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PAIRED: Brewer-Chef Dinner

This is our second year hosting this wonderful local event which brings Hudson Valley Chefs and Brewers together. Every year there are more breweries opening up all over the Hudson Valley and all continue to work side by side with their communities, especially their local restaurateurs and farmers.

Come join us for an evening of great craft beer, food and music all to help strengthen the community as a whole… More Details.

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Hudson Valley Craft Beer Week | September 9th – 18th, 2016

Join us during our 2nd annual Hudson Valley Craft Beer Week!

Experience the 10-day collection of events that celebrates the diversity and quality of craft beer in our area – the Hudson Valley of New York.

HVCBW features multiple beer festivals, beer dinners, tours, pub crawls, meet the brewer nights, and of course – our signature events, including the Chef’s Pairing dinner, the Women in Beer event, and the Harvest event. Each brewery will be creating their own brews for HVCBW that incorporates Hudson Valley ingredients.

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The Breweries and The Brews
This list will be updated as more beers are announced.

  • 2 Way Brewing Company (website)
    Cocoa Local (6.5% – The local ingredient is chocolate from Alps Sweet Shop in Beacon, NY)
  • The Brewery at Bacchus (website)
    Retrograde Farmhouse (A peach saison sour blend – the blend is comprised of barrel aged sour beer, a rye saison and Jenkins & Lueken Orchards Peaches)
  • Broken Bow Brewery (website)
    Hell Hath No Fury; Double Broken Heart Stout (made with coffee, cocoa nibs and peppers from five different Hudson Valley farms)
  • Bull & Barrel Brew Pub (website)
    Old Bourbon Oak (9% – An imperial old ale with Bourbon soaked American Oak for over 2 months. The flavor of bourbon and a slight hint of wood blend well with this dark, rich, aromatic full bodied ale. This recipe has evolved from an award winning old ale recipe that dates back over 15 years by one of the first breweries in Westchester… Hudson Valley Brewing Company)
  • Captain Lawrence Brewing Company (website)
    Foragers’ Delight (A take on a Berliner Weisse with rye, wheat, and malted barley- primary lactic fermentation then finished up with saccharomyces. 30# sumac foraged at Stone Barns added into the boil, contributing flavor, color, and more acidity)
  • Chatham Brewery (website)
    Belle Ringer (9% – An all Hudson Valley sourced Belgian-style dark ale. Brewed with honey from Tousey Farm aged on golden plum puree in freshly toasted american oak barrels. Malt from Germantown Beer Farm)
  • Crossroads Brewing Company (website)
    Black Rock Stout (6.8% – A dark and robust, full-bodied foreign style stout that bursts with flavor)
  • Decadant Ales (website)
    Decadent Maple Bourbon Imperial Stout (Maple Syrup aged in Hudson Valley Bourbon Barrels); Decadent Tiramisu (Chocolate and Coffee soaked in Rum Chips)
  • Defiant Brewing Company (website)
    Diamond Valley (7.5% – Hoppy Belgian Dubbel brewed w/ 200+ lbs of Rockland County nectarines, Hudson Valley oats, and Mandarina Bavaria hops)
  • Duncan’s Abbey (website)
    Hudson Valley Harvest – Plum Ale (8% – A naturally fermented wild ale from Tarrytown, NY. With two plums per pint, this sour ale blends local produce and wild yeast from the Hudson Valley. We ferment the ale on spent oak and finished with Tarrytown-grown hops. This wild ale is the Hudson Valley in a glass)
  • Hudson Valley Brewery (website)
    Amulet (5% – Sour Farmhouse: Aged in oak with blueberries, hibiscus, and rose hips. Dry-hopped with Citra and Mosaic); Imago (6% – Sour Farmhouse: Aged in oak and dry-hopped with Nelson Sauvin and Citra hops, orange peel, lemon balm, and sunflower petals)
  • Industrial Arts Brewing Company (website)
    Pantry Porter (Coffee and Spelt Porter) (5.3% – A Robust Porter style brewed with a variety of malts, including NYS spelt malt, nugget hops, and roasted Tanzanian Tarime coffee from Coldspring Pantry)
  • Keegan Ales (website)
    Birthday Stout (5% – A “white stout” brewed with lactose sugar and birthday cakes from Diesing’s Bakery in Kingston)
  • Mill House Brewing Company (website)
    Pine Tar (9% – An imperial IPA brewed with a sense of Native Pride and local terroir. The local ingredient is blue spruce Tips that are brewmaster grown and hand harvested! They are added to the boil and give the finished beer a surprising tropical fruit note that we call ‘tropical funk’)
  • Newburgh Brewing Company (website)
    A Little Gose a Long Way (7% – An “Imperial” Gose, with a delicate touch of sweetness from the Madava Farms maple syrup to balance against the tart and salt of the base Gose. All malt from Hudson Valley Malt)
  • Peekskill Brewery (website)
    KinShip Dry Hopped Sour (4.3% – A coolshipped sour beer brewed with all local grain, grown and malted by Hudson Valley Malting and sweet corn stalk from The Abode C.S.A. in New Lebanon, NY. Dry hopped with Citra for an aromatic compliment to our house brett strain)
  • Pine Island Brewing (website)
    Drowned Lands Saison (Brewed with local Pine Island candied onions). This beer will be paired with half shell oysters, black tobiko, micro arugula, and ginger mignonette at the Paired event
  • Rushing Duck Brewing (website)
    Beet It, Nerd (3.9% – Berliner with Honey and local beets from J. Glebocki Farms in Goshen, NY)
  • Sloop Brewing Company (website)
    All Day Rosé (a Rosé Berliner brewed with red wine juice and 100% locally grown and malted grain from Germantown Beer Farm. It’s a collaboration with Hutch Kugeman from Brooklyn Brewery at CIA and is designed to keep you light, tight and up for whatever. The muse behind this beer are Matt Lefkowitz’s lips, and their love for rosé)
  • Suarez Family Brewery (website)
    Palatine Pils (5.2% – A classic unfiltered German pilsner)
  • Yonkers Brewing Company (website)
    Maple Coffee Tripel (8.5% – A modern take on a Belgian Tripel incorporating cold brewed coffee from Pascal Coffee Roasters, and Bourbon Barrel Aged Madava Farms Maple Syrup)

Lists are subject to change.

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