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Westchester has an ever-growing population of craft brewers, as well as a growing trend in distilling. There is nothing better than the taste of a local brew.

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Broken Bow Brewery
Broken Bow Brewery
Convenient to the Crestwood Metro-North train station, this brewery produces a rich Broken Heart Stout, a light Marbledale American Pale Ale (made with American-grown hops), and a Broken Auger Lager. Visit the brewery for tastings, pints and growlers; many Broken Bow beers are on tap at area restaurants.

173 Marbledale Rd. | Tuckahoe | (914) 268-0900
www.brokenbowbrewery.com
Captain Lawrence Brewing Company
Captain Lawrence Brewing Company
Set in an industrial, warehouse in Elmsford, Captain Lawrence Brewing Company is West- chester’s first microbrewery. A pioneer in the craft beer movement, owner Scott Vaccaro opened the brewery in 2006 and has won awards from beer festivals all over the country for his Liquid Gold, Imperial IPA, Brown Ale and Kolsch, but the local favorite has to be the Freshchester IPA. The tasting room boasts a 30-foot long oak bar, two 12-tap lines for samples and growlers, an outdoor patio serving light local fare and a changing line-up of beers. To see the brewery in full action, tours of the brewery are available on Saturdays and Sundays. Find Captain Lawrence brews on tap at many local restaurants and on the shelf at better stores.

444 North Saw Mill River Rd. | Elmsford | (914) 741-2337
www.captainlawrencebrewing.com/
Peekskill Brewery
Peekskill Brewery
With a number of beer-centric restaurants, Peekskill truly is a beer-lovers city. This not-so-little brewpub is part of the reason. A leader of the booming gastro pub trend, this four-story riverfront brewery is “craft obsessed.” Chief/brew- er Jeffery O’Neil puts out an ever-changing roster from IPA’s to simple sours to complex stouts depending on the season, the occasion or his whim. The brewery offers flights along with pints and growlers. The focus on locally sourced and handcrafted extends to the food, as well. The second-story of the neo-industrial building is an open-kitchen dining room that serves pub-worthy fare: housemade sausages, rillettes, chicken liver parfaits and poutine, to name a few faves. The PB burger is also great. The pub is open for lunch and dinner.

47–53 South Water St. | Peekskill | (914) 734-2337
www.peekskillbrewery.com
Yonkers Brewing Company
Yonkers Brewing Company
With a growing beer culture, an array of topnotch restaurants and a rich history, Yonkers has all the makings of a great beer city—including this waterfront brewery housed in a historic Yonkers Trolley Barn. The newly converted Renaissance Revival building has soaring 20-foot ceilings, lots of exposed brick and dedicated brewing and tasting space. Founded by two of the river city’s sons, the brewery has been supplying restaurants throughout the Hudson Valley and New York City since 2012. Its flagship Yonkers Lager, Honey Blonde (made with Hudson Valley honey) and IPA (shock full of citrus and stone fruit) have a devoted following. At the brewery, the public can taste the latest, such as: Vanilla Stout (great on its own or in an ice cream float), Belgo (a hoppy Belgian style pale ale), and Pear Wit (a seasonal wheat beer with pear juice). The brewery is located across from the Metro-North train station.

92 Main St. | Yonkers | (914) 424-9918
www.yonkersbrewing.com/
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