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Small scale and artisanal breweries and
distilleries surround us in North Branch. Enjoy a beautiful drive to visit
these three, and take some extra time to enjoy the great towns of
Livingston Manor and Roscoe

Distance: 13 miles to visit all three establishments. Makes a nice
afternoon trip.

Brewery & Distillery Tour
Prohibition Distillery

This craft distillery, which opened in October of 2008, is located in a
newly renovated 1929 firehouse, and was inspired by the history of
the United States, the peoples will, and the art of libations itself. It is
the home to the award winning Bootlegger21 NY Vodka. Visit and
find out their secrets in how they make their vodka, gin and whiskey –
and say hi to Brian for us.

Make a left out of the driveway and an immediate right onto N
Branch Callicoon Center Rd (County Rd 122). Stay straight for 12
miles – the road will change names to Gulf Road during the drive.
Approaching Roscoe, you will make a right onto Stewart Brook Road
to pas over the highway, then make a quick left and a right onto
Union Street. You will see the distillery on your left.

Distance: 12.1 mile, 19 minutes
10 Union St, Roscoe, NY (607) 498-4511

Roscoe Beer Company
Pouring onto the craft beer scene in April of 2013, the Roscoe, NYbased beer company was created by folks that enjoy the great
outdoors, embrace their community and value all the wonderful
things their country has to offer.
Continue down Union Street and make a left onto Old Route 17.
Continue straight as the road changes to Rockland Road for just under
1 mile and you will see the brewery on your left.
Distance: 1 mile, 2 minutes
145 Rockland Rd, Roscoe, NY (607) 290-5002

Catskill Brewery
The Catskill Brewery is a state-of-the-art craft brewery focusing on
honest, great tasting craft lagers and ales. The LEED-certified facility
just opened in August 2014, offering a sampling of beers
incorporating local ingredients.
Backtrack onto Old Route 17, passing the traffic light and continuing
straight for about 7 miles towards Livingston Manor. You will see the
brewery on the left.
Distance: 7.1 miles, 11 minutes
672 Old Route 17, Livingston Manor, NY 845-482-5400

Once you are done sampling, continue on Old Route 17 for 0.2 miles
and then make a right onto Main Street. Pass through Livingston
Manor – stock up at Main Street Farm and Brandenburg Bakery, or do
some browsing on Main Street, where there are fabulous clothing and
outdoor stores, art galleries and more. Stay straight through the light
(you are now on Shandelee Road) and head up the hill.

You will pass right by The Arnold House on your left (consider
stopping in to the tavern to refuel, and let Pete give you a full size
pint or cocktail – we carry all of the beers and spirits in house) before
heading back to North Branch. To do so, you will continue past the
Arnold for 1 mile and make a right onto Stump Pond Road. Turn right
in 1.3 miles onto Hahn Road and continue for about 2 miles, staying
slightly left at the end to be on Weissman Road. Make a left onto
Gulf Road, which should look familiar to you, staying straight for 5
miles and then at the stop sign, make a left onto N Branch Road and
the inn will be on your right.

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