bad although there was a very strong similarity between most I’ve tasted. Amazeballs and Stoaked were fine though. Food was horrible, I asked for meat plate and almost got salt poisoning. The duck proscuiotto was smothered with salt. Anyway, gone there, had my ticks, probably not again.“
trapped 2500 days ago
76 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“A real good one. Brewmaster knows his job well - all brews I have tried were great.“
Sokolov 2656 days ago
84 /100
Birdsall House (Restaurant)
970 MAIN STREET
“Went here as my very first place outside of Europe . The interior is nice, service was very friendly and attending ( not much people in here as well ) . Food was great , taplist was nice as well, plus they were willing to give half pours as I wanted to taste too much for full glasses . Knowledge is def above what I’m used to in an average bar in Belgium , as she knew all the beers and was able to recommend beers and describe them . Nice experience !“
kraddel 2708 days ago
86 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Very cosy pub with an interesting , rather industrial interior . Staff was above helpfull and knowledgeable ( since it appear to be brewers here themselves ) , and were very friendly . The menu contains some of their own fine beers, plus a few guests ( 4 at the time ) that are also pretty damn good . Also one cask that is filled up every thursday with an experimental beer . Very nice place and I really enjoyed it !“
kraddel 2708 days ago
88 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Stopped by on way up north for lunch. Great friendly service, food was quite good, and the beers are nice. I like the classy ambiance with view of river. You have to stop here if in Peekskill.“
Jow 2734 days ago
84 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Stopped by on my way to a friend’s house in western CT, and man what a worthy detour. Very cool layout, industrial feel, only got the house pretzel to snack on but it was great and the menu looked legit. Beers were very good, ranging from one of the better California Commons I’ve had to an absolutely outstanding APA. Friendly, attentive bartenders. I can imagine it could get a bit raucous, but we got here around 4 and it was perfect. Great experience.“
craftycarl21 2841 days ago
64 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Holy loud. The ambiance is concrete, with lots of people jammed into a small place. Sounds like an aircraft hangar -- with the plane’s engines at full bore. Helpful, knowledgable barkeeps. A range of Peekskill beers with a hard lean toward ales (of fairly average craft quality). Maybe the best food I’ve ever had in a small brewpub? It’s certainly up there. But, sadly, I had a noise headache after 20 minutes. So, no.“
TylerGreenDC 2870 days ago
84 /100
Birdsall House (Restaurant)
970 MAIN STREET
“recent visit when in Peekskill area...bar dominates most of main room with some tables..outdoor beer garden is huge...can really see how one can spend hours here on a nice day..playing bocce...getting fresh air..the place has 20 beers on tap with some good offerings..showed up during happy hour..would have been nice if they actually told you about happy hour specials and pricing..like mentioned on their website..that was my biggest gripe with this place...liked the beer selection...absolutely loved the food..their homemade charcuterie is wonderful and I had a shrimp and grit special entree that was one of the better dishes I have eaten in quite some time..liked that they play project old classic movies onto walls of the bar without sound..adds a cool vibe..apparently certain nights in summer they have movie nights with the sound on...kind of in a little sketchy part of main st peekskill..just to keep in mind if walking...overall great beer selection..big city food..food did seem just a few dollars overpriced..worth a visit when visiting PB as well...“
HeadyDE 2906 days ago
70 /100
Birdsall House (Restaurant)
970 MAIN STREET
“Decent atmosphere, OK NY focused draft list, decent food. Service can be slow.“
Maverick34 2994 days ago
82 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Bright, clean new brewpub. Split level design with the taproom downstairs and more of a restaurant feel upstairs. Service is friendly--although they do get distracted somewhat easily. Beer selection is quite good--consisting of their house beers (which tend to tilt towards the hoppy side of things) and a few guest drafts. Some days the selection can be a bit skewed and not have all of the bases covered. Food has been decent in my experience (I dig the fries). Prices are reasonable and you can get half-pint pours. Overall, I look forward to stopping in here when I pass through Westchester County.“
callmemickey 3135 days ago
82 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Visited: 3-6-12 I stopped by the Peekskill Brewery while in the area for work. I really stopped in to try what Chief has brewing in his kettles. A: Decent place to drink, the building in the shape of a L and has the dining on one side and the bar on the other side of the shape. The bar area holds about 15 -18 patrons at the bar and has another 10-12 tables surrounding. Q: I had three on site beers and they were all really good, very well carbonated, and well balanced. I only wish I had time to stay and drink more. S: The bartenders were decent and were well informed....even to the point where they tapped a new beer and all tried it and described the taste to each other. S: They had 7 in house taps, 9 guest taps and had a bunch of good bottles in their coolers. The selection between the beers was a wide array and of good variety and taste. F: I ordered the PB Burger with Parm/Lemon Fries...the burger was decent, the fries were over cooked. The food was average but very over priced for the quality and quantity. Do not recommend eating here. V: The beers were all roughly $6/pint which is somewhat high to mose places. Although the beers were good, they were pricey compared to most brewpubs along the eastern new york area. And I wont even get into the food (see F:) Overall, a decent place, great beer, mediocre food which was over priced. Go to Drink, not to eat.“
merc7186 3151 days ago
92 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“This is located in scenic Peekskill near the river. The main level is bar seating with another bar and full restaurant seating upstairs. We opted for upstairs as the bar was quite full on this Saturday night. No less than two well-trained servers kept our table clean, our glasses full, and made us feel like welcome guests. Our food choices were difficult to make from their small, yet varied menu, and our selections did not disappoint. This is worthy of an out-of-state drive for the food, beer, and atmosphere. After dinner, we retreated to the bar below and conversed with a few locals while enjoying more fine beverages.“
BeerandBlues2 3160 days ago
94 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“This was my favorite spot on a two day brewery trip of Joisey an New Yawk. Large place on two levels, bar is downstairs, restauarant and another bar upstairs, with an opening you can look down into the main bar. Every one of the beers was solid and interesting, a few were outstanding. The food was terrific, and the service was quick, friendly effificient. Very friendly locals and regulars. A minor complaint is that it gota bit noisy, but the vibe was really good. Worth going well out of your way to visit.“
Travlr 3172 days ago
88 /100
Birdsall House (Restaurant)
970 MAIN STREET
“Visited here recently after first visiting the Peekskill Brewery. Someone there mentioned I needed to visit here too (they should get commissions from Birdsall...lol). Great atmosphere...dark wood...long bar with lots of taps, and best of all a really cool outdoor garden. I found the draft beer selections to be very strong. The flights have 5 beers on them so you can do some real damage to the draft offering pretty quickly. I basicially tried most of the taps (3 flights), and particularly appreciated the many locally brewed beers available. The two bartender/servers I spoke with really contributed to the visit being so good. Then top that off with some really good food and you have a winning combination. I suppose the prices are a bit on the higher side...but given how often I drink in The City...I really didn’t blink an eye. I will tell you that my favorite craftbeer bar is the Blind Tiger...so I suppose you can say I’m not completely unbiased...but to me at least...The Birdsall stands on its own.“
PRBeer 3185 days ago
70 /100
Birdsall House (Restaurant)
970 MAIN STREET
“nice big outdoor dining area, with 1 section super informal, the other standard outdoor dining. the food was really great -- rich and delicious. though almost everything had bacon in it, so if you don’t eat meat, that takes a lot off the menu. great beer selection. though the one disappointment was that the food took forever, and it wasn’t just our table, we noticed. luckily, the beers came quickly.“
bob_w 3185 days ago
86 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Visited here recently after discovering their beer at a Hudson Valley beer night at Mission Delores in Brooklyn. This place is in a new building as of about 9 mos ago after spending about 5+ yrs in a very small old restaurant space in the same town. The new building is very modern, clean and classy if a bit antiseptic (i.e. missing a little character). Nonetheless, the beers are great. Usually more is not better as many breweries make too many beers and all or some suffer as a result. PB had 14 of their own beers on tap during my recent visit and I really enjoyed no less than 9 of them! That is really quite an achievement. Several of them were exceptionally good with my favorite being the Higher Standard IPA. The food here is great too and complments their beers. A trip to Peekskill is a really nice two location trip if you include a visit to The Birdsall House while in town too.“
PRBeer 3199 days ago
90 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“We really enjoyed our visit here. Only had a couple of apps, but the food was excellent, and the menu was very interesting. Nice location right by the Hudson. The beer selection was really A+. I’ve enjoyed Peekskill beers in the past, but they had so many I’d not tried previously, and they most leaned toward the excellent side. Our bartender was very nice as well. I really had no complaints.“
ben4321 3207 days ago
80 /100
Birdsall House (Restaurant)
970 MAIN STREET
“Visited May 2012.

This place wasn’t even on the radar until someone at Peekskill Brewery mentioned it. Very cool downtown area with a small town feel to it. This place is old looking and certainly has that feel to it as well. The tap list is pretty interesting and full of NY-made beers. The most interesting ones (new ticks) were some beers from a place called Newburgh and one from somewhere called Wandering Star. Also ordered a pancake just to try the bourbon barrel aged maple syrup.“
t0rin0 3223 days ago
70 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“The town of Peekskill clusters round a picturesque bay on the Hudson River and right at the heart is the Peekskill Brewery. It has two parts, with entrances in two streets at right angles to each other. The main bar is quite small and narrow, with high top tables. It has malt sacks in frames on the wall and the 16 draught beers are listed on a blackboard surrounded by colourful drawings. It had a nice local feel to it and seemed to be doing a good trade. (Visited 31 October 2012).“
Boudicca 3235 days ago
82 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Visited May, 2012.

Located near the lake and a large park this little town has some charm to it. Of course upstate NY is very scenic already so that helps. The brewery is in a strange building that seems like it is really two buildings connected with a walk way. I ordered a Cuban sandwich and a flight of beers. While the sandwich was OK the beer was really good. Where did these guys come from? The Berliner was nice and the DIPA was awesome. The server wasn’t real familiar with the beer but was very friendly. If this place was local to me I would spend a lot of time here. I also walked around the park and checked out some of the war memorials that were in the middle of the park. Really neat place.“
t0rin0 3247 days ago
84 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Great brewpub near the Hudson River in the small town of Peekskill. There is a downstairs "taproom" and an upstairs bar and pub. There is not much difference between the 2 although there are more tables upstairs. Both serve food though and the atmosphere is a little quieter upstairs. Plenty of taps, around 10 house beers, and they have a few guest taps as well. They had a few IPAs which seem to be regulars, an awesome Irish breakfast stout, a stellar imperial stout, a sour, saison, rye stout, and others. They offer half and full pints. Pricing is slightly less than NYC fares, but on the steeper side overall ($4-5 for a half pint). The food is really good- I was blown away by my Ploughman’s platter. They focus on homemade, quality food and mostly offer sandwiches (at lunch anyway), with some other things. Again, prices are on the higher side (worth it to me). The service was a little slow at first, but once they realized we were into the beer, gave us a few free samples. Overall, I had a great time and would love to come back when I’m in the area. Tasty beers and excellent food, a winner.“
LilBeerDoctor 3248 days ago
82 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Laid back small town vibe with some pretty awesome house beers. 15 ish house beers available at $2 per sample, $3-4 for a half pour, and $6-7 for a full glass. Friendly service from folks that seem like they actually want to be there. Also, they have this space age counter pressure growler filling machine that lets them bang out growler fills super fast. Welcome to the future.“
blipp 3290 days ago
78 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Review at the new location: I like this place but the way the space is chopped up is a little awkward. I can’t complain about having the brewery on the first floor right there when you enter - all on display behind a large plate glass window the way it should be. And I guess I shouldn’t complain about having the Tap Room (tasting room) right there next to it, but if you’re going to the Pub for a bite to eat (and you’re kinda dull like me) it’s not immediately clear that you have to hop the elevator. Anyway, upstairs, we found the menu of simple fare well done. I could wish for bigger windows to enjoy the river view. The dining room upstairs is really nice. Beautiful build-out, spacious, well lit. Very tasteful. With a big bar at one end. Our waiter was perfect: virtually absent except when you needed him and went way out of his way to make sure we had what we wanted - not just what we needed - to the point where when I was toiling over the beer menu he offerred to bring some tastings for free just to get me started. I tasted 5 of their beers while I was there. My world wasn’t rocked - I think they have to work on that a bit to find some sweet spots. All in all, I wish there was a place this cool near me I would go there all the time.“
philipmeese 3385 days ago
90 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“After finding out Peekskill was only an hour from my apartment I knew this was going to become a monthly trip. The brewery is a short two minute walk from the Peekskill station which adds to the convenience of traveling from NYC. Two floor brewery with the bar/taproom on the first floor and the restaurant/bar on the second level. Great service - everyone was friendly. The taplist includes around 10-15 PB beers and a couple guest brews. Great bar area and good music. We will definitely be back. Cheers.“
jredmond 3389 days ago
70 /100
Beverage World (Beer Store)
1719 MAIN ST
“I remember this place from 1978! I used to drink mass produced American piss back then so when I returned home I just had to see if they had some good craft beer here. Indeed they do! Lots of great local NY brews plus many other greats like Founders.“
Icommonsewer 3488 days ago
72 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Located in downtown Peekskill, there is a nice waterfront park across the street and the tracks (nearly got nailed in the head by a railroad crossing arm coming down) and its a very charming town. Small building (though they are moving soon down the street to a bigger place). Neighborhood restaurant feel. The bartender was quite nice and hooked me up with a couple extra samples since I was from out of town. The sampler is only 4 samples for $10... a little pricy. The beers ranged from average with minor flaws to very nice. Lots of nice guest taps also. I didn’t eat but other people’s food looked and smelled good. It started off a bit rough but I ended up really enjoying my visit.“
Drake 3584 days ago
82 /100
Birdsall House (Restaurant)
970 MAIN STREET
“Stopped by after a hike at Bear Mountain. This place is situated on Main Street, so there’s parking on the street and plenty of lots nearby. The interior is rustic with checkerboard floor tiles and the exterior has about 8 full tables with umbrellas and a smattering of picnic tables and a decent amount of grass space to sprawl about. I visited in the afternoon, but I could really see myself enjoying the ambiance outside at night time. The service was fine and their food was very tasty. Food prices were average to above average, but nothing wallet killilng. Beers ranged from $6 to $7.50 for pints, but they also offer smaller servings for those interested in sampling. Between this place and the Peekskill Brewery, this downtown provides an underrated haven for beer lovers.“
joebudzjoe 3682 days ago
82 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“The New York City area could use a couple more brewpubs, so I was happy to come across this one. Their bigger, more modern new location really moves them up a bit, in terms of both style and quality. The tap selection emphasizes their own brews, which are generally very good, especiall the IPAs. Prices are reasonable for the quality, and the food is very good indeed. Onion rings are real, freshly made onion rings, not the lifeless frozen junk most places serve, and I had a pork sandwich that was surprisingly tender and tasty. The environment is pretty simple and traditional, with a few TVs showing sports. It is located a short distance from the train station (and from a nice park with views of the Hudson), so you should consider paying this place a visit. The environment is friendly and relaxed, and pulls in a wide range of customers. It is possibly the best brewpub I have been to.“
Slipstream 3696 days ago
80 /100
Birdsall House (Restaurant)
970 MAIN STREET
“Stopped in for food and drinks after golfing. Got a sampled and some apps. The food is all farm to table and was quite good. Beer list was decent and prices weren’t bad. We ate in beer garden. Ambiance overall was ok and service was decent.“
Jow 3726 days ago
76 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Nice little brewery/restaurant located a stones throw from the Hudson river. Had five of their own brews on tap and I think 12 guest taps. Lots of different bottles in the fridge. I hope to make it back.“
Leafs93 3998 days ago
78 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Interesting place. As noted, two different rooms facing two intersecting streets. Rooms connected by long hallway. Sat in the bar and sampled their own brews. Overall, decent flavor. The Mrs. enjoyed the Sally Sweeney oatmeal stout so that’s saying something. Food was pretty good as well, beyond pub fare. Seemed to have a large selection of bottles and offered a few more drafts from other brewers. Interesting town just up from Indian Point.“
BiddleBrau 4073 days ago
80 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“What a fascinating place that’s located on a corner facing two different streets. There’s a restaurant area that faces one street and much narrower bar that faces the train station. I sat at the bar. They had 4 of their own, 3 of which were pretty damn good, and a nice selection of guest taps as well as bottles. I also enjoyed the conversation with the bartender who clearly has a passion for beer and made a couple of great suggestions. the ubiquitous hamburger was pretty solid as well. If I lived in the area, I would definitely visit often.“
DiarmaidBHK 4078 days ago
70 /100
Birdsall House (Restaurant)
970 MAIN STREET
“Apparently this Westchester bar is owned/operated by someone associated with The Blind Tiger in NYC. An attractive old place with low-key lighting and wood everywhere. The highlight is the 20 rotating taps that contain a few hard-to-find gems. The food was hearty and good quality for a beer joint. Service was friendly, but a little spotty.. The place seems popular with the locals - there were families there (on Sunday at around 5), as well as groups of older and younger folks. I would come back.“
Slipstream 4159 days ago
90 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Nestled at the bottom of a hill in Peekskill the brewery has two separate entities around the corner from each other; the bar faces the train station while the restaurant faces Hudson Street. We decided to eat at the restaurant portion. The decor is simple and tables are candlelit. Flavored popcorn is served upon arrival and our server and waitress were very cordial. With our pints came complimentary samples of another beer on their menu. We first ordered nachos which were made with really quality ingredients including some really fresh tasting salsa. I ordered a grilled chicken sandwich that was topped with a pesto mayo. The sandwich was awesome. The onion rings that came with my sandwich were huge and juicy. Overall, the experience was very impressive. The house beer prices are $4 for session beers and $5 for their heavier and stronger craft beers. I came from about 45 minutes away to eat here before a show. It was well worth it. If you live near Peekskill and like beer, you gotta stop by. Also, this is a great place to check out before a show at the Paramount.“
joebudzjoe 4284 days ago
80 /100
Birdsall House (Restaurant)
970 MAIN STREET
“Stopped in for a couple of beers a couple of nights ago. Nice place that doesn’t really match the town it is in. Place was really dimly lit. About 20 taps all very solid including GI Dominique and Night Stalker, and Nemesis 2010. Had the chips and salsa which was good. Beers were all $6 each. Prices are a little high, especially for the area but I guess you pay for quality. Definitely worth a stop.“
msante79 4322 days ago
64 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Small village pub split in two sections. One section is a small friendly pub that can sit about 40 people, the other section is smaller and is more for eating with restaurant tables and chairs. The restaurant section was unused when I was there middle of the after-noon. Two tables on the sidewalk act as a patio. The food was rather good and cheap ($10 to $20). I really liked the small time village pub atmosphere. I can imagine the locals sitting on the same chair at the same time every day. Really nice hand drawn beer board. Selection was 4 house beer + 8 guest beer (Captain Lawrence, Goose Island, etc.). Surprising bottle selection included Ithaca Brute for $22, not the type of beer I expect to find in a red-neck style village pub. I had three of their house beer, two were solid session beer and one was a terrible big beer. Despite the one drain pour I had I really liked the place and will probably stop there again when driving down to New-York.“
Glouglouburp 4474 days ago
78 /100
Birdsall House (Restaurant)
970 MAIN STREET
“Stopped in for lunch on a Friday for I heard that this place is packed at night. I was one of four people in the place and loved every minute of it. I had Adam, the Beertender and Dannielle the waitress all to myself. It was in between lunch and dinner but they put together a burger for me that was so good that I am still fantasizing about it. But lets get to point huh? The Beer! O my God! I was the first time that day that I regretted being out on y Fatboy. What a huge selection and every beer was available to go in growlers! I will be back and with a DD!“
Maltajo 4474 days ago
78 /100
Birdsall House (Restaurant)
970 MAIN STREET
“Opened as a sister bar to the Blind Tiger, Birdsall does capture some of that same atmosphere. Long bar on one side, dining on the other. Gorgeous dark wood, old fashioned cash registers instead of the touch screens that have become industry standard it seems. Has a nice classy old feel to it,while being trendy and modern enough. 20 taps with small black tap handles instead of branded ones, numbered with 2 large chalk boards with the selections on them. Was there for the opening which was a Captain Lawrence event, featuring 5 of their beers on tap, and a 6th in bottles. Food was good for opening weekend, my wife enjoyed her burger, but at rare it was still cold in the middle, but definitely the rarest burger I’ve seen in a while. Fries were a bit week. Cheese plate was exactly that, a plate with three huge hunks of cheese - but no bread, crackers, fruits, nuts, anything to go with it really. They will fill growlers, but they might be a bit on the pricey side. Prices seemed just a bit high for Peekskill, more aligned with NYC, which I guess is what they’re going for. Service was good for the opening weekend, and I’m sure will be even smoother as they work out the kinks. I’ll be back.“
j12601 4495 days ago
88 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“Great Place! Went this week after a nice long Harley ride. The place was crowded but I was able to get some real estate at the bar with no problem. Nice Beer selection and the food was very good. Good service good people. Go and enjoy!“
Maltajo 4736 days ago
86 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“A great selection of tap and bottled brews and great food, with some good healthy choices, as wellas typical pub fare, at reasonable prices; super service. I was very impressed with the whole approach and plan to go back again soon.“
rds 4869 days ago
76 /100 55 HUDSON AVE.
“It seems the Peekskill Brewery opened sometime in September 2008. I was in today and had a pretty good time. Their tap list is fairly ample, offering 16 taps. They do brew their own beer, but today none was on tap as they are currently in search of a new brewmaster it seems. On tap today when I was there was: Widmer (didn’t find out what exactly), Abita Purple Haze, Blue Point Toasted Lager, Kelso Chocolate Lager, Magic Hat #9, Southhampton Secret Ale, Goose Island Honkers, Ithaca Cascazilla, Captain Lawrence Double IPA, Captain Lawrence Espresso Stout, Dogfish Head 90 minute, Ommegang Abbey Ale, Avery Hog Heaven, and the Wildfire Pale Ale. Bottle selection is fairly large as well, I counted over 130 different bottles available, with about 20 imports including Delirium Tremens, Duvel, Chimay, and a few foreign commonplace things. Less than 10 macros on the bottle list, none on tap. About 30 or so of the bottles were from New York breweries with a nice selection from Southhampton and Ommegang.“
j12601 4923 days ago
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