Try one of our handcrafted ales from our award winning brewery.
Our brewmaster hand selects the finest hops, barley and yeast
around the world, creating a variety of flavors to please
Ask about our seasonal ales!
Bob's Old Tyme Root Beer
Brewmaster's handcrafted root beer served in a logo pint glass
to take home.
Our lightest ale uses barley, wheat, and rye to produce a
color. Lowly hopped and light in body, we suggest the Haystack
beer drinkers who usually drink light American lagers.
The Ausable Wulff Red Ale uses five different types of English
producing a ruby red hue and a body that is sweet and complex
palate. Balanced with Fuggles, Target and East Kent Golding
red ale is an authentic example of the English style of brewing.
ale is named after a trout fly (The Ausable Wulff) that is
worldwide by fly fishermen. Francis Betters, designer and
fly fisherman, lives here in the Adirondacks.
Rich, chewy and full of smoky flavor, this rare style of beer
to the early history of brewing. A blend of crystal malt is
over wild cherry, southern pecan and Adirondack maple wood.
robust, sweet, but surprisingly smooth chocolate porter.
John Brown Pale
A hop lover's dream. This American pale ale is hopped with
Pearl, Mt. Hood
and Cascade hops, all grown in the Pacific Northwest. Pleasantly
the John Brown Pale Ale finishes with a high floral note achieved
"dry-hopping" -- a process in which hops are added
and maturation. Our pale ale is named after famed abolitionist,
Brown, whose farm and gravesite are located adjacent to the
ski jumps off
Route 73. A "must" stop during your visit here.
Stylewise, this is a Belgian ale -- 6.9% ABV (no wonder it's
popular.) Considered by many master-brewers to be the most
complex and rich style of brewing in the world. This "dubbel"
Belgian candy sugar, Belgian malts, and a rare Belgian strain
brewer's yeast that produces "esters" -- flavors
that range from clove to
spice and banana.
Four ounce glass of each of our beers.