You may think there's already a lot of beer breweries in the Hudson Valley and New York state?

Well, you're right. But is that really a bad thing? Now, another brewery has opened it's own tasting room to the public in the bustling city of Beacon.

The Poughkeepsie Journal says that the simply named Hudson Valley Brewery will finally open its eagerly awaited tasting room this weekend to the general public. Many Beacon area residents had been enquiring about the new brewery since the property was bought in August 2015.

Since then, it's been quite an expensive and time consuming renovation project.

Right now, the Hudson Valley Brewery features five beers to sample. The brewery specializes in a line of experimental sour style beers. Of course, as time goes on, this list of beers is bound to grow along with the brwery.

Right now there is no seating, however the brewery founder and president John-Anthony Gargiulo plans to add tables and an area where you can order food.

Looking for plans near Beacon this weekend? The brewery is open Saturday 2-10 p.m. and Sunday.