Craft Brew Made in the ADK

On Tap

Bluff Island Gold - 4.7% ABV / 17 IBU

This refreshing light-golden ale embodies drinkability. It is dry with light malty sweetness. English two-row malt plays with American hops to give this ale its dry finish. Clean, clear and bright.

Split Rock Ale - 5.3% ABV / 18 IBU

A tribute to a classic British mild ale, it is light brown in color, rich, malt-forward flavor profile balances notes of biscuit, mild cocoa and erthy hops. A creamy mouthfeel and full body enhances its drinkability, making this an extremely sessionable ale.

Old Mountain Milk Stout - 5.1% ABV / 21 IBU

In memory of Old Mountain Phelps, this sweet stout is proof that full rich flavor can come in a brew of modest proportions. Lactose is added to the brew creating a velvety palate and easy sweetness.

McKenzie Mt Red - 5.5% ABV / 24 IBU

Rich and malty, with huge hop aroma and flavor, this red ale is brewed in the shadow of McKenzie Mountain. The intense aroma of pine and citrus come from an abundance of American hops. This balances the sweetness and rich, bready flavors of this beer's caramel malts.

Clark and Marshall Original 46'er Ale - 4.6% ABV / 46 IBU

Requested by the ADK 46'ers, this beer is being brewed to mark the 100th anniversary of Herb Clark, Bob and George Marshall's ascent of their first 46'er, Whiteface. A light bodied, quaffable bitter, it has sweet grain flavor in the mouth with a deep dry finish.


Leaning Pine IPA - 5.7% ABV / 64 IBU

Huge pine aroma, intense resinous hop flavor and a dry finish leaves you with a magnificently balanced IPA. English two row and crystal malts provide the base for the high alpha hops to come forward.

Black Fly BIPA - 5.7% ABV / 64 IBU

An American-style India Black ale, the dark malts used give this ale an appearance of a stout. The generous additions of west coast hops like Nugget, Millennium, and Cascades bring the hop character of traditional IPA. The result is a smooth, yet bitter ale with a mellow finish. Caution: for internal use only. Not intended to be used as an insect repellent. Misuse may attract bears.

90 Miler DIPA - 9.0% ABV / 90 IBU

Named after the famous 90 Mile canoe/kayak/guideboat race that ends here in the village of Saranac Lake. This intensely delectable brew highlights subtle, yet assertive signatures of American hop varieties (Nugget, Millennium, Warrior, Chinook and Columbus). The color reflects the crystal and amber malts used to bring balanced to the high hop intensity.

Specialty Brews

Smoke Signals Ghost Pig Blonde - 5.4% ABV / 18 IBU

Brewed for Smoke Signals Restaurant in Lake Placid, this blonde ale pairs well with BBQ or any dish. Sweet malt finish balanced with light hop flavors make this an enjoyable brew to have with a meal or on its own.

Players Slapshot IPA - 5.6% ABV / 60 IBU

A warm, rounded, yet surprisingly delicate IPA. This ale is designed and created for Players Sports Bar & Grille on Main St, Lake Placid. A perfect beer to enjoy while watching a game and having a burger.

Porter Mountain Porter - 4.1% ABV / 21 IBU

Named after the 38th highest peak in the ADK's, this brew is a mild example of a robust porter. The blend of crystal and dark malts deliver a slightly sweet yet dry finish. Maple syrup from Paul Smith's is used as a priming sugar to naturally carbonate this beer. It pours with a creamy head and has a faint maple aroma.

Balanced Rocks - 4.2% ABV / 19 IBU

An American wheat ale brewed for the summer season, it is naturally carbonated with maple syrup. A light, delicious thrist quenching brew, it takes its named from the two balanced boulders on the first ledge on Pitchoff Mountain.

Haystack Pumpkin Ale -  4.8 % ABV / 12 IBU

Brewed in the shadow of Haystack Mountain, this gently spiced ale compliments the fall season. A blend of rye, wheat, mild and pale malts balanced out the subtle flavor of pumpkin. Lightly hopped, this refreshing ale pairs well with wings.

Kiwassa Pumpkin Porter - 6.3 % ABV / 19 IBU

Dark, rich American style Porter spiced with cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, allspice and a dash of cloves. These spices play nicely with the rye, wheat and chocolate malts. Add some pumpkin to the mash, and one has an intriguing holiday ale.