Craft Beverage Incubator
New York State’s craft beverage sector is emerging as a driver of local economic development in rural and urban communities across the state. The industry also has the potential to fuel the development of a diversified, value-added small grains system in the Northeast. However, significant investments in research, farmer training and infrastructure are needed to support continued growth of the movement as well as its distinct, place-based quality.
We have partnered with the Capital Region’s craft beverage community to address these needs. Through educational workshops, local supply chain and market development and the operation of our own farm brewery, we support the development of a farm-to-glass supply chain connecting farmers, malt houses and craft beverage producers across the region.
Grant to strengthen connection between rural and urban communities Rensselaerville, N.Y. – The Carey Institute for Global Good and the Town of Rensselaerville are pleased to announce they have been awarded $10,000 from the Hudson River Valley Greenway Community Grants Program. These funds will support a needs assessment of rural-urban linkages and how Rensselaerville could […]
As of January 1, 2019, farm breweries across New York State are now required to increase their usage of local (NYS) hops and grain from the current 20 percent up to 60 percent. It’s an exciting time for beer drinkers and brewers alike. The use of more local ingredients will add variety, creativity and local […]