Craft Beverages

Our county is home to a booming craft beverage scene, take a taste!

Washington County breweries are all about community. Visiting one of our breweries is like visiting family. All of our wineries are family owned and are backed by a rich family history. They specialize in hand crafted, natural winemaking and have perfected their craft over generations of hard work. Our county’s distilleries are family-owned as well, and are grain-to-glass craft distilleries where everything – from milling and mashing to fermenting and distilling – takes place on site. Come check out one of our many breweries, wineries, and distilleries. See, feel, and smell the ingredients for yourself that go into your pint or wine glass. 

Taste Craft Beverages

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Greater Greenwich Chamber of Commerce

The mission of the Greater Greenwich Chamber of Commerce is to support, promote, and attract business for the advancement of our community. Membership consists of businesses and organizations in southern Washington County and beyond.
6 Academy Street, Greenwich, New York, United States 12834

Lakota’s Farm Weddings and Events

A unique two-story rustic events barn venue nestled between scenic Vermont & New York's Hudson Valley. Established in 1772 the barn was built in 1845, Lakota's Farm spans 34 acres & features peaceful pastoral vistas, a stream leading into two spring-fed ponds & our family of rescue horses. Our barn accommodates 200 guests, with a newly redesigned ceremony site featuring handmade bench seating. Included in our rental fee are tables, chairs a cocktail parlor, a luxury suite, salon, and much more. With amenities offered such as an Adirondack cabin, fire pit, and vintage mismatched china. Enjoy your dream wedding or special event [...]
99 County Route 62 Cambridge, NY, Cambridge, New York, United States 12816

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Learn The History Of Washington County


Washington County is rich with historic sites, museums and landmarks from Battle Hill in Fort Ann, a significant battle of the Revolutionary War, to the Fort House Museum in Fort Edward that exhibits hundreds of thousands of artifacts and exhibits that chronicle the history of Washington County.

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