Did you know Albany was once at the center of the North American beer industry? Albany Beer Historian, Craig Gravina, is an author and co-founder of the Albany Ale Project. Craig will be leading tours through Albany’s former brewing districts, discussing the impact beer and ale had on Albany. Tour is offered in three of Albany's Distinct Neighborhoods.
The Downtown Albany tour will meet at the Albany Pump Station, where Happy Hour pricing will be available. The tour will made a mid-way stop at Loch and Quay.
Parking information: Guests are encouraged to park on the street or in the Quackenbush Lot.
The Quackenbush Square Lot is located at 45 Montgomery Street behind Quackenbush Square. It can be accessed by turning east on Spencer Street from Broadway then right on Montgomery Street, and then left into the lot.
Both cash and credit card payments are accept by the parking meters located within this parking location. Visitors can also utilize the Park Albany App.
Street parking is free after 5 pm in the following locations highlighted in red: https://parkalbany.com/meters
The Historic Neighborhood Brew Tours are part of a series of guided walking tours hosted by Discover Albany and led by Craig. Want to join us for future tours? Save the dates! All tours begin at 6:00. Starting and ending locations to be announced soon!
August 11th: The Center Square Tour begins at Lionheart Pub and Brewery. We will announced the mid-way stop on the tour!
September 8th: The Warehouse District Tour. Locations to be announced soon!