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21st Amendment Hop Crisis

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21st Amendment Brewery today announced the re-release of Hop Crisis, an oak-aged Imperial IPA with big malt flavor at 9.7% alcohol by volume and 94 IBUs (International Bittering Units—that’s bitter!). Hop Crisis is the latest installment in the 21stAmendment’s Insurrection Series, a limited edition, once-in-a-while, four-pack release of a very special beer that rises up […]

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21st Amendment Toaster Pastry

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Our first beer out of our new brewery is an homage to its former life as a toaster pastry factory. Biscuit malts give the beer a slightly nutty, crust-like flavor, while pale and dark Crystal malts create the mouthfeel and flavors reminiscent of strawberry jam. Calypso and other experimental hops give this ruby ale a […]

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4 Chords IPA

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4 Chords IPA is a series of IPAs brewed by Chatham Brewing exclusively for Minogue’s Beverage. This American IPA features Columbus, Cascade, and Simcoe hops with generous late additions and dry hopping to provide a pleasant floral nose and flavors of citrus, grapefruit, and passionfruit. It pours with a light, golden-orange hue and a creamy […]

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Abita Pecan

Abita Pecan

Abita Pecan® Harvest Ale is brewed with pale, Munich, biscuit and caramel malts and Willamette hops. Real Louisiana roasted pecans are added in the brewhouse and give the ale a subtle nutty flavor and aroma. Crack one open for yourself. This ale is excellent served with both red meat, seafood and, no surprise here, it’s […]

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Abita Satsuma

Abita Satsuma

Abita Satsuma Harvest Wit is brewed with pilsner, wheat malts and oats. It is made with real Louisiana satsumas and spiced with coriander and orange peel. This unfiltered brew has a slightly cloudy appearance with a subtle citrus flavor and aroma. Abita Satsuma Harvest Wit is very versatile and can complement a number of dishes. […]

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Abita Strawberry

Abita Strawberry

Abita Strawberry Harvest is a lager brewed with pilsner and wheat malts and Vanguard hops. Real Louisiana strawberry juice is added after filtration resulting in a crisp lager with a sweet strawberry flavor, aroma and haze. It is wonderful with desserts or lighter fare such as salads and pastas. Fresh cheeses such as Burrata, chèvre, […]

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Adirondack Blackberry Oatmeal Cream Stout

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Dark roasty brew with milk sugar to give it a creamy mouthfeel & body.  Fresh blackberry puree is added during fermentation giving this beer a nice subtly berry flavor, perfect for those cold winter nights.  Blackberry Oatmeal Cream Stout is brewed and bottled in Lake George, NY using local ingredients.

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Adirondack Chiatiemac Black Lager

Adirondack Chiatiemac Black Lager

An Adirondack black lager whose inspiration came from a traditional German Schwartz Pils.  This is a great beer that is light in body, yet dark in color- wonderful for those days when you are just coming off the ski slopes or snowshoe trails. Most refreshing!

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Adirondack Double Mocha Stout

Adirondack Double Mocha Stout

It’s a strong imperial stout with Guatemalan bittersweet chocolate, organic cocoa nibs and locally ground coffee from Caffe Vero, with 8%ABV we’re serving it in the traditional 10oz. snifter glass.

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Adirondack Fat Scotsman

Adirondack Fat Scotsman

A big rich and malty Scotch ale featuring a robust flavor but with a smooth mouth feel. Generous amounts of caramel malts and kettle caramelization contribute to the rich malty flavor balanced out with just the right amount of imported hops. Fat Scotsman Ale is a tribute to the Scottish Lockhart Clan who emigrated from […]

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Adirondack Maibock Lager

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Adirondack’s Maibock Lager is light in color, low in bitterness, with a medium body and rich in toasty flavor.  The original “Einbeck” was brewed in the 14th century and later adapted to a new lager style of brewing in the 17th century by Munich brewers who pronounced Einbeck as “ein bock,” German for billy goat, […]

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