The following beers were chosen the best of the best during the Tap New York Craft Beer and Fine Food Festival held in Hunter Mountain in Greene County.
Check the list of winners and see whether you imbibed the best of the brew:
The Best Craft Beer award when to Higher Standard Imperial IPA, brewed by The Peekskill Brewery.
The Best Craft Beer Brewery award went to Sixpoint Brewing Co., Brooklyn, NY.
Best Individual Craft Beers in New York State:
Silver Medal: Chocolate Porter – Horseheads Brewing, Horseheads, NY
Bronze Medal: Silver Anniversary Lager – Brooklyn Brewery, NY
The Best Craft Beer in the Hudson Valley award went to Lake Placid Pub & Brewery , Lake Placid, NY.
Best Individual Craft Beers in the Hudson Valley were:
Gold Medal: Saratoga Lager – Olde Saratoga Brewing Co., Saratoga Springs, NY
Silver Medal: Mendocino Imperial Stout – also produced by Olde Saratoga Brewing Co.
Bronze Medal: Got Your Back Stout – The Beer Diviner, Cherry Plain, NJ. New Jersey?
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Governor Cuomo invited Heather Briccetti to join him for the Tourism Summit being held at the Hart Lounge in Albany. It begins at 10:30 a.m.
Governor Cuomo believes the upcoming summit can be as successful as the yogurt and wine and beer summits he held last year.
“Our summits have produced real results for other industries, cutting red tape and making it easier to do business here in New York,” Cuomo said.
The tourism industry is the fifth largest employer in New York, supporting more than 694,000 jobs.
Long-time Business Council member Kodak reported $283 million in consolidated net earnings in the first three months of 2013, compared to a $366 million loss in the prior-year quarter.
The profitable quarter reflects improved results of the Commercial Imaging segments and includes a $535 million gain recorded on the sale of Kodak’s digital imaging patent portfolio, partially offset by a $77 million non-cash goodwill impairment charge related to the patent sale.
“These results demonstrate that we are on track with our strategy to focus on Commercial Imaging, and that we are making operational improvements as Kodak takes the right steps to emerge as a profitable and sustainable company,” said Antonio M. Perez, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “We have the right strategy and the right technology and products to extend our leadership in the industry.”
This is truly an interesting Made in New York story. Buffalo-based furniture maker replicated much of the Oval Office furniture at the newly-opened George W. Bush Library, wrote David Robinson of The Buffalo News. Robinson writes that Kittinger has a long history of providing furniture for the White House.
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Business Council member Destiny USA keeps on growing, this time with help from a international retail group, reports Kevin Tampone of Syracuse.Com (The Post-Standard). The eight stores are all new to the U.S.
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This comes under the heading of good news: In a release sent out this morning, Governor Cuomo announced that Corning Incorporated will invest nearly $250 million for a 94,000 square-foot facility of its diesel plan in the Town of Erwin (Stueben County). That investment will result in the creation of 250 full-time jobs and the retention of 500 positions.
“The expansion of this facility is great news for New York – a testament to our world-class workforce and further proof of our ability to compete for global jobs and business,” Governor Cuomo said. “We are extremely pleased that Corning has decided to make a major investment to expand their capacity here in Erwin, and look forward to them growing and thriving in the region.”
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The National Association of Purchasing Management said business activity at factories in the Buffalo Niagara region moved into growth territory in March, wrote David Robinson of The Buffalo News. However, manufacturing growth was “tepid.”
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In his column this morning, Bill Hammond of the Daily News looked at Governor Cuomo’s latest ads which say that New York’s economy has “created tens of thousands of new businesses.” Click here to read his commentary.
Microsoft reported a 19% rise in third-quarter profit, “despite a brutal slump in global sales of personal computers,” wrote New York Times reporter Nick Wingfield. Wingfield also reported that Microsoft’s CFO, Peter Klein, would be leaving the company.
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