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Establishment: The Dutch Ale House, Saugerties, NY

I heard this place is turning into a brewpub? Damn I hope so because the nearest one is a ways away (Cave Mountain in Windham, Keegan Ales in Kingston, or Skytop STeakhouse in Kingston

(09/04/2008)

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Establishment: Barrington Brewery and Restaurant, Great Barrington, MA

Wife and I drove an hour to get here from the Catskills en route for a day in Great Barrington.....have brew will travel. We had a few chili dogs and the beer sampler. There were more beers available that were on the sampler that we didn't know about until we saw the blackboard on the way out. We liked everything and wish we lived closer.

(09/04/2008)

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Establishment: Cave Mountain Brewing Company, Windham, NY

Hi all, I'm the brewmaster and owner of Cave Mountain Brewing Co. and I'd just like to introduce myself and tell you a little about our brewpub and our beers. I've been a homebrewer for about five years and in March of 2008 my wife and I began building our first brewpub with help from a small business loan and a few local craftsman. My goal is to brew at least 6 stand-up ales in addition to providing a great selection of locally brewed craft beer from our neighboring New York craft brewers. We'll be starting off our lineup at our grand opening with approachable ales like our Blonde Ale, an Irish Red, and an English Nut Brown, all with relatively low gravity and bitterness. Our Oatmeal stout, IPA, and Hefeweizen are fuller flavored, with our IPA topping off at 8.5% ABV and 50 IBU. Look for guest taps such as Bluepoint Blueberry Ale, Chatham Porter, Sixpoint Sweet Action, Ommegang Rare Vos, Keegan Ales Old Capitol, and Butternuts Porkslap Pale ale. Of course these brands will be ever-changing so depending on how long after fall of 08' you are reading this, everything could be different. I will eventually be beefing up our house-beer lineup to include some of my favorites like smoked porter, more IPA's, Belgian white, and maybe an interesting fruit beer or experimental ale here and there. We do have some limitations, our equipment allows us only to make ales. If you want a dry pilsner or a lager, look to our bottle selection or guest taps. I have to mention that we also serve good pub food, nothing unusual really, but I promise to keep the specials interesting. The kitchen is directly alongside the bar in the open and it's probably me or my wife turning your hamburger with as much care as the pint in your hand. Our brewery is basically a large homebrewery, or a miniature microbrewery that integrates homebrewing and commercial brewing methods. We select and crush our own grain, ferment and age in conical fermenters, keg and condition our beer, and serve it on draft and by the growler to-go. Our brewery is completely viewable, with our 8 stainless fermenters as a focal point in the bar. We hope you can visit our brewpub sometime soon. We are just two hours from NYC and under a mile away from Windham Mountain skiing area in the center of Windham village on Main Street. Stop in and share a pint with us....cheers.

Tim Adams Brewer/Owner Cave Mountain Brewing Co.

(09/04/2008)

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Awesome! Awesome! Great Great Awesome!

Establishment: The Dutch Ale House, Saugerties, NY

Great draft selection....and by that I mean no Bud or Michelob. Awesome microbrew selections, hard to find varieties like Left Hand, Brooklyn, seasonals from Blue Moon (I know...it's Coors), great wurst platter, knowledgable staff, nice decor. Awesome "saloon" feel with a dutch theme (too bad they don't sell hash too). Owner is a graduate in brewing sciences abroad, great resource for brewing discussion and beer talk.

(09/13/2007)














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