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Climbing Bines Hop Farm, Penn Yan
(4/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • If you are doing a craft beer tour, don't miss this place. As the title says...great atmosphere and great beer. The servers were friendly and the place was very clean. It's also interesting to see the...  more »
  • Nothing as refreshing as a locally sourced brewed beer! While driving in Lake Keuka we came across the farm and had to stop. Sunday morning around 11 AM it wasn't too crowded and we got a chance to ta...  more »
  • Started with a random day trip and ended up driving south down lake Seneca. Had to pull a u-turn after seeing our first craft ale brewery. Super glad we stopped and pulled in. Great people great hefe ...  more »
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  • The beer is awesome and the bar is beautiful! Wide open space for big parties both inside and outside with many fun activities! The owner's dog, Wally the labradoodle, is the cutest and most friendly pup ever and made the experience even more fun!!!
  • Good beer nice selection very clean and good pricing. Staff is very friendly. Only downside....only had porta potty at the time of our visit, however they were very clean
  • Disappointing experience here. Looked fancy, clean, nice design, but serious service, employee, and owner issues. We were there with a group, and the leader worked out a deal that for a ticket, we would receive a full tasting. At most breweries or wineries in the area, that consisted of 3-7 beers or wines to taste. The employee only gave us one beer to taste, not a full tasting. It was one sip in a small cup. I needed to take a couple small half sips of the one beer to even halfway try to enjoy it. I wish they were upfront that the ticket was only for one beer to taste. A few others from the group came in to taste, and must have asked about it, as they left without tasting. I felt I wasted the ticket here on nothing. I would have just paid for the full tasting had they been honest about it. Apparently it was an issue, as I overheard an employee talk to the owner about other patrons grumbling about the deal, and he blew them off, mumbling something about how he can't afford giving a full tasting. I was so excited about a brewery being on the tour, then so disappointed in the atmosphere and attitude by the staff and owner. Running a business, I know if you give away a dollar and exceed customer expectations, you'll reap ten in return. I'll hopefully be able to return next year, to give them a second chance, and hope for improvement. Hopefully I can actually find out what their product is like.
  • Great setting and beautiful setup to enjoy and sample thier beer! Loved each one of the beers I tried. A must see!
  • I give my experience 2 stars only because the few drops I was served were excellent (I think, didn't get enough to be sure). I payed for a tasting and between the 4 beers I would estimate I was served approximately 3 oz. in total. This cost me $6, to do the math this would make for a $24 dollar pint. While I am more than willing to pay good money for good beer, that is criminal! In addition if you are going to charge that much for a tasting that small, you should provide actual toilets instead of outhouses for your patrons. I most likely would have brought several growlers home with me if I had not felt like I was taken advantage of by the tasting.