The Kingston Land Trust Celebrates the Holiday Season at Keegan Ales on Wednesday, December 29th.

The community is invited to attend and sample Keegan’s new “Kingston Land Trust” Rosemary Brew.

Kingston, NY – The Kingston Land Trust, an urban trust in the historic city of Kingston, celebrates the holiday season at Hudson Valley brewery Keegan Ales located at 20 Saint James Street on Thursday, December 29th, 2010 from 6-8pm.  The community is invited to attend. A special “Kingston Land Trust Rosemary Brew” will be showcased that evening.

“It’s been a big year for the Kingston Land Trust, and we want to celebrate and share our works with the community” says Executive Director Rebecca Martin. ” Keegan Ales is revered in NY State and located in Midtown, Kingston. We couldn’t  think of a better place to invite our friends together for a little holiday cheer and what fun it is to have beer made especially for us for this event”.

The Kingston Land Trust will showcase their upcoming projects in 2011 and will also be accepting tax deductible donations.

About the Kingston Land Trust:

The Kingston Land Trust is a 501c3 non-profit organization committed to the protection and preservation of open space, historic sites, wetlands, scenic areas, and forests in the City of Kingston and the surrounding region to include the Town of Ulster and the Town of Kingston.

About Keegan Ales:

Keegan Ales is the Hudson Valley’s Brewery, featuring three distinct beers brewed and bottled in historic Kingston, the first capital of the state of New York. “Old Capital” named for Kingston’s heritage, is a classic and refreshing ale. “Hurricane Kitty” named in honor of brewmaster Tommy Keegan’s grandmother, is an aggressively hopped India Pale ale, while “Mothers Milk” is a dark, rich, and creamy milk stout with hints of chocolate.  In addition to the brewery the historic 1830’s brick building will also feature a brew pub that is now open.


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