The Brew Bus

What is better than enjoying craft beer, local wines and artisan cocktails?

Booking The Brew Bus is an event, a traveling party if you will. We build each tour with you, giving guests the best the Hudson Valley has to offer.

We provide a fun way to visit the many great craft spirit locations featured in our area. As I am sure you all know; our area is booming with breweries, wineries, cideries and distilleries, as is the tourism of these small businesses.  The Brew Bus is  an enjoyable, safe and guided way to explore them.  Everyone likes visiting the cool new venues, but driving there and back is always a deterrent. Our concept is giving guests a chance to go to more than one location and get to really taste all the fruits of their labor.

Hudson Valley Craft offers organic, locally-sourced, creatively produced, hand-made fare crafted in small-batches from quality ingredients.

The Brew Bus features personally picked and pre-set standard tours.  We accommodate both private groups, mixed guests and small parties.  We love to host birthdays, office outings, bachelor/bachelorettes and family reunions; our tours are the perfect way to celebrate! Catering to our NYC clientele with train or city pick up for private tours.

I am happy to personalize any tour, just ask!

About Your Host

I am a lifetime member of the hospitality industry, serving as general manager for privately owned community restaurants like Painter’s and the Ho-Ho-Kus Inn.

Like you, I appreciate great spirits and good company.  I grew up in Washingtonville, NY – home to the oldest winery in the country. I also spent 5 years in NYC working for Steve Hanson of BR Guest.  My passion for this industry has evolved into a small privately-owned business that loves to support other small privately owned local businesses.  My goal is to encourage tourism, showcase some of the amazing spirits being produced in our area, and provide a fun, safe way to experience all that these facilities have to offer in the Hudson Valley.

Reach out with any inquires…