Helderberg Brewery Taproom
The Helderberg Brewery is project of our Sustainable Communities program, and a NYS Farm Brewery operated by the Carey Institute for Global Good in historic Rensselaerville, NY. We source nearly 100% of our hops and grain from local farms.
With easy access to the Edmund Niles Huyck Preserve trail system and a short drive to Kuhar Family Farm Market & Cafe, we are a great day-trip destination. Our outdoor patio and fireplace are open in the summer and fall months and we welcome families with children.
Your purchases at the brewery directly support New York State farmers and our craft beverage incubator. We hope you enjoy our locally grown and brewed beer.
Stop in to our new location at:
26 County Route 353
Rensselaerville, NY 12147
Wednesdays | 5-9PM
Fridays | 6-10PM
Saturdays | 2-8PM
Also open for coffee & light breakfast items:
Monday – Friday | 8-11AM
Black is Back! Black Mountain Symphony returns to the stage on Saturday, March 16 at Helderberg Brewery Taproom. It’s the second event of our HILLTOWNS ALIVE! series and it’s shaping up to be a PARTY:*Bill Palinski is back on drums!**Kuhar Family Farm Market & Cafe will be open next door serving up farm-to-table Irish dishes […]
The Carey Institute for Global Good’s Sustainable Communities Program and the Town of Rensselaerville have been awarded a grant from the Hudson River Valley Greenway Community Grants Program. “Country to Capital: A Needs Assessment for Rural-Urban Linkages in Albany County” will identify needs and opportunities for improved connections between Albany County’s rural Hilltown communities and […]