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Alcove Amber

Named in honor of the City of Albany’s drinking, and brewing, water.  Tradtional English-style amber ale.  Malty, semi-sweet with notes of caramel, toffee and fruity esters.


BU 20

MALT Maris Otter, C-40, C-120, Amber, Roasted Barley, Flaked Barley

HOPS East Kent Goldings


Cascadian Dark Ale

Is it a Stout?  Is it an IPA?  Why not both!?  This “Black IPA” provides the best of both worlds: Roasted, malty goodness and bitter, floral hop pungency.  100% Cascade hops makes this a true-to-style Cascadian Dark!

Style: Black IPA

ABV: 6.5%

IBU: 65

Malt: Pale, Roasted Barley, Carafa1, Chocolate Malt, C-60, Flaked Oats

Hops: Cascade

Cobblestone Crusher!

Style: New England Session IPA

ABV: 4.4%

IBU: 30

Malt: Pilsner, White Wheat, Flaked Oats, Flaked Barley

Hops: Nelson Sauvin, Citra, Belma

Unfiltered, hazy, smooth and bursting with fruity aroma and flavor!  At only 4.4%, this Session IPA is supremely crisp and drinkable,  but with a major hop kick.  Big notes of white grape, citrus, grapefruit peel and earthy strawberry!  Light yet assertive bitterness.

Ditch Digger

Style: New England IPA

ABV: 5.8%

IBU: 30

Malt: 2-Row, Red Winter Wheat, Flaked Barley, Flaked Oats, Honey malt

Hops: Citra, Mosaic

Unfiltered, hazy, smooth and bursting with juicy aroma and flavors.  Notes of mango, grapefruit and orange  in the nose.  Flavor follows suit with a crisp, super gentle bitterness to balance it all out.  A true onslaught of hop character.

Duke of Erle

Named in honor of our General Manager, Caitlin, this Imperial Stout is a real holiday treat!  Brewed with loads of malt, we then conditioned the beer on Dutch cocoa, ground cinnamon and vanilla.  This is truly dessert in a glass!

Style: Imperial Stout/Spiced Beer

ABV: 9%

IBU: 50

Malt: English Pale, C-60, Roasted Barley, Chocolate Malt, Flaked Barley, Flaked Oats

Hops: Cascade

Kick-Ass Brown

Our award winning American Style Brown Ale is the gold standard for American Brown Ales. This ale is packed with full malt flavor and substantial American and European hop character. It pours a rich reddish brown with a frothy tan head and drinks super smooth 5.6 ABV


The nose is malt forward with a subtle roastiness and a bit of piney hoppiness from the late additions of Northwest hops.

Pouring a deep reddish brown with a tight light tan head. The head dissipates and leaves a light lacing down the glass as you drink it to the bottom.

This full-bodied ale has a rich and smooth mouthfeel. The full mouthfeel finishes smooth with a clean, almost sharp hop finish

This brew starts off with a full malt flavor from the use of Munich and Caramel malts giving way to a bit of hop bitterness and rounding out at the end. A slight maltiness lingers after the last remaining sips of your beer are gone.


O.G. 1.056 (14.0 P)

A.E. 1.014 (3.4 P)

ABV 5.6

CALORIES 248 (per pint)

BU 30

SRM 24

MALT Pale, Munich, Carmel, Brown, Chocolate

HOPS Cascade, CTZ, Crystal

YEAST WLP001 (American Ale Yeast)

Luck of O’Leary Irish Stout

Pitch black and velvety smooth.  Brewed with 6 different character malts as well as heavy additions of Oatmeal and Flaked Barley.  Look for dark chocolate and robust coffee notes with a semi-dry finish.


ABV 5.5

BU 25

MALT Maris Otter, Munich, Roasted Barley, Chocolate Malt, Flaked Oats, Flaked Barley

HOPS East Kent Golding

Open-Sesame Lager

A traditional Vienna-style Lager with a new age twist: toasted sesame seeds!  Look for a ruby/amber colored brew with frothy white foam, nutty malt flavors with hints of sesame, and a crisp, bitter finish.


ABV 5.8

MALT Bohemian Pilsner, Vienna, Melanoidin, Carahell, C-45


Palace Pilz

Palace Pilz is a pilsner using traditional German malts and lager yeast, but with an American twist.  Amarillo hops were used in the boil and dry hop for citrus notes.  We then lagered (stored cold) for 2.5 months.  One week before transfer/kegging, we cold hopped with a heavy charge of Czech-grown Saaz.   Look for a crisp, dry, super clean drinking lager with zesty and floral, herbal and citrus notes.


ABV 5.8

BU 35

MALT Bohemian Pilsner, Carafoam, Melanoidin

HOPS Amarillo, CZ Saaz


Pump Station Pale

The Pump Station Pale Ale is our American style pale ale. Brewed to be light in body and color but full in flavor. The heavy additions of pungent American hops give this beer its signature aromas and flavors without being overly bitter while the use of pale malts provide just enough balance to this hoppy American Pale Ale. 5.0 ABV


The nose is heavy with American hops that smell like citrus and pine trees. The late additions of Amarillo add heavy grapefruit notes on the nose while the use of Crystal hops add bit of pineyness and earthiness.

Pouring a rich gold with a tight white head the Pale Ale leaves a slight lacing down the side of the glass.

Our light-bodied pale ale has a bright mouthfeel and is light on the palate in spite of the full hop flavors.

This pale ale is bursting with hop flavor with a subtle malt balance. The hoppiness is decidedly less bitter than many other pale ales with much of the hop flavor coming through as a slight pineyness or resin.


O.G. 1.050 (12.5 P)

A.E. 1.011 (2.7 P)

ABV 5.0

CALORIES 220 (per pint)

BU 38


MALT Pale, Munich, Carafoam

HOPS Cascade, Horizon, CTZ, Amarillo

YEAST WLP001 (American Ale Yeast)

Quackenbush Blonde

Our German style ale is brewed substantially similar to the Kölsch ale still produced by brewers in the German city of Cologne (Köln). Made with select German malt and a touch of wheat this beer is light in body and color with a smooth mouthfeel. The use of traditional German hops provides just the right amount of balance and floral aromas to the finished brew 4.9 ABV


The nose is subtly sweet from the malt and a bit floral from the late additions of German Select hops. Very subtle aromas.

Pouring a light golden yellow with a frothy white head. The beer leaves a beautiful lacing down the glass as it’s consumed with a minimal amount of head lingering on the beer.

A light bodied brew this beer has a smooth mouthfeel from the addition of wheat and finishes very clean due to the good balance of early hop additions.

The flavors of this beer are very subdued with a slight malty sweetness and a good floral hop balance. The light-flavor of this ale make it particularly well suited as a session brew.


O.G. 1.046 (11.5 P)

A.E. 1.009 (2.4 P)

ABV 4.9

CALORIES 219 (per pint)

BU 20


MALT Pilsner, Pale, Munich, Wheat

HOPS Cascade, Tettnang, German Select

YEAST WLP001 (American Ale Yeast)