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Think & Drink Local With the Adirondack Craft Beverage Trail

Calling all craft beverage enthusiasts! The Adirondack Craft Beverage Trail features craft beverage producers in the Southern Adirondacks and northern Capital Region. Discover local and delicious beers, wines, and spirits you'll love while supporting small businesses at the same time.

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This epic trail was created in 2014 and is a program of the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce. The trail is the result of a collaboration between the craft beverage makers, the ARCC, tourism departments, tour operators, and more.

You'll wind through Lake George, Corinth, Fort Ann, Glens Falls, Queensbury, Greenwich, Granville, and more on your quest to enjoy all the craft beers, wines, ciders, and spirits that the region has to offer. Please remember to drink responsibly!

Participating Craft Beverage Producers

Adirondack Brewery

Adirondack Brewery in Lake George has over 25 craft ales created from high quality malt, hops, and yeast.

Adirondack Winery - Bolton Landing

You'll find handcrafted, fruit-infused, and varietal wines at Adirondack Winery, which has two locations, including a seasonal tasting room in Bolton Landing.

Adirondack Winery - Lake George

Adirondack Winery's flagship store in Lake George is open year-round and features gourmet cheese, fine foods, delicious chocolates, fun souvenirs, and more in addition to the wines.

Argyle Brewing Company

Argyle Brewing Company is a farm brewery in Greenwich that uses locally sourced hops and barleys to create their craft beers.

Battle Hill Brewing Company

Battle Hill Brewing Company creates their ales in Fort Ann seven barrels at a time with fresh ingredients, using refined recipes.

Big Slide Brewery & Public House

Located in Lake Placid, Big Slide Brewery severs up small plates and pizza in addition to 10 rotating beers in a relaxed atmosphere.

Bolton Landing Brewing Company

Bolton Landing Brewing Company is a taproom and pub that brews their craft beer on site in Bolton Landing.

Common Roots Brewing Company

Common Roots Brewing has a variety of IPAs, pale ales, dark beer, and more.

Note: Common Roots Brewing operates out of a temporary location at 30 Saratoga Avenue in South Glens Falls since a fire consumed their flagship location at 58 Saratoga Avenue. The taproom entrance for the temporary location is on the Newton Street side of the building.

Cooper's Cave Ale Company

Cooper's Cave Ale Company in Glens Falls serves up pub fare, gourmet sodas, and ice cream in addition to their no nonsense beer. They believe beer thrives with minimal intervention.

Davidson Brothers Restaurant & Brewery

Enjoy brews and burgers at Davidson Brothers in Glens Falls, where they focus on traditional, aroma-filled hops for their IPAs.

Druthers Brewing Company

Druthers Brewing Company has locations in Saratoga, Albany, and Schenectady, although officially the Saratoga location is on this craft beverage trail. Beers are handcrafted on site at each of their locations.

High Peaks Distillery

High Peaks Distillery has an understanding of malt and a passion for the grain. They're located in Lake George and specialize in Scottish-style whiskey.

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Lake George Distilling Company

Lake George Distilling is located in Fort Ann and has a tasting room in Lake George. Their artisan spirits have localized names to honor the Adirondack region, like Adirondack Wildfire and 32 Mile Moonshine (for 32-mile long Lake George).

Lake Placid Pub & Brewery

This pub and grill has bars and lakeside decks on three floors, but the beer is center stage. Take a brewery tour at Lake Placid Pub & Brewery, and check out their featured beer of the month.

Ledge Rock Hill Winery

Ledge Rock Hill Winery is a family-run winery in Corinth. They have decades of wine-making experience and use all natural ingredients.

Mean Max Brew Works

Mean Max Brew Works is a Glens Falls hotspot for drinks, darts, and trivia. They focus on ales and lagers, and handcraft beers in small, three-barrel batches.

Northway Brewing Company

Northway Brewing features a 50-barrel brew system, a 3.5-mile pilot system, a bottling and canning line, and a 3,000-square-foot taproom in their Queensbury location.

Paradox Brewery

Paradox Brewery is an independent craft brewery in Schroon Lake that focuses on brewing innovative beer of the highest quality.

Racing City Brewing Company

Racing City Brewing Company in Saratoga Springs brews classic styles of beer with their own modern twist.

Saratoga Winery & Tasting Room

Saratoga Winery in Saratoga Springs not only serves up handcrafted wine, but they offer local beer and delicious wood fired pizza too.

Slate Town Brewing Company

Granville has been called the "Colored Slate Capital of the World," and that's where this brewery gets its name. They create handcrafted beer in small batches.

Slickfin Brewing Company

Slickfin Brewing Company is a microbrewery in Fort Edward. A husband and wife team channel their passion to create artisanal craft beer that brings friends, family, and community together.

Slyboro Cider House

Slyboro Cider House is located at New York State's oldest u-pick orchard, Hicks Orchard in Granville. Apple trees have grown here since the 1880s.

Spa City Brew Bus

Check out the Spa City Brew Bus in Saratoga for a unique craft beverage experience. You and your group hop aboard a bus and journey through the Capital Region's finest breweries, wineries, distilleries, and cideries.

Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery

Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery is situated on 200 acres of land in Queensbury and they offer outdoor seating to enjoy the views. They use clean, unprocessed water from original wooden pipelines and New York State grains to craft their products.

Victory View Vineyard

Victory View Vineyard in Schaghticoke is a family-owned winery that specializes in cold climate grapes which are used to produce exceptional red and white wines.

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