Eat This NY | November 16th, 2011
“The line-up at Keegan’s was pretty solid… I do appreciate doing one thing and doing it well. And keeping it small allows them to perfect certain styles rather than spreading themselves too thin.”
FERMENT NATION | November 11th, 2011
Straight away from the parking area, I knew Keegan Ales was not your typical brew pub.
TAPPED CRAFT BEER | November 11th, 2011
“Undeterred by the snowfall, we headed to Keegan Ales’ annual Halloween Bash. Of course, we didn’t have costumes (didn’t plan!), but that didn’t stop us from having a great time.”
Chad'z Beer Reviews | August 2nd, 2011
We recently ran into Chad Z from Chad Z’s Beer Reviews at one of the festivals that we went to and he let us know about his review of our Mother’s Milk. So here’s the video and the text write-up about what Chad Z thinks of our stout.
A Tale of Two Brewers | August 25th, 2010
All I can say is this is a very good stout. It’s well crafted and pleasing to drink. It’d go well with a steak, or something salty and savory. Well done Keegan Ales!
Catskill Mountain Guide | August 1st, 2010
Upon entering the Tap Room (part bar, part community hang out) at Keegan Ales, I could not help but pick up on a true community vibe. There is nothing forced or artificial about Tommy’s commitment to the local community, just like his beer.
Chronogram | January 27th, 2010
99 percent of what they make is their three well-loved brands, which neatly trisect the spectrum into yellow, red, and black. Old Capital, their golden ale, is a good choice for those who fear opacity in their beverages but who want a far more yeasty complexity than mass-market brands.
New York Cork Report | July 14th, 2009
This is a really, really well-made beer as the coffee blends nicely with the rest of the beer. Beer fans who do not drink coffee may be turned off by this beer but I really enjoyed it. The depth and complexity are amazing and the beer is extremely well balanced.
Chad'z Beer Reviews | February 26th, 2009
Hurricane Kitty, true to its namesake, packs a punch to the palate and then some. It has a rough mouthfeel and finishes a little coarse. A seasoned IPA drinker like me might not notice its edge, but I have a feeling anyone else will. But I wouldn’t really hold it against the beer since it’s expected.
Beer Blog | September 21st, 2006
A notch darker and another notch fuller under dark cream foam and rim. This is a smokey, coffee and chocolate stout with not a lot of lactose if the name was to indicate a milk stout…which it is.