So many quality stories to link to! And the headline is just the beginning. Read on for an ever-so-solid array of late August New York craft beer links, from a new limited edition offering from the Bronx Brewery to growing hops in upstate, to well, just a lot of stuff!
You may have enjoyed a Shmaltz beer, but do you know where it was brewed? Bloomberg BusinessWeek provides us with a interesting look at this craft beer brewed in Saratoga Springs, New York – two million bottles a year.
Brewery Ommegang in Cooperstown, NY is revealing a new look complete with a line of new, sleek labels.
The Village Voice’s Brooklyn Pour will be Saturday, October 6th, and tickets go on sale August 22nd. More info below:
Terrific article from LongIslandPress.com on the explosion of the craft beer scene in recent years. Interesting detail, photos, and a list of Long Island breweries. What more could one ask?
Christian and Jerri hold down the fort while the owners represent at Belgium Comes to Cooperstown. Tucked away on a quiet street in Hamilton, NY, a fledgling brewery is brewing beer that hearkens back to a rich past. The village may be best known as the home of Colgate University, but it is located in…
Some interesting articles to share from the last week: On the national front, The Great American Beer Fest sold out. In minutes. There’s always sky-high StubHub tickets for the desperate. Closer to home, a guy is interested in turning a Saranac Lake carwash into a microbrewery. A brewfest is planned for the Corning Area. And,…