Discussion in 'Mid-Atlantic' started by MichaelHatter, Aug 7, 2015.
Anyone notice they hired their first employee?
Went by the site on my trip back home for the holidays. I literally can walk there in 5 minutes from the house I grew up in.
Looking forward to when it opens
Really excited for this, a nice bonus for when I have to go back to Rockland to visit family.
Is it you?
Haha, no, Mike McManus.
I'll be keeping an eye out on this brewery!
I would like to fast forward 2016 a bit, then place on pause. Anticipation is killing me, let alone the other Hudson Valley shenanigans
...as of 24hrs ago
Prematurely asking, but for those who know the area well, what's the best bet for someone traveling from NYC to get there?
Also keep a look out for Hudson valley brewing company, started by the dudes at brewery at baccaus, sour/ wild ale New England IPA focused brewery!
Not sure how to go North to get there but Haverstraw is on the west bank of the river and I know I will be taking 9W south to get there.
Very sad to see J and Mike leaving Bacchus, but very excited to see beers like Pirouette, Dude, Neon, and Lilith on a larger scale of production at Hudson Valley. Hate to complain when Beacon is only fifteen minutes further from me, and they are personally training their replacements at Bacchus to make beer as well as they do.
If you are driving, take the GWB to the Palisades Pkwy, and get off at Exit 14. Head east towards the river. Taking 9W all the way would be a pain.
If you are coming from The Bronx or Queens and want to take the Tappan Zee, just get on the Palisades from 87.
Whoa, what!?? I've only had King Tut's Hat and I was blown away, hopefully this means easier access to their beer?
For NYC folks without a car, Rockland Coaches will get you there from the PABT.
Probably be beneficial to create a “Hudson Valley Pocket” thread, and include breweries from surrounding areas. Then again, maybe we shouldn’t be stirring up any more/too much commotion…shhhhhh? Super stoked about Dan Suarez little project, who previously worked at Hill. Even indebted his name on Convivial Suarez (Grassroots). Also worth mentioning his history with Sixpoint prior to becoming mates with Shaun
…looking forward to setting up camp at Evan’s new joint as well; investing in a tent and a new address
In an effort not to completely thread jack, C’mon "Chief" open up the damn door
A bartender at Proletariat when I was there a couple of weeks ago said he was the brewer at Bacchus and would be heading to Hudson Valley Brewing. Jeff was his name maybe? I've been wanting to try the Bacchus beers and just missed a stout w/chile and chocolate at Proletariat while the guy was there (that's what got us talking Bacchus and he told me he was the brewer). Definitely intrigued by what I've heard from them and now more intrigued by Hudson Valley. Gonna be making a lot of trips up north in the future.
What are you hearing about a tap room at Plan Bee?
Your guess is as good as mine when it comes to the Plan Bee tap room. Nonetheless, my expectations are to rest up upon that cozy cabin, overlooking those treacherous tree tops, with some goblets of Royal Jelly, Comb, Karnl, Amor...
As to your earlier post, the Bacchus lad does work at Proletriot
Royal Jelly is their most underrated beer....
JASON!!! is the dude that works at proletariat. And the stout was called holy mole and its 10x better then Mexican cake
Had Holy Mole at Bacchus last week, and my lord, could drink that forever.