Killing time while my wife was getting nails done prior to a wedding I was happily surprised to find a brew pub. Ordered a beer sampler and an appetizer. Place was really nice especially the patio. food was decent and beer was just ok but worth stopping by if you find yourself in the area
Went here while in town for a wedding. i was really digging the ambience, kinda of a warehouse meets lodge theme. Didn’t have the food but the beer was alright. We tried three of them and they all were a little flat but tasted pretty good. If you are in town not a bad place to visit right by the river.
Sizeable, bright, airy restaurant/brewpub wth passable beers. Nothing special, and the stff as is typical in hese large places do not know their beers, or make up an answer. At least the beer was not served too cold. Nice town, but was very crowded mid-August day. Friendly service. Not worth going too far out of way, was on my route to Albany.
I decided to stop in for a late lunch on my way home from a business trip to Albany recently. I sat at the bar and was served promptly and enjoyed a pleasant conversation with my server. I had the Magherita pizza, which I enjoyed while watching the Yankee game. As an aside, its always a treat to watch afternoon baseball during a work day! The place is clean and attractive with all of the brewing equipment in plain sight. One thing I should mention is their growler refill price, which is $15. If you have lunch or dinner, they include the glass for free, but $15 for a refill is pretty steep. Overall, a pleasant and enjoyable experience.
Place is pretty good.. its got the standard clean brewpub/restaurant look.friendly staff. Got the sampler, which is a pretty good deal if you’re looking to tick. We got the nachoes and cheese curds (awesome) but didn’t get any entrees. Was pretty empty, but I imagine gets crowded during the school semester.
Boliv (35) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | June 29, 2010
Lovingly dubbed the "Gilded Flotter" by generations of rock climbers. This place is often chosen by climbers for much-needed nourishment after a day at the cliffs. I think the food is pretty good, although anything tastes great when you’re starving and dehydrated. The beers, although decent, aren’t anything to write home about. More or less a standard brewpub/restaurant, but it’s a nice choice if you’re in town.
Établissement visité le lundi 5 avril vers 13h. Ambiance: Grand restaurant avec les cuves en plein milieu. Terrasse avec vue sur la rivière Wallkill. Service: Lent et aucune présentation du menu bière. Sélection: 8 bières maisons et 1 cidre. Nourriture: "Pub Greens" avec saumon et "Prime Rib Philly Cheese Steak Pizza". (148e rating d’établissement)
Among the couple of brewpubs concentrated in the area (More or less halfway between Albany and NYC), Gilded Otter is not my top choice, but not my last either. No amazing brewpub stand out, but I prefer Skytop for its view and interesting lagers. Gilded Otter may be second also for its setup, just by the river with a terrace that provides an enjoyable vacations feeling as you watch across the stream over large fields that lead into the Adirondack. The food is satisfying as far as brewpubs go, my jambalaya was replenishing and aptly spiced. Unfortunately, the beers (8-10 of them) are not of the highest quality. The basic beers are exactly that, basic and sometimes lacking in cleanliness. Not particularly audacious, the seasonals (a scotch ale for instance) remain mostly thin and also not always very polished. Basically, not a place I’d make big detours to get to, but on the road, it’s not a stop one would regret for the general experience.
A good-sized brewpub with a large dining area. It is obviously a popular spot - the parking lot and the room and patio were full at 6:00 on a Saturday. Large brew kettles were right out in the open, and sunlight poured thru the big windows. My friends enjoyed their quesadillas and pulled pork sandwiches. I came for the beer, and was happy to see that for a reasonable price you could get a sampling of all 8 of their current offerings, served in 3 ounce glasses on a wooden tray. The menu gives an overview of how their brewing operation works. The beer tho was pretty good, but not out of the ordinary. I found most of the offerings had a nice aroma and were perfectly drinkable, but they were a little thin too, and seemed aimed more toward a mainstream crowd than beer geeks. It is still worth a visit.
New Paltz’s famed brewpub, you walk in and dine in a very open room in full site of the brewing operation. The beers are pretty good but the food is outstanding. On the negative the service is really hit or miss, either you get an excellent waitress or a bad one, there’s no real middle ground. Value is decent though a bit pricy if you’re a student, other than that it’s a great place to have a meal and a beer
I believe the main reason my rating is higher than most is "value". The pricing was very reasonable, however is comparative... the food and drinks here compared to NYC are in a totally different price class. Anyways... place was very clean and bright, built around their well maintained equipment, at all times showcasing their operations. The service was prompt and friendly... the food was excellent. The beer selection was pretty good... the brews were very tasty. I would recommend this place to anyone.