With its warm earth tones and antique bar this brewpub entices people to hang up their coats and stay a while.
The Dutch is one of the Hudson Valley’s Newest Microbreweries! In March 2012 owners Johnny & Karyn Pavich unveiled a three barrel brew system and Johnny brews up to 3 times a month creating various hand crafted beers including, “Colonial Wheat,” “Ale-X,” and “Kary’s Pale Ale,” the inaugural beer named after his wife. They love beer so much that the pub keeps 15 craft beers on tap, including a few of their own & many more by the bottle! Check out one of the beer promotion nights to score prizes and giveaways and try new beers from craft breweries across the country. They also host beer tasting dinners in collaboration with local brewers.
Johnny and Karyn believe wholeheartedly that the main ingredient in delicious food is love. This belief led them to hire a culinary trained chef and turn the menu in a new direction. “We decided to go with the gastropub theme because we wanted to bridge the gap between cozy pub and upscale restaurant by creating a cuisine conscious tavern with good food that’s also a good value,” explained Karyn. “The new food offerings are more unique to our establishment and will use more fresh, local ingredients – always prepared trans-fat free.”