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The best Airbnbs near breweries outside of NYC

If you're in the mood for sipping suds away from home, these Airbnbs near breweries outside of NYC can help you out

Shaye Weaver
Alex Floyd-Douglass
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Alex Floyd-Douglass
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From beer houses to taprooms, beer devotees and libationists looking for great breweries to tour near NYC have a pretty vast selection to choose from. For those traveling for the tastings, we know you'll ultimately need a place to stay – and that's where we come in. We've rounded up the best Airbnbs near excellent breweries just outside of NYC so you don't have to do the work. Cheers to that.

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Best Airbnbs near breweries outside of NYC

1. The cozy guest apartment near Hudson Valley Brewery

Near: Hudson Valley Brewery in Beacon, NY

About the brewery: On East Main Street, this spot specializes in hoppy beer with complementary flavors that make it easy to go down. Drafts and wide cans are both found in its big space.

The stay: Less than a mile from downtown Beacon, NY, this cozy and private apartment is a safe haven once you're done trying the brews at Hudson Valley Brewery. It suits up to four guests though it's just a one-bedroom. There's a cute porch to sit out on once the weather gets warmer, too.

2. The cozy apartment near Tree House Brewing

Near: Tree House Brewing in Charlton, Massachusetts. 

About the brewery: A beer mecca, this spot is considered to be one of the best in the U.S. It's a non-distributing brewery, meaning you can only purchase on-site, so it's worth a trip. It's famous for its IPAs and stouts.

The stay: This 1,200-square-foot apartment is just 13 minutes from Tree House Brewing. Situated on a quiet street in Southbridge, it's within walking distance of Main Street. The apartment can accommodate up to four guests.

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3. The Lounge near the Alchemist

Near: The Alchemist in Stowe, VT

About the brewery: The Alchemist strives to have the happiest brew on the market and has a huge following. It's beloved for its Heady Topper DIPA and Focal Banger IPA. This is its "visitor center," where you can sample its offerings and purchase a case of whatever you like. Its original location is in Waterbury, VT.

The Stay: The Lounge is in the heart of Stowe, which makes it just a few minutes drive from the brewery. This one-bedroom apartment is located on Main Street, so it's easy to walk the downtown area. It is located on the first floor of the Butler House and is a clean and comfortable stay for those visiting the area.

4. The new old house near Industrial Arts Brewing

Near: Industrial Arts Brewing in Beacon, NY

About the brewery: It is known for its fresh, hoppy beers you can taste in a state-of-the-art brewhouse located in the Garnerville Arts and Industrial Complex. You can get to it in 15 minutes from this enchanting stay in nearby Cold Spring.

The stay: There's a beautiful wrap-around porch, mature trees, and beautiful green space to take in around this stately home, which also boasts a comfortable ground floor with two sitting rooms, a dining room, and a farmhouse kitchen. It can accommodate eight guests across four bedrooms.

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5. The Dakin House near Crossroads Brewing Company

Near: Crossroads Brewing Company in Athens, NY

About the brewery: Located in the Brooks Opera House, this spot has a seven-barrel brewhouse with 10 taps that offer a selection of award-winning beers, including the beloved Outrage IPA or its full-bodied Black Rock Stout.

The stay: Stay in style in the Dakin House, a renovated Greek Federal Style home built in 1800. You'll have the third floor to yourself with large light-filled open spaces, original hardwood floors, a comfortable living/dining room, and a separate bedroom, with a queen-size bed and adjoining private bath.

6. The charming vintage home near Suarez Family Brewery

Near: The Suarez Family Brewery in Hudson, NY

About the brewery: Owned and operated by a former Brooklyn resident, this small mom-and-pop specializes in ales of mixed fermentation, unfiltered lagers, and other crispy little beers (the Wheat Pale Ale and Crispy Little).

The stay: Stay in an authentic Sears catalog home in Hudson—a quiet and comfortable getaway for those looking to take a low-key escape from the city.

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7. The farm on Mad River near Lawson's Finest Liquids

Near: Lawson's Finest Liquids in Waitsfield, VT

About the brewery: This spot boasts world-class IPAs and maple brews (you read that—it is in Vermont, after all). It's a highly-acclaimed, small-batch artisanal brewery that'll have you appreciating the simplicity of a really good, cold drink.

The stay: The area is a bit more rural, so if you want the full experience, grab a private room at The Farm on Mad River, a five-bedroom bed and breakfast.

8. The three-bedroom suite near Foam Brewers

Near: Foam Brewers in Burlington, VT

About the brewery: Foam, which is right on the waterfront of Lake Champlain, brews in small batches so it can serve up a changing beer lineup, and just like its name suggests, it focuses on crafting the perfect foamy beer.

The stay: It's just a few minutes' walk to the brewery from this clean and historic apartment (from 1912) with three bedrooms. The suite of bedrooms share one bathroom that has a claw foot tub that is "scrubbed daily," so you don't have to be afraid of a good soak after you've downed your suds.

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