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  • 1. River Outpost Brewing Co.

  • 2. Peekskill Brewery

    This brew pub includes a tap room on the first floor; a pub and dining room on the second; gallery / private event space on the third; and private dining on the fourth. Expect craft-brewed beers and dishes using seasonal, local ingredients. Among the popular entrées: jägerschnitzel, fish and chips, braised chicken, and a falafel Read more...

    3. Yonkers Brewing Co.

    Related: Yonkers Brewing Co. Just Released Westchester’s First Hard Seltzer Main Photo By Yonkers Brewing Co.

    4. Sing Sing Kill Brewery

    Related: Here’s Your Definitive Guide to Westchester’s Breweries Main Photo By Andrew Dominick

    5. Broken Bow Brewery

    Main photo by Chet Gordon
    Founded in 2006 by Scott Vaccaro, Captain Lawrence brews a wide range of beer styles, producing as many as one hundred brands in a year at its Elmsford location. With recent expansions of the food hall, a new Mount Kisco satellite barrel house, and the creation of sister distillery Current Spirits, Captain Lawrence remains a Read more...
    A standout among a sea of party bars in Downtown White Plains, Wolf & Warrior focuses on beer as an art form. Owner Mike Chiltern takes his inspiration from visits to breweries around the world, to create a roster of carefully crafted ales at his NYS-Certified Farm Brewery, the first in White Plains. The spacious Read more...
  • 8. Decadent ales

    Creamy, fruity, desserty IPAs are just one of the highlights at this Westchester-beer-scene newbie — already one of the county’s best breweries. Decadent’s often-packed taproom also boasts a Hawaiian-Filipino-inspired menu of tacos, soups, burgers, and heavenly bites to soak up the brew suds.   Best of Westchester 2019 - Best New Brewery   Photo by Read more...
  • 9. Hardscrabble Cider

    At the forefront of the artisan cider movement, this farm-to-bottle brand features six staple flavors, creative experimentals, seasonal hits, and special-release small-batch offerings. Kick back in the tap room or cider garden and don’t miss the surprisingly popular pink-hued Black Dirt Beet cider that’s earthy, slightly sweet, and refreshing. https://hardscrabbleciderny.com