For those of you who are unfamiliar with craft beer festivals and who want to know more, they are a celebration of the art, craft, and innovation of brewing beer in the state of New York.
There are over 50 breweries in New York, and each of them has a designated tasting night where brewers and beer enthusiasts can learn more about their beers, buy their wares, and have fun with each other. It’s a great way to meet new brewers, learn more about different styles of beers, and interact with other brewers who share your love for craft beer (and who also brew their own beers).
One of the coolest things about this event is that people can spend up to three days drinking beer, learning about different beers, and chatting with other brewers. The other cool thing is that the event is held at breweries, so you don’t have to travel far from any of the breweries. The only thing that makes it more difficult than the other festivals is that the event is held on a Tuesday night.
Since craft beer is a relatively new thing here in the upstate, there is a lot of overlap between brewers. In fact, I have friends who homebrew both small batch and macro beers, so we have a lot of overlap for people who want to learn more about the different styles of beers. We even have some people who homebrew an artisan style of beer called “Pecan.
At the event, the crowd is divided by craft beer.
In general, there are a lot of different types of breweries in the upstate, and there is more overlap in the beer crowd. Like the Brewers & Distillers Association, there are a few different types of small breweries that are part of craft beer. For example, there’s the Red Hook Brewery, which is a full-scale brewery that does not brew on site, but instead uses its own tanks to brew their beer. They are a few miles south of the city.
The thing about craft beer is that some of the breweries have started to focus on other types of beers as well. Like the Brewery and Distillery Association, they have a few different types of small breweries that they have affiliated and produce their own beers, so they are a little bit more diverse than the ones we are using for this article.
It’s important to note that the craft breweries that we are using for this article are a small one-woman-show, which is interesting for a reason.
We really don’t have many of these breweries in this article, but we do have a few to choose from.
If you are interested in finding out more about craft beer festivals around the country, the Brewers Association has a good website with lots of information. The craft beer industry is very fragmented, so if you are looking for a group to get a bit of a foot in the door with, it might be worth checking out.