Visit NY's Beverage Trails This Summer
Explore New York’s unique tourism opportunities by visiting one of the State's many cuilnary and beverage trails, offering authentic and regional food and drink experiences.
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Travelers are encouraged to visit Taste NY locations this summer to support the growth of local businesses and enjoy some of the best food and beverages the state has to offer.
The first-ever Taste NY Experience tasting event will showcase more than four dozen of the State’s top wine, beer, spirits and cider producers at Pier A Harbor House—one of New York City’s most iconic and historic landmarks.
Brewery Ommegang and Roscoe NY Beer Co. were declared the winners in a tie following a blind taste test featuring the 5 breweries that received the most online votes in the challenge.
The finalists are invited to attend the final blind tasting event in New York City on May 17, which will be hosted and judged by Governor Cuomo and a panel of expert judges.
For American Craft Beer Week, New Yorkers are invited to vote for their favorite New York craft brewery in celebration of the diversity, range, and quality of New York’s craft beer industry.
More than $1 million has been awarded to 29 specialty crop farms, helping growers produce their products in an environmentally responsible manner.
New York State farmers are encouraged to sign up to sell their products at service areas along the Thruway this season.
Price Chopper/Market 32 saluted Homegrown Flavors with a Taste NY Day on Saturday, April 1 from 10:00AM-2:00PM at a half-dozen Capital Region locations.
Taste NY and the Rochester Americans Hockey Club have teamed up to bring a Taste NY concession featuring New York food and beverage products to Blue Cross Arena.
$185,000 has been awarded to Livingston County for the development of a new craft beverage trail.