Located at 1002 Elmwood Avenue in Buffalo’s historic Elmwood Village, The Beer Keep has announced a first of its kind event for the city. Beginning at noon on January 22, “A Day in the Hudson Valley – Regional Tap Takeover and Bottle Drop” will feature eleven (11) of the Hudson Valley’s best and most influential breweries and cideries not typically available throughout Western New York.
The Hudson Valley region is widely known as home to some of the most renowned breweries and cideries, not just in New York, but throughout the world. The event is marketed as a “staycation” for those who would like to visit and shop the Hudson Valley region’s producers, but are unable to this time of year because of weather or general travel limitations.
Guests can expect a plethora of Hudson Valley’s most exciting beers and ciders on draft and in bottles, from classics and fresh new releases to a number of hard-to-find cellar gems, all available for consumption in house or to-go.
Participating producers include:
- Suarez Family Brewery
- District 96 Beer Factory
- Tin Barn Brewing
- Industrial Arts Brewing Co.
- Arrowood Farm Brewery
- Obercreek Brewing Co.
- Rose Hill Farm
- Equilibrium Brewery
- Plan Bee Farm Brewery
- Hudson Valley Brewery
- Aaron Burr Cidery
“We are thrilled to partner with such prolific brands from one of our country’s most exciting regions,” states Cory Muscato, director of operations at The Beer Keep. “We went all out curating a lineup of our absolute favorites for this regionally focused event. Grab a pint, have a flight, and take home some bottles to enjoy later this winter.”
Products will be available on a first come first served basis, while supplies last. All beers and ciders will be available for consumption on-site or to-go, and include The Beer Keep’s standard to-go discount. Bottle purchase limited to 2 per person per beer for to-go sales. This event is open to close.
Limited event poster prints will be available day of for $5. If you have any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.