America’s spirit of invention is alive and well among small-batch, craft beverage-makers in Westchester County. No mass-produced offerings here, just tasty and unique local drinks made from local ingredients.
As the craft beverage industry explodes nationwide, Westchester County is the home to some of the very best in the region. Distilleries, craft breweries, a cidery, and even a micro winery call the county home.
Family owned and operated brewery with a dozen taps, growler fills, events and free tours. Ample parking, brief walk from Metro-North and easy ride from the Bronx River Parkway.
Craft brewery with award winning beers, including seasonal offerings. Tours and tastings.
Brewpub serving its own beers and eleveated comfort eats in a bi-level industrial space.
Founded in 2012, the brewery is located in Yonkers’ revitalized downtown waterfront district inside the former Yonkers Trolley Barn. Offers seating form more than 120, as well as tours, tastings, food, and more.
Located on the grounds of Half Moon Farm and Orchard, a tasting room featuring flighst of their cider, specialty beer on tap, and light-fare food options available for purchase.
The first micro-distillery to be basted in Yonkers, producing unique, award-winning artisanal spirits such as Mahia- a traditional Moroccan spirit distilled form figs and their Legs Diamond Rye whiskies,. The tasting room has a Moroccan vipe; sit and enjohy a taste while learning about how their spirits are made.
Located along the banks of the Byram River, the distillery is situated in a manufacturing district surrounded by welders, metal fabricatiors and commercial fishing vessels. The first distillery in Westchester County since prohibition and the world’s first distillery to make gin distilled from honey.
Micro-winery set on the grounds of the beautiful Gossett Bros. Nursery. Tasting room and bar are adgacent to the greenhouse.