4 Hudson Valley Craft Beer and Cider Destinations to Visit this Spring | Chronogram Magazine

With picturesque rural surroundings, robust farm-to-table menus, and of course, top-notch pours, these craft breweries and cideries are detour-worthy destinations all their own.

Catskill Brewery

672 Old Route 17, Livingston Manor Catskillbrewery.com

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Catskill Brewing

Catskill Brewery makes award-winning ales, lagers and mixed fermentation beers in a LEED Gold certified building powered by the Earth and Sun. We work hard to make great beer in our home region, The Catskill Mountains. Come enjoy our beer garden and our onsite Catskill Food Truck.

Westwind Orchard & Cidery

215 Lower Whitfield Road, Accord Westwindorchard.com

Westwind Orchard is a family owned & operated farm, cidery & restaurant. We offer our natural ciders along with locally sourced beverages. Enjoy our authentic Roman style pizzas & fare made with ingredients from our land. Dine outdoors in our cider garden, dance salsa on Fridays and enjoy live music on Saturdays. Private events available.

Roe Jan Brewing

32 Anthony Street, Hillsdale (518) 303-8080; Roejanbrewing.com

We produce a rotating lineup of traditional and trending beer styles, from ales and lagers to IPAs and sours. Beer and hearty pub fare are available indoors in our beautifully restored brewpub and outdoors in our beer garden. Live music every weekend!

Seminary Hill Orchard & Cidery

43 Wagner Lane, Callicoon, (845) 887-4056; Seminaryhill.co

Proudly local and intently sustainable, Seminary Hill Orchard & Cidery is about genuine Catskills heritage. We're the world's first Passive House-certified cidery, founded by Doug Doetsch, a fifth-generation Callicoon, New York, resident. Our cider reflects each year's harvest: the apples and perry pears we grow in rocky clay overlooking the Delaware River have complex aromatics, sharp acids, and tactile tannins that allow us to ferment and blend ciders with depth and nuance. Our ciders are vegan, gluten-free, and tend to lean toward the dry side. Experience our harvest-driven cider, design-forward lodging, and farm-to-table restaurant.

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