Thousands Turn Out For Peekskill's Hudson Hop And Harvest Fest

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Stephen Kellog and the Sixers closed out Saturday's Hudson Hop and Harvest Festival. Photo Credit: Art Cusano
WHUD's Mike Bennett introduces singer/songwriter Elle King. Photo Credit: Art Cusano
Staff from Coffee Labs Roasters in Tarrytown were among those on hand for the event. Photo Credit: Art Cusano
Food was provided by local eateries, including Bobs Bar-B-Q. Photo Credit: Art Cusano
Members of local brew clubs showed off their skills as they brewed fresh batches. Photo Credit: Art Cusano
The Peekskill Coffee House kept visitors warm with hot drinks. Photo Credit: Art Cusano
The beer tent drew huge lines for much of the evening. Photo Credit: Art Cusano
Sponsors such as radio stations 100.7 WHUD and 107.1 The Peak had a large presence at the festival. Photo Credit: Art Cusano
The festival drew large crowds late into the evening even as temperatures dropped considerably. Photo Credit: Art Cusano

PEEKSKILL, N.Y. ‒ Thousands of people descended on Water Street Saturday for an evening of food, live music and locally brewed beer.

The first-ever Hudson Hop and Harvest Festival was put together by the Peekskill Brewery, which will soon move into a new location across the street from Homestyle Desserts.

New York breweries at the event included Captain Lawrence Brewing Co., Newburgh Brewing Co., Keegan Ales and Bronx Brewery. Food was offered by Bob-B-Q's of Shrub Oak, Peekskill’s Birdsall House, Murray’s of Tivoli and The Peekskill Coffee House, among others.

Music was supplied by 107.1 The Peak and 100.7 WHUD. In addition, several live musicians performed throughout the day into the night, including Elle King, who recently appeared on the "Late Show With David Letterman."

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