Just visiting Growler & Gill is an event, but we feature weekly and special events, too.
Monday – Live music most nights starting at 7 p.m.
Tuesday — Open Mic with Stefan 6-11 p.m.
Wednesday — Trivia with Mark & Peggy  7- 9 p.m.  Reservations recommended.
Thursday — Free beer tastings 6–9 p.m. Check out upcoming tastings on our calendar.
Happy Hour  Mon, Tues and Fri  3-6 p.m.  $2 off beer and wine!
Weekends— See below or visit our calendar for special tasting events, music events, Charity Bartender events and more.

Upcoming Events:

Sloop Tasting Thurs. 2/16  6-9pm

Grimm Tap Takeover Fri. 2/17 featuring Lumen IPA and Sumi Zest

Lower Hudson valley Craft Beer Festival Sat 6/3/17

The Lower Hudson Valley Craft Beer Festival  returns to the outdoor area of  Growler & Gill Craft Beer Shoppe, 148 E. Rt. 59, Nanuet, NY.

Featuring over 50 breweries, including your favorite local and other domestic breweries.  Each attendee will receive a souvenir tasting gill and have the opportunity to taste samples of  many unique and popular craft beers.

Enjoy live music all day. Delicious BBQ by Bailey’s Smokehouse will be available for purchase. Get Tickets Now.

Past Events:

Belgian Independence Day Trappist Beer Tasting 

What is Trappist Beer?

In Belgium, monks have been brewing beer since the 8th century as a way of supporting themselves.  Many of the monastic beers are now produced by corporations even though they may carry the name “Abbey” or have a monk on the label. However, there are a handful that have maintained their traditions of the past.  These are the Trappist breweries and they are thought to produce some of the best beer in the world.  In order to carry the “Trappist” label, a brewery has to meet the following criteria:

  1. The beer must be brewed within a Trappist monastery, either
    1. by the monks or under their supervision.
    2. The brewery takes a back seat to the monastery’s main  mission.
    3. The brewery is a non profit.  Any income goes to support the monks and to maintain the buildings and grounds.  Whatever’s left over, is donated to charities that help the poor.

    Come celebrate the great beer tradition of Belgium on Friday from 7-9 pm, as we enjoy Trappist beers from Orval, Rochefort, and Westmalle.  Glassware, give aways and more!

Full calendar of tastings and events: