On a dead end road in the heart of the Catskills, something is brewing.
A business with a deep commitment to the area – to its mountains, to its people, to its heritage, to its future.
And oh yeah: lots of great beer.
With a focus on locally grown and foraged ingredients and a soft spot for history, West Kill Brewing aims to reflect the great place it was born. Maple sap in saisons from the trees in our literal backyard, spruce tips in IPAs just like the early settlers used to do, yeast strains fermenting in our barn for our sour ales. We have fun brewing beers that are as fascinating in origin as they are delicious.
Helmed by Mike Barcone, head brewer, whose roots in these mountains go back to the first Dutch settlements, and his wife Colleen, who is from Wisconsin but who knew this place is something special on her first trip here, West Kill Brewing is a small business with a big heart.
So come on by some time, all the way down our dead end country road, and have a beer with us at West Kill Brewing – the Catskills’ Farmhouse Brewery.
– Michael Barcone & Colleen Kortendick