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Sat. Nov. 30 and Sun Dec. 1, 2013 


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The Hudson-Berkshire Beverage Trail is the premiere beverage trail in New York State and the Hudson Valley. There is nothing like it! Tucked in between the Hudson Valley and the Berkshire Mountains, the trail extends from Southeast of Albany down to Hudson, New York. You’ll find handcrafted and award-winning and celebrated wines, beers, and spirits. And you’ll also be able to experience farm fresh produce, artisanal cheeses, baked goods, 100% natural maple syrup, fresh apple ciders, and other gourmet, local food products!

Brookview Station – Located at Goold Orchards, a nearly century old family farm in Castleton-on-Hudson, Brookview Station offers award-winning wines made from their own fruit, as well as offering farm fresh apple cider and fresh baked goods.

Harvest Spirits – Home of Core Vodka, the Valley most popular distilled spirit made from 100% Hudson Valley apples. Located at Golden Harvest Farms, taste baked goods and cider, as well as fresh fruits and vegetables.

Chatham Brewing – Nano-brewing at it’s best. Small batch, hand crafted ales made locally. Walk-in and taste the difference.

Hudson-Chatham Winery – Restored Brisklea Dairy Farm offers award-winning wines,  offers the largest selection of Hudson Valley cheeses anywhere, makes their own 100% Natural Maple syrup, as well as other local food products.

Furnace Brook Winery – Furnace Brook Winery is located at Hilltop Orchards, a 100 year-old farm set on 200 bucolic acres in the Berkshires, in Richmond, Massachusetts. Their wines, made from select Northeast varietal grapes and their own apples, are produced here at Hilltop Orchards.