Gluten free option, cider
An imperial/double IPA with flavors of grapefruit rind, tropical fruits, and pine. Hops used are Cascade, Nugget, Zythos, Apollo, and Chinook.
Cayuga Cruiser is our slightly tart and exceptionally refreshing Berliner-Weisse style ale. Mildly hazy in appearance and light in body, this beer delivers the perfect combination of elements resulting in supreme and satisfying drinkability.
A sessionable IPA brewed with Pioneer and Shinook hops.
A light-bodied ale brewed with Kolsch yeast and five different varieties of hops. There are notes of lemon and dill that draw from the large amount of Sorachi Ace hops used in the brew.
A traditional Belgian Strong Ale, brewed with Saison yeast; the stronger cousin to your typical Saison.
This White IPA is brewed to showcase a single specific hop variety; each batch is brewed with a different locally grown hop.
Brother to the Moo Shake Stout, this version is an Oatmeal Milk Stout with subtle notes of chocolate.
Roasty, chocolatey goodness, as it is affectionately known in the tap room. This brew is a bold, full-bodied porter with hearty chocolate and coffee notes.
A traditional English old ale with a complex caramel malt bill. This winter warmer heats you up better than your ugliest winter party apparel.
This unconventional stout is brewed with lactose and Chai spices, then fermented on toasted oak chips.
This easy drinking ale is a lighter version of a classic nut brown ale, dry-hopped with goldings and fuggle hops.
A balanced Belgian-style saison, fermented with tropical fruit and finished with fresh jalapeño.
A true East Coast IPA brewed with a serious amount of herbal, citrusy and juicy aroma hops.
A refreshing pale ale with a great balance of clean bittering and floral aroma hops.
A classic, malt-forward Irish red ale with just enough hop presence to round everything out.
The traditional English session ale, light-bodied with roasted coffee and caramel maltiness.
Our sessionable IPA brewed with a blend of herbal and floral hops.
The brewers at Samuel Adams and Roc Brewing were inspired by the distance, in miles, between Boston, M.A. and Rochester, N.Y. – hence the name ThreeNinety Bock. At first glance the unconventional Maibock offers an appealing hue of tangerine. At first sip you experience the depth and character of robust bread crust and European malt. The brew has a subtle spice from rye malt and a marmalade sweetness that blends in a hint of smoke for good measure, and a slightly sweet dry finish that is sure to be enjoyed.