Imperial Stout with coffee aged in small batch bourbon barrels.
Body Archives: Full-bodied
Abita Christmas Ale (November – December) rounds out our calendar. Each year at the Abita Brewery we craft a special dark ale for the holiday season. The recipe changes each year so that Abita Christmas Ale is always the perfect gift. Its spicy character is excellent with traditional holiday foods such as gingerbread or spiced […]
Abita Fall Fest (September – November) is an Octoberfest-style lager brewed with pale, Munich and caramel malts. iI is hopped with German Perle and Hallertau hops. The result is a full-bodied, malty lager with a bright amber color. Cheese pairings include Gruyère and Swiss-style cheeses.
Mardi Gras Bock (January – March) is the first of our seasonal brews. Abita Bock is brewed with pale, pilsner and caramel malts and German Perle hops. Our bock is similar to German maibocks with its rich malt flavor and full body. A perfect choice during Carnival season in New Orleans. Gruyére, Emmental and Swiss […]
Restoration Pale Ale® is brewed with pale, caramel and carapils malts. It is liberally hopped and dry hopped with Cascade hops. This golden ale has a rich body, mild bitterness, and a snappy citrus hop flavor and aroma. With your help Restoration raised over $550,000 for hurricane relief. This beer can be paired with many […]
Turbodog® is a dark brown ale brewed with pale, caramel, and chocolate malts and Willamette hops. This combination gives Turbodog® its rich body and color and a sweet chocolate, toffee-like flavor. Turbodog® began as a specialty ale, but has gained a huge, loyal following and has become one of our flagship brews. This ale pairs […]
This Barrel Aged Imperial Red Ale is aged in 1st use Jim Beam barrels for 6 months. The bourbon flavor really shines through in this very well balanced beer.
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.
Café Vero Stout is made in cooperation with Café Vero of Lake George using 100% locally roasted Coffee. Brewed with their freshest roasted Coffee, Café Vero Stout offers a rich coffee flavor and aroma, but finishes like a dry 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.
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 […]
Our February 2016 Beer of the Month is a rich black chocolate peanut butter porter with a creamy head and a smooth mouthfeel. Rich roasted chocolate malts, coffee, and peanut butter make this one a go to for peanut and porter lovers alike.
When you bring together two creative, off-the-wall breweries and challenge them to create one rare and awesome brew, the result will be mind-boggling organleptic, a tad over genius and miles above the par… Introducing Chocolate Raspberry Imperial Porter; The Official Beer of Saratoga Beer Week Adirondack Brewery masterfully brewed a mild Porter with great body & […]
Saratoga Imperial Stout blended with Adirondack Session Stout – ample amounts of toasted coconut and orange peel added in the boil, then dry hopped with Myrcene, Super Galena and Columbus hops. The result is a trip to the tropics. Mild toasted coconut blends into a dark chocolate espresso body and finishes with notes of mango […]
Caramel malts and spices on the nose, this is a strong ale brewed with just enough hop bitterness to balance the large grain bill. A combination of spices linger on the tongue in the finish.
This hoppy American IPA is a full bodied beer brewed with American pale and crystal malts, and heavily hopped with Chinook, Cascade, Columbus and Centennial. There’s a trophy in every glass.