Hudson Valley/NY Craft Beer and Food Festival

Mayor's Park, Village of Cold Spring

Saturday, June 29th, Mayor’s Park, Cold Spring, NY. A short walk from the Cold Spring MetroNorth station. A delightful day of craft beer, craft food and crafty music on the banks of the Hudson! With brews from over 40 New York Breweries and Cideri... more

Saturday, June 29th, Mayor’s Park, Cold Spring, NY. A short walk from the Cold Spring MetroNorth station. A delightful day of craft beer, craft food and crafty music on the banks of the Hudson! With brews from over 40 New York Breweries and Cideries from NYC and the Hudson Valley, this is guaranteed to be a delight for beer aficionados. Food goes with beer, and 10 NY Food trucks/restaurants join the fun and feed the masses; while Evan Watson from Plan Bee Farm Brewery, The John James Band from Tuckahoe and Kathleen Galgano from Long Island keep the feet tapping. With spectacular views of the Hudson, and the mountains on her Western shore; the opportunity to explore, shop and dine in the quaint Village of Cold Spring; The Hudson Valley/NY Craft Beer and Food Festival is the perfect day trip for NYC residents and visitors alike. Just a one hour train ride along the Hudson River, with trains departing from Grand Central regularly. To purchase tickets (21 and over), for more information, or if you have any questions please go to Hops on the Hudson.com or the Hops On The Hudson Facebook page. Additional Information: Doors open at Noon for VIP Ticket Holders, with Beer... more

Saturday, June 29th, Mayor’s Park, Cold Spring, NY. A short walk from the Cold Spring MetroNorth station.

A delightful day of craft beer, craft food and crafty music on the banks of the Hudson! With brews from over 40 New York Breweries and Cideries from NYC and the Hudson Valley, this is guaranteed to be a delight for beer aficionados.

Food goes with beer, and 10 NY Food trucks/restaurants join the fun and feed the masses; while Evan Watson from Plan Bee Farm Brewery, The John James Band from Tuckahoe and Kathleen Galgano from Long Island keep the feet tapping.

With spectacular views of the Hudson, and the mountains on her Western shore; the opportunity to explore, shop and dine in the quaint Village of Cold Spring; The Hudson Valley/NY Craft Beer and Food Festival is the perfect day trip for NYC residents and visitors alike. Just a one hour train ride along the Hudson River, with trains departing from Grand Central regularly.

To purchase tickets (21 and over), for more information, or if you have any questions please go to Hops on the Hudson.com or the Hops On The Hudson Facebook page.

Additional Information:
Doors open at Noon for VIP Ticket Holders, with Beer tents opening at 1:00pm. General admission begins at 2:00pm. Beer tents close at 5:00pm, event shuts down at 6:00pm

Games including Cornhole, bocci ball, and table hockey are available, or try to win a prize over at the basketball courts. All VIP receive 2 FREE raffle tickets and General Admission receive 1 FREE Raffle tickets for a chance to win some very cool Cold Spring prizes.

VIP tickets include
A 4 hour sampling from 1 to 5pm, early entry from noon to 1, Two Surprise Food tickets at the gate ($10.00 value), a Hops on the Hudson sampling glass, A VIP Hops on the Hudson Tee shirt for the first 100, 2 FREE Raffle tickets, and a sampling of some new beers from a few of our select Brewmasters.

General Admission tickets include
A 3 hour sampling from 2 to 5pm, Gates open at 2 for GA, One Surprise Food ticket at the gate ($5.00 value), a Hops on the Hudson sampling glass, and 1 FREE Raffle ticket.


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Mayor's Park, Village of Cold Spring
New York, NY 10516
845.661.1557
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This Week's Hours

June 29

VIP Ticket Holders: 12:00 - 6:00
General Admission: 2:00 - 6:00

Beer Tents open from 1:00 - 5:00

Nearby Subway

  • MetroNorth Hudson Line to Cold Spring

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