Adirondack Beer Trail

Adirondack Beer Trail

Tap into the Adirondacks

There's a craft beer craze in the Adirondacks, and you're invited to sample it all. These 13 stops will delight your palate with sudsy staples like stouts, IPAs, and ales, and they'll also tantalize your tastebuds with offbeat brews like goses, shandies, and hefeweizens. Some have restaurants or food carts on site, many host live music, and all offer a complimentary pairing of exquisite Adirondack scenery. Cheers!

Adirondack Beer Trail



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Adirondack Beer Trail Itinerary

Ledge Hill Brewing CoWestport

6700 Main St

Hand crafted ales and lagers mindfully brewed for folks who celebrate our community's rich heritage and share an optimistic vision of the future.

Big Slide Brewery & Public HouseLake Placid

5686 Cascade Road(518) 523-7844

Big Slide Brewery & Public House opened in June of 2016 at 5686 Cascade Road, just over a mile from downtown Lake Placid, near several popular and busy sites such as the Lake Placid Horse Show Grounds, the Olympic Torch, the Ski Jump Complex, Craig Wood Golf Course, the ADK Loj, and the Bobsled Track.  Brewing is handled on our hybrid 3.5/5 barrel brew-house, located right in the center of our dynamic concrete-topped bar, our comfortable dining room, and the semi-open...

Lake Clear Lodge Adirondack Alps RestaurantLake Clear

6319 State Route 30(518) 891-1489

Escape to an Adirondack Culinary Alternative Shh… we may be raided! Have fun as we celebrate when the 1886 main Lodge operated during the 1920s with a Speakeasy flair! For the romantic to families. Savor a vanishing, original Great Camp dining experience where your table is our 25 acres of lake and history, a tasting journey of Adirondack culinary history. Create your own experience: Begin your journey in one of the last of its kind: an original Adirondack lodge. Become...

Adirondack Growl and GrubLong Lake

8590 Newcomb Road(518) 624-2816

Adirondack Growl & Grub serves beer, wine, and deli fare for here or to go. Conveniently located in the center of the Adirondacks in Long Lake, NY, you can take your beer, deli supplies, and meals to go on your hike, paddle, ski, bike, snowmobile adventures, or to enjoy while relaxing at home or here with us.

Screamen' EagleInlet

172 Route 28(315) 357-6026

Looking to enjoy some dinner as a family? Join us in our dining area or deck seating for delicious pizza and wings! We have 50 beers on tap and a large variety of wines to choose from. We're open year round! Saturday and Sunday: noon - 10 p.m. Tuesday - Friday: 3 - 10 p.m. Monday: closed July - August: noon-10 p.m. daily * 2020 Paid Member of the Inlet Area Business Association

Fulton Chain Craft BreweryOld Forge

127 North Street(315) 369-1181