This most recent incarnation of the Albany Ale is based on an Albany Ale recipe from the early 19th century (think 1830s). Our version differs slightly from the original in that the malt we use is of a better quality (and therefore higher potential sugar) and the yeast we use is more attenuative (meaning ferments […]
- Some vintage labels and advertisements for Evans' Ales.
- Brewing tanks on the upper mezzanine.
- An assortment of our fine ales.
- One of our bartenders, in front of the taps.
About the Beer
Inherent in each pint of Evans’ beer is over two-hundred and twenty-five years of fine brewing craftsmanship. From the eighteenth century to the twenty-first, our handmade brews continue our award-winning tradition. Stop in and be a part of our ongoing history!
Our Bavarian-Style Hefeweizen is brewed with a substantial amount of pale German malted wheat and a select German Hefeweizen yeast strain. The combination of the wheat malt and a low mashing temperature when fermented by our specialty yeast produces a beer with a big banana aroma with a hint of clove. These are the esters […]
Bière de Garde is a French farmhouse style ale traditionally brewed in French Wallonia. Bière de Garde is an ale typically brewed in the late winter to early spring and then cellared or ‘garded’ for a number of months for consumption in the warmer weather. We brewed this batch in March of 2013, conditioned it […]
Our Belgo-American IPA is brewed with a super bright and aromatic hop blend. Pungent hops and fruity yeast esters dominate the front of the nose. The balance of piney and fruity hops with our spicy house yeast produce a wonderful IPA experience. 6.0% Notes: The nose is dominated by resiny and citrusy hop aromas with […]