The little teal-colored taproom in Sloatsburg, NY, opened to much fanfare and excitement and late summer 2016. Village regulars and visitors quickly took to the spot like a shady oasis in the desert dunes.
Seven Lakes Station owners and operators Martijn Matos Mollet and Jamie Lovelace have been steering the taproom since that opening to a sweet spot, where most evenings, from sundown to closing, finds the craft beer taproom and beer market filled with thirsty customers.
Sloatsburg and the surrounding area has been supportive of the taproom, which provides a nice, low-key meeting spot while offering the best window seat around for traffic watching along Route 17.
Busy as they are with their new craft beer operation, Mollet and Lovelace are also known music DJs and producers, and continue to pump up the volume for their Jungle List Radio program, where they bring the bass and beats every first and third Monday of the month.
Seven Lakes Station recently posted a new video promotion for the taproom, produced by Sloatsburger and regular customer Chris Gay.
Regular customer and local videographer Chris Gay recently worked with the duo on a Seven Lakes Station promotion video — as word continues to reverberate about Sloatsburg’s growing trail town vibe and a perfect spot to quench a thirst.
Seven Lakes also works with local restaurants for those who are hungry and want to order in food. Just ask at the bar.
Seven Lakes Station is a craft beer taproom and market located in Sloatsburg, NY, the New York City Metro Area’s gateway to the wilderness, located less than an hour north of the City. The taproom features some 14 local and specialty taps on rotation, growler fills, bottles behind the bar, a great selection of your favorite and rare craft beers to go, and light eats.
Seven Lakes is located at 80 Orange Turnpike in Sloatsburg’s village center … (845) 712-5586.