Directions & Hours

Food Parings Archives: Thanksgiving Dinner

Brooklyn Post Road Pumpkin

Post Road Pumpkin Ale

Early American colonialists, seeking natural ingredients for brewing ales, turned to pumpkins, which were plentiful, flavorful and nutritious. Blended with barley malt, pumpkins became a commonly used beer ingredient. Post Road Pumpkin Ale brings back this tasty tradition. Hundreds of pounds of pumpkins are blended into the mash of each batch, creating a beer with […]

Continue Reading

Cricket Hill Fall Festivus Ale

Cricket Hill Fall Festivus Image

Our Fall release is a harvest Ale with a lighter amber color and a beige head with good retention. There is a good balance of earthy malt and a blend of floral and pine hops in the nose. Biscuit notes mixing with caramel sweetness.do their job to complement the rest of the flavors.This is an […]

Continue Reading

Greenport Harbor Leaf Pile

Greenport Harbor

An autumn ale which brings you a slice of pumpkin pie in a glass. Fresh whole ginger, cinnamon, all spice, and nutmeg gives this ale its distinct character. Fall in.

Continue Reading

Redhook Pumpkin Porter

Redhook Pumpkin Porter

Out of Your Gourd Pumpkin Porter is dark chestnut brown in color and is made with pureed pumpkin. Cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger are added to the whirlpool and maple syrup is added during fermentation. This full-bodied, rich roasty porter makes you want to eat turkey and watch football, or build a bonfire.

Continue Reading

Smuttynose Pumpkin

Smuttynose Pumpkin Ale

Smuttynose Pumpkin Ale is our homage to the craft and heritage of America’s brewers. Recipes calling for the use of pumpkins in beer date back to early colonial times, when brewers sought to extend their supply of costly imported malt with locally grown ingredients, such as squash and “pompions.” In that spirit, we brew our […]

Continue Reading

Southern Tier PUMKING

Southern Tier Pumking Image

All Hallows Eve is a time of the year when spirits can make contact with the physical world, and when magic is most potent. It is thought that we harness this magic to brew our powerful pumpkin ale. Not so, but it is with great respect to the magic of their trade that our brewers […]

Continue Reading