Imperial Stout with coffee aged in small batch bourbon barrels.
Hop Flavor Archives: Low Bitterness
Adirondack’s Belgian Solstice Ale is a robust Belgian Style dark, strong ale with a distinct aroma of citrus fruits and nutmeg. Made from imported Belgian yeast and American grown hops, this ale features dark Belgian candy sugar which lightens its body and flavor.
ADK’s Take on a Traditional Belgian White Ale or Witbier that is re-fermented with fresh peach puree. By adding the fruit after primary fermentation you get a dryer beer with a subtle peach flavor.
Our take on an authentic Czech Pilsner. Light and hoppy, this beer is brewed with only one type of hop, Czech Saaz, which gives the beer a spicy aroma and flavor.
Headwater Hefe is Adirondack Brewery’s authentic Bavarian style Hefeweizen. Imported Malts and an Authentic German yeast strain give this lightly hopped wheat beer a refreshing flavor with hints of banana and clove in the finish. Read the history behind the label.
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, […]
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.
Subtle hints of raspberry and a trace of watermelon refreshes the mouth. A Belgian influence with a kiss of New York State honey, for complexity, delivers a dry, refreshing finish to a very drinkable summer ale.
Great summer drink, lightly filtered with tangerine peel and juice added. Tangerine Dream utilizes a new and innovative hop with a unique citrus and tropical aroma.
Wheat-er-Melon is a pale wheat beer, which is light and refreshing, with a hint of watermelon in the aroma and flavor. A great compliment to a hot Adirondack day.
Our interpretation of a traditional Belgian wheat beer. Brewed with a generous portion of wheat and spiced with coriander and Curacao orange peel, this beer is fruity, refreshing and slightly cloudy in appearance.
Ballast Point’s Brewing and Spirits Navigator Doppelbock is inspired by the strong German dark lagers and bock’s. Briess Extra Special malt helps create the source of the flavors that dominate the aroma and taste buds in Navigator. You are able to enjoy forward flavors of caramelized malt sugars and dried fruits, such as raisins, apricots […]
For the chocolate lover. Dark chocolate in color with a light roasted grain aroma. A generous amount of cocoa is used in the brewing process with enough hops to give it a bitter chocolate flavor.
This is an unfiltered wheat beer fermented with a Saison yeast. It has a white foamy head and is cloudy in appearance. The aroma is of sour lemon. It is light bodied with wheat malt, finishing dry on the palate.
A multi grain session ale brewed in conjunction with area farmers using fresh local ingredients. Pale straw in color with hints of rye, oats and wheat, followed by a touch of honey. The Liberty Hops add a spicy profile.
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.