We are an authentic, slow-cooked barbeque style restaurant that is family owned and operated. Nearly everything on the menu is smoked over local woods for periods of 5-14 hours. All sauces and sides are prepared daily with the freshest ingredients when seasonally available.
Connected by an affinity for craft beer and food, Upstate Bar & Grill is a partnership between a chef, an entrepreneur, and a brewer who had a vision of delivering Cooperstown a taste of the gastropub experience. We are dedicated to the art of pairing rich, savory dishes with the area’s most delicious craft beers. With 24 beers on tap and a chef-inspired menu that takes advantage of the region’s splendor, we are the perfect destination for you to take your friends and family and explore the flavors the Central New York region has to offer.
A New York State Farm Brewery that utilizes local ingredients and strives to create simple beer to be simply enjoyed. Founded in 2017.
Our 4 Corners Tap Room offers local craft brews, spirits, and wines. Our primary offering is beer brewed at the Copper Turret Restaurant & Brewhouse in conjunction with SUNY Morrisville’s brewing program. We proudly carry multiple other locally-sourced brands as well.
Brimfield Farm Winery is nestled in the heart of Central New York and is working closely with a highly respected estate winery in the Finger Lakes region to create wines that run from sweet to dry in both red and white. The winery has a spectacular panoramic view of the northern Mohawk Valley Region. From East to West the breathtaking scenery will be sure to please as the seasons unfold.
Middleburgh Winery is pleased to open with 8 varietals and 2 of our own original blends for your tasting pleasure. We believe each individual tastes wine a little differently. During your tasting experience, you decide what flavors your palette picks out of the wines. Come to Middleburgh Winery and DISCOVER YOUR TASTE!
Serious Brewing Co is a NYS Farm Brewery located in scenic Schoharie County. They proudly serve their fresh-brewed beers along with some of the state’s best farm-produced beer, wine, cider and distilled spirits.
They’re pleased to have partnered with Rubbin Butts BBQ to provide some of the best BBQ in the area. Nothing goes better than beer and BBQ!
On nice days they open the patio doors for outside seating. You can even enjoy a cold one with your best friend (two or four legged) on the patio.
The Hops Spot is a new burger bar & poutinerie in Syracuse, New York.
Now & Later is located in the Tipp Hill neighborhood of Syracuse offering a great bar experience. It’s a fantastic environment for mixing with friends, colleagues and neighbors.
The interior of Now & Later is undeniably unique with a rustic and calm vibe. Take a seat on any of our custom made chairs and put your drink on our hand crafted tables. Now & Later stands in the exact spot where Tipp Hills famous Brilbecks was located. We aim to bring the same family friendly atmosphere for which Brilbecks was known for.
Come on down, put on some vinyl records, choose any one of our 100+ beers and relax!
Specializing in barrel-aged Sour and farmhouse beer, but don’t worry hop heads, you will get some love too.
Historic bar, great food, and casual atmosphere
Share a drink with friends, or enjoy a delicious, casual lunch or dinner of your favorite comfort food, prepared to perfection in our historic venue. Our extensive menu includes something for everyone.
Matt Whalen and Carrie Blackmore believe people care more about a product they’re connected to.
Good Nature Farm Brewery & Tap Room uses local ingredients in its farm-to-glass beer to give a sense of ownership to their ever-growing fan base. That commitment has built a community around Good Nature and upped the capacity of the brewery 10-fold in a short time.
Matt’s background as a chef gives him an adventurous spirit and intense attention to detail when crafting his recipes. And just to think: He and his wife could have been making soup.
They met at a farm-to-table restaurant, where Matt headed the kitchen and Carrie handled the ingredients grown nearby. When devising a food-related enterprise to call their own, organic soup made the short list.
Thankfully, they switched their vision from tin cans to kegs and bottles. In addition opening Madison County’s first brew house in two centuries, Good Nature lays claim to being New York state’s first licensed farm brewery, which flags it as a producer committed to using locally grown ingredients.
Good Nature produces a number of limited releases in addition to its core line and they tend to get a little adventurous. Rabbit in the Rye PA, a collaboration with a favorite local band, blending music with brew. Good Nature’s 10 percent ABV stout pays tribute to the “Great Chocolate Wreck” of 1955, when a train bound for Nestle derailed just yards from where the present day brewery is located.
In a way, every release is limited.
Everything’s done in-house, from corking their own bottles to delivering their own kegs.
Like Whalen says, life’s too short for bad beer. So it’s important for this small team to keep that personal touch.
Good Nature’s tasting room in downtown Hamilton – crafted in large part by Matt himself – is open 3 to 11 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 3 p.m. to midnight Fridays, noon to midnight Saturdays and noon to 8 p.m. Sundays.
Scrumpy Ewe makes their ciders akin to a fine wine, in laboratory-like controlled setting for a juice that is bright, clean, complex and acidic, pitched with a champagne yeast in stainless steel tanks at specific temperatures, lightly filtered and bottle-conditioned.
They also make ciders in the age-old farmhouse tradition – where wild yeasts work in tandem with brettanomyces stains. In these ciders, nature does most of the work as it slowly ferments in our French and American white oak barrels. These unfiltered Scrumpy ciders appeal to the farmhouse crowd who doesn’t mind getting their taste buds a bit dirty.
Regardless of the cider making method they employ in a given batch, one thing is for certain: Scrumpy ciders come from unique, individually-picked, New York State-grown apples, never from concentrate.
Each batch is pressed, fermented, painstakingly blended, aged and bottled with care. They are made once a year, each batch with its own unique characteristics based on season, the cider varieties and style of fermentation used.
Open: Saturdays 11-5 p.m., starting May 12.
Michelle and Joe’s Alig’s love of distilleries led them to purchase and renovate an 1870’s German Bank barn.
The barn had a history as part of the moonshine trail used by bootleggers during prohibition, so it is a perfect setting for this NYS Farm Distillery to produce and serve their unique brand of “Grain Neutral” flavored spirits using local ingredients.
Take a tour, do a tasting, or enjoy a signature cocktail at the rustic bar.
Be sure to try Salted Carmel Maple, which uses local maple syrup, and Jalapeno Ginger made with fresh ingredients chopped by hand!