List of breweries in New York

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The Hinckel Brewery in Albany was built in 1880 and is now an apartment complex.

New York State, one of the fifty states of the United States of America, is home to more than 320 beer breweries,[1] as well as numerous brewpubs and bars. Throughout the last decade, the consumption of craft beer has grown to be a part of the state's culture. The following is a partial list of breweries located in the state.

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Closed breweries[edit]

A Lion Beer Can from 1936

Other beer companies[edit]

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