Lake Placid Craft Brewing Company

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Lake Placid Craft Brewing CompanyLake Placid Craft Brewing Company
BEER AVG
3.73/5
Based on:
41 Beers
1,667 Ratings
Place Score: 89
Ratings: 47
Reviews: 32
rAvg: 3.98
pDev: n/a
Taps: --
Bottles: --
Cask: N
Beer-to-Go: N
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

813 Mirror Lake Drive
Lake Placid, New York, 12946
United States
phone: (518) 523-3813

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Notes:
The Lake Placid Pub & Brewery is located here as well.

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Photo of slander
3.58/5  rDev -10.1%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4

So I can either attempt to navigate the detours and double back to whatever that one road was that runs in and out of town, or continue on with the lake to the right of me, round and around and back out to where I started. The latter affords me the opportunity to visit the other brewpub in town so it's really a no brainer, although I am freezing my ass off on this lake on a mountain. I've had some of their beers out and about but have never been to their house and I have to admit that I'm really kind of curious about the goings on there, having read some of the reviews interestingly describing the differences in the upstairs and downstairs scenes. Um, yeah...

A whole lot of available parking out on the lake ring road and looking both ways before crossing, I headed up to the ski chalet but not really looking joint, and found the immediate crossroads upon entering. Door to the downstairs bar off to the left or brewpub up the stairs past the large arch stained glass window; I'll start up top and work my way down. 10 seat "U" shaped bar in the center of the room, with a strange little nook where both ends meet the inside wall, booze tiered 5 high there below displayed trophies for I don't know what. On one side of the room, a large stone fireplace on the wall, with strung white Xmas lighting in spruce across the mantle. Big glass wall forward facing the lake gives you access to the outdoor deck, holding a half dozen plastic tables. Good light, windows to both ends of the room and spots and tracks to the front. Yellow painted walls with old Lake Placid posters and vintage tourist ads on one side, and school pennants and beer awards (Hudson Valley Beer & Food and TAP NY '03 & '05) on the other. Ceramic mug club mugs dangle above the bar and there's a raised ceiling area directly above the bar lined on the inside with old beer bottles (Is that an old Catamount I see?) below more school pennants. A single TV sits above the bar and there's another one in the rear corner. A dozen + tables throughout, including some raised bar tables to the rear near the viewable brew room; fermenters and at least 1 wood lined kettle.

6 taps on a single tower on one side of the bar. The sampler of 6 (4 regulars and 2 seasonals) served in a round cut tree section, a flat piece about 1" thick with holes for the sampler glasses, pretty cool. The Moose Island Ale, light, golden, low bitterness; the 46er IPA, copper color, good hop bite; the Ubu Ale, an English strong ale, a deep red pour, warming, very nice; the Frostbite Ale, an APA at 6.8%, nice hoppiness; the Belgian Wit, Chouffe yeast, coriander nose, came in over 5%, the Maibock had an excellent malt backbone, nice, sweet, in at 8.1%. The Ubu Ale and the Maibock were the two I liked the most.

Finished my sampler and took the rear staircase near the brewroom downstairs to see what was what. There's something of a local hang here, the bar used to be called PJ's or maybe it still is, in any event, it was here long before the brewpub and it ain't going away. They've got the same 6 tap tower as upstairs but I didn't see a single pint glass, rather a whole lot of bottled crappy macros on the bar. I walked through and out rather quickly. Sure, they've got pool, darts & foosball, but they ain't drinkin' the goods down here.

Ski lodge meets sports bar. Upstairs, good, downstairs, not so much.

Photo of jjboesen
4.38/5  rDev +10.1%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.75 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.75

In the quaint village of Lake Placid, nestled high in New York’s mighty Adirondack Mountains, are two fine purveyors of craft brew; one is the Adirondack Brewing Company (see my review for the Great Adirondack Steak and Seafood Company), the other is this one.

Situated apart from the Main Street bustle of summer tourists and winter ski bums, Lake Placid Brewing is housed in an appropriately rustic two-story structure, with the brewpub being upstairs. The room is pleasant enough – though, it does evoke a fratboy-cum-sportsbar atmosphere (what with the numerous college pennants decorating the walls.) In the middle is the bar, square-shaped with limited space to plant one’s ass. There is a smattering of high tops and tables scattered arbitrarily about the place – with plenty of room for the ever rushing servers. LPCB offers conviviality to local and tourist alike.

Of course, we were here for the beer and there was a decent selection of the house brew here including several IPAs; however the primary beer was the UBU Ale, a smooth and delicate English Strong Ale that comes off more like a Scotch Ale than anything else – perhaps, it is a British Strong Ale? After several pleasant pints, my friend and I, the former having brought me here in conjunction with a business trip to nearby Saranac Lake, grabbed a growler of UBU and made our way down the mountain to home.

While not much of a skier, or a tourist addicted to quaint, but crowded, mountain villages, I can see myself returning here. After all, Lake Placid is the home of two Winter Olympic Games, the most recent being in 1980 when our hockey team defeated the USSR. Now, Lake Placid is home to UBU Ale. Do you believe in miracles?

Photo of tobelerone
3.73/5  rDev -6.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

A very casual bar downstairs and dining room upstairs. Laid back and relaxed with a few tourists mingling with the locals. Friendly vibe, nice bartender. The beers are pretty good but nothing is exceptional. They offer flights and pints are pretty decent prices and there are growlers in the fridge to go as well as some mixed 6 and 12 packs.

Food was standard pub far but yummy. Had a steak sandwich that was well made and tasty for 10 bucks with steak fries.

Definitely worth stopping by if you're in the Lake Placid area. Not exactly a must-see beer destination but a solid place if you're close. Very different from the town's other brewpub - Great Adirondack Steak and Seafood, which is costlier and a little nicer in both decor and menu. Beers are kind of a wash between the two places in my experience.

Check it out, it's a nice place to spend an hour or two, particularly on a quiet fall afternoon like the one I had recently. Might be a little nutty during the height of ski season.

Photo of plaid75
2.69/5  rDev -32.4%
vibe: 2 | quality: 2 | service: 2.5 | selection: 4

Located a few blocks off the main drag. A two story red barn like structure with an upstairs restaurant and outdoor dining area. There was also a bar downstairs that seemed to appeal to the local, non-tourist patons. The downstairs bar was dark and dank and the restrooms were unkept. There were five or six lake Plaicd beers on tap, and the bar was stocked with liquor and bottles of BMC.

I was disappointed in may hefe being served in a pint glass, with absolutely no head. It looked more like grapefruit juice. The disappointment did not end there, as my pale ale arrived flat and bit off tasting.

The bartender didn't seem too knowledgable about the beers and seemed more interested in pouring shots and cracking open Miller Lites than actually serving up the house beers.

Maybe I should have gone upstairs, but I didn't. Therefore this review is meant for those who opt for the downstairs bar.

Photo of StonedTrippin
3.79/5  rDev -4.8%
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.75 | food: 4

newly redone, in the last few years at least, the whole area here is really booming. basement level is a pub style, few booths, big wooden bar, pool table, juke box, dim lighting, mix of people from everywhere but lake placid, its a cool vibe. upstairs is the restaurant and brew house, nice atmosphere there too, and the food is always good, especially the wings. five or six beers going at all times, with a seasonal, a brewhouse only beer, and the regular lineup. service at the bar is always slow because its always so busy, but ive never had any issues while eating with poor service at all. I really like their ipa, one of the beers that turned me on to craft, so its nice to get it fresh. they are also doing some experimental hop stuff, which is always welcomed. it gets a little loud and a little hot in the basement there, but its a place worth visiting, especially on Tuesday when you get two for one pints!

Photo of goodbyeohio
3.66/5  rDev -8%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5

this place is located smack dab in the shopping/trinkety area of lake placid. up on a hill with nice views of the olympic stadium (right across the street in fact) and the skyline-defining high jumps built for the games. the place itself is a ski-lodgey dark wood building with churchy pointed picture windows, adjacent to a dirt parking lot. entering through the side door brings you around some tight, twisty narrow halls and stairways up to the main bar/dining area. the bar is a large wooden beast with three sides and many uncomfortable wood-backed stools. tables and chairs full the rest of the u-shaped room, which holds many sports related items and other ski type memorabilia. like the shed, but a little less cramped. there is also a nice outdoor porch for nicer weather.

there were five or six beers on tap including maibock, pale ale, lager, hoppy pale ale, oatmeal stout and ubu. all beers were of above-average quality, with the frostbite being the only wow! standout with its pac-nw hoppy resinous blast of flavor. ubu is a good, strong beer for a flagship as well, clocking in at a dark, dark 7%. also available now on nitro and as a black/tan. a growler cooler is across from the bar with six packs as well to take out.

pricewise, i dunno. 10oz maibock pours for pint prices? seemed a tad steep.

the bartender seemed very friendly but not too knowledgable about the beers. he was happy to get the brewer for me, a jolly guy who was more than happy to talk up a storm about his little operation in lake placid.

had some buffet-style food, but as it's not the usual fare, i'd be best not to review it. suffice it to say, don't go here for any buffet events because whatever food they have catering access to stinks.

overall an enjoyable place to hang out with friends but not quite the destination, especially if you have the capability to enjoy these beers in your own home or at a local pub with a bit more oomph. all the folks around said great adirondack is the better experience in town, and i probably should have pushed harder for that second stop in town.

Photo of MTNboy
4.15/5  rDev +4.3%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5

The Lake Placid Brewery and Pub is a great place to grab a drink after hiking around the Adirondacks. It has a real laid back atmosphere. It has an average bar feel to when you come in and the servers are nice. I sampled several of their beers and I was impressed. I like all styles of beer for the most part but of course I have preferences but I give everything a shot when trying somewhere new. I am not a big IPA or Stout guy. I mean sure I like to drink them occasionally but they are not my normal beers of choice. I have to say that I really enjoyed the 46’er I.P.A. and their Stout too. I liked the Ubu Ale so much I took a growler of it home with me to share with friends. I like Lake Placid but a lot of the establishments are full of stuck up people this is not one of them. I look forward to going back and sampling more of their seasonal beers.

Photo of Hautacam
4/5  rDev +0.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Big open, bright, high cieling dining area surrounding the rusic light wood bar. This looks and feels like a brewpub with the bar being the center of it all. We opted not to sit on the deck, but that looked like a good spot to hang out and have dinner too.
We were looking for pub grub , and that's about all that is available here....and it was good. Excellent burger... grass fed beef , maybe ? Fries also very good.
Tried their famous Ubu...pretty good...not my favorite style of beer, but when in Rome....
Their Hefe was really good. My girlfriend had two pints of that. They use the Weienstephan yeast , and it tastes like a real German hefe.
Thier IPA was also very good, as was the 46'er Pale. We grabbed a couple of Pales from the bar downstairs when we were done and sat outdoors with a view of Mirror Lake. A good place to hang out...red Adirondak chairs.
Good beers, good food, good atmosphere.

Photo of tbeckett
4.11/5  rDev +3.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Nice interior of two floors with bars on both. Upstairs has lot's of seating with tables and a nice patio. Really friendly and helpful waitstaff that knew what they were talking about in terms of both beers and food. Beer available to take away downstairs also. Never had to wait long for anything and all members of their team were ready to look out for us even though we weren't their table.

Lot's of penants from Universities around making the atmosphere more interesting, even more so considering that I was able to spot some Canadian ones. Portions were huge almost to the point of being scary which may just be an American thing. Nevertheless the brews were decent and the food was tasty.

Photo of Hojaminbag
3.95/5  rDev -0.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

After a long day of skiing and a short stop at the other brewpub in town, I came to Lake Placid planning to have dinner and as many beers as I could handle. It turns out I was too tired to handle many beers, but that didn't change the fact that I really enjoyed this place. It is just a block of main street lake placid, and pretty easy to find.

There is an upstairs and the downstairs. Both serve the exact same beer. The upstairs is a restaurant and bar, while apparently the downstairs is just a bar. The downstairs is open late, 2am on this Thursday, while the upstairs closed about 10. I called ahead to learn all of this stuff, and the man who answered the phone was helpful and forthcoming with as much information as I would need. Good start.

The thin, U-shaped bar is in the center, and directly in front of you when you walk in. It has a high ceiling that leads to a skylight above it (I think anyway). The walls are adorned with wood and various sports memorabilia, with lots of stuff from NY state colleges. Tables are on both sides of the bar, although the area on the right is fairly small. It does, however, include a fireplace. There is a chalkboard above the bar with about 10 beers on it, each of which is a house beer. There is the regular line-up that can be found in bottles throughout NY (including UBU), along with a few other seasonal and specialties.

It was late evening when I walked in, and the place was fairly full. I grabbed one of a few seats at the bar and got a beer quickly. After about 10 minutes of sitting, the place became packed around me. All the tables were full, all the seats at the bar were full, a few people were standing, people were waiting for tables downstairs. Despite the crowd the bartender was attentive, and as friendly as she had time to be. The patrons around me were other tourists, but fairly friendly.

The beer is impressive. I have tried their entire standard line-up with good results, giving me the impression that this is a solid brewery. Tonight I got to try a few things that are not bottled and I really liked them. Twice-Bitten Barleywine is a great example of a hoppy barleywine.

For a late dinner I had the spicy buffalo fish and chips. It was standard fried fish and chips for about 9 bucks, which is fine. The beer was 3.50 or 4 a pint, which is also solid.

Overall the atmosphere was busy and lively, the prices were fair, and the beer was quite good. I would have stayed all night to try everything that is on-tap, but having gotten up around 3am to get here and ski all day, I didn't have a lot of desire to do anything except go to bed after finishing dinner and my last beer.

On my next visit I will spend a good chunk of my night here and try everything on-tap that is new to me. I will probably check out the downstairs also. If you're in Lake Placid and looking for a beer-related evening, this is the first place you should stop.

Photo of drseamus
3.75/5  rDev -5.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Unfortunately our waitress was new so our experience might have been different had she known the menu and the beers.

We thought it opened at 11 and they didn't actually open until noon. The doors were open but they wouldn't let us sit at a table until 12:00 on the nose. Whatever, not really a big deal but we had to wait in our cars because it was raining.

The food was good and we got served relatively quickly. Great pub food. My major complaint is the variety of beers. They only have 6 on tap, 4 of which are the regulars. I would have like to see a lot more variety.

I'd go back if I was in Lake Placid again because there isn't much else there, but it isn't a destination in and of itself.

Photo of ppoitras
3.75/5  rDev -5.8%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

A composite review of a few visits over the years:

Sports bar type place downstairs, picnic tables and booths, dark interior, that sort of thing. More apt to find locals down here. Upstairs reasonably large fishhook shaped bar, with lots of tables as well, and step outside for deck dining with great views.

Pub grub food, good for what it was. Chalkboard beer lineup, bottle/growler cooler by the door. Beers were somewhat hit or miss, nothing much earth-shattering, but some standouts like Ubu, Frostbite, etc.

If you get stuff to go, if they offer you a bag, be sure to check it for holes. A plastic shopping bag with two growlers in it ain't going to last long when it has a hole to start. Mine got lifted off the bar, with one growler promptly falling to the floor and fizzing foam out of the cap after rolling across the room. Was replaced gratis, but it was their fault. So be aware.

A nice place to hang out at for a few brews, and a scenic walk across town from the town's other brewpub. Check them both out, and make a day of it.

Photo of mgbickel
3.78/5  rDev -5%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Another lunch destination while on our Lake Placid trip. Sits back off the main drag, this rustic building fits in so nicely with the local landscape.

We started out by going downstairs only to find out that it was closed and the upstairs was the main dining/bar area. The inside is more sportsbar than brewpub. Lots of TVs and sports things hand from the walls. The "U" shaped bar is located in the center of the room with seats surrounding it.

The beer selection is rather good...pretty much every main style represented including a few beers the utilize local ingredients. The food goes right in line with the sports bar theme...burgers, sandwiches, wraps, etc.

The service was good...the place was really crowded for a weekday late lunch...but we were still served quickly.

All in all, a great little place...well worth checking out if you are in the area!

Photo of wailingwench
4.16/5  rDev +4.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5

Cheers: You can make 2 nights out of 1 trip; get wasted up, fall down the stairs, continue at the lower bar. The outdoor patio is the place to get some crisp ADK air while sucking down some cold ADK suds. Beautiful lake and mountain backrop. Chalet feel made me feel like I was in the Alps. All you can eat popcorn. The lower bar is for locals, the top for tourists. Go to the lower (but be careful), unless your life revolves @ your manicured lawn that you pay someone to do and you own 2 4-wheel drive SUV's and live on Merryweather lane. UBU ale is dangerous, along with the seasonal IPA, Frostbite. 46'er is kindof weak in comparison, but a true to style west coast APA. Far enough away from the strip. Way better than their overpriced competition.

Jeers: Again, another place that won't fill other breweries growlers. Perhaps the name Lake Placid Grolwer Emporium is more fitting? When I'm looking at the taps, don't keep telling me to look at the list, otherwise "you won't have any idea as to what is what." I heard you the first time, no need to repeat yourself. Perhaps I like to look at taps. Beware of the popcorn at the downstairs bar: stale and most likely crawling with pathogenic microbes that would love to ruin your day. The downstairs bar primarily serves as a meeting place for the locals to make fun of the out of towners. They need to find a new hobby. The UBU dog was staring at me when I was trying to take a dump. Lodge atmosphere could be bumped up a notch by having Frauleins serve the beer. 2 locals were spotted drinking Bud. One local swilling down a macro made fun of a patron who ordered the sampler. Drink a real beer, freak.

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4/5  rDev +0.5%

Photo of soju6
3.75/5  rDev -5.8%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Located just a short walk from the main drag in Lake Placid and is situated in an old church, sort of reminds me of a ski lodge. There is an Irish Pub on the main floor but did not check it out. I went upstairs to the main attraction. It has a nice patio that overlooks Mirror Lake.

They have 6 beers on tap, 4 standards & 2 seasonal. Bartender seemed to know the brews quite well. The food is standard pub grub and the service is pleasant and friendly. Atmosphere is laid back and relaxing.

Nice place to get away from the tourists or skiers depending on the season.

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3.5/5  rDev -12.1%

Photo of Stimack
4.6/5  rDev +15.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Was able to head over to the Lake Placid Pub and Brewery this past weekend as we where up for some hiking and to watch some of the Iron Man. Have been to the Pub and Brewery many times in the past as I have had friends who have lived in Lake Placid. In the past it has also been known as PJ’s, I believe. They have a nice deck area, but we decided t eat inside. Downstairs they have a nice bar area with an L shaped bar, dark and somewhat rustic in appearance. Upstairs it has that same rustic appearance but is much lighter in color as the walls look to be done up in pine. Fair amount of tables and a U shaped bar, also a fireplace in one of the walls. All I can say is that the service, food and the beer were all great. They had 6 beers on tap, they where UBU, FrostBite, 46’er, Moose Island, High Peaks Hefeweizen and a Wit. All that I had where very good, the Hefeweizen and FrostBite were exceptional. As I said the food was great, we had wings, jambalaya and a burger while there, we were a bit hungry after Cascade and Porter Mountains! If you’re in the area this place should be a definite stop if you have the time. Also can get growlers to go, but think they will only use their own.

Photo of madmanjf
4.08/5  rDev +2.5%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Took a detour off the Northway to Lake Placid to check out this place.

First .... it's a great little town, with a lot to see and do.

It's right in the village on the lake and walking distance to all the shopping.

All the beers were excellent. I was a little disappointed with the Hefeweizen though .... it was overly cloudly; almost muddy in appearance. Their other seasonal, an Amber, was quite good. I'm surprised it's a summer seasonal and not a regular offering.

The menu was nice .. I went with a burger (typical of me, and a great way to judge a kitchen). I wasn't disappointed at all.

Above I mention the Amber .... I'm mentioning it again relative to the service. The bar menu did not indicate if it was an Ale or a Lager, so I asked the cute girl bartending. I wasn't surprised when she didn't know .... and she didn't go ask someone else to find out for me.

I guess this is a gripe with me, not just here, but most places. The management finds it more important to put a pretty face behind the bar rather than a representative of the establishment. Don't get me wrong, I like a pretty face .... but train them in the products they are selling. Afterall, they are not there to just fill pint glasses and serve plates.

I wish Lake Placid wasn't so far out of the way. It makes this a bit time-consuming to get to, and I would ultimately like to return here again sometime. It may require an overnight stay as opposed to a quick detour off the northway though.

Final Note. With regards to their website, it has not been updated in quite some time. Their Plattsburgh brewery is not open to the public, and has not been for quite some time. I found this out the hard way after driving there enroute to Lake Placid.

Photo of etho1416
4.03/5  rDev +1.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

This place is fantastic. I visit lake placid quite often and I always make sure to stop in here for a pint. All their beers are good, but the Ubu and Stout are really good. The selection is good and changes quite often. They have a downstairs bar with pool and dartboards and this is where more of the locals flock to. The upstairs has a nice bar and limited space for dining, except in the summer when they open up the outdoor patio. They have growlers and great logo pint glasses for sale. They also bottle their beer and seem to be selling it far and wide. Lake Plaicd is a great down with some great beer.

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4.25/5  rDev +6.8%

Photo of sponberg
4.16/5  rDev +4.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4

Located about three blocks from the hockey arena, on the "other side" of Mirror Lake. Locals know it as "PJ's." Looks sort of like a cross between an Alpine lodge and a church from the outside. Limited parking in front, plenty of on-street parking in the area although finding a spot can be difficult during peak season.

Two levels - the downstairs is very rustic and dark, with an L shaped bar. The TV was tuned to the Weather Channel ("Look! It's 75 below on Mt. Washington!"), which I got a kick out of. The upstairs is very Adirondack Lodge - like, with wooden walls and plenty of tables around a U-shaped bar. Both areas have a warm, welcoming vibe, which was very much appreciated since the high temp that day was -3 degF. Six beers on tap, and the servers are very knowledgable about them. Bar service both upstairs and downstairs was fast and friendly. The centerpiece is the outstanding Ubu ale, a 7% garnet colored session beer of the first order. Scary drinkable. They also make an American IPA that will please hopheads, and the seasonal Frostbite Pale Ale was getting a few nods of approval from those I talked to. They only fill their growlers, and rather than fills do an exchange - hand them the empty, get another out of the ice cold case by the door, and pay your $6. Aside - $6 for a growler of Ubu Ale has got to be one of the best deals on the planet.

I did not have a chance to try the food this time, but my sister in law says that the food is generally very good. The portions looked pretty good from what I could see.

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4.5/5  rDev +13.1%

Photo of DWolf
3.93/5  rDev -1.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

The Lake Placid Pub and Brewery is a must stop for me every summer vacation. Each time, we are not disappointed. Side note: the beer at the Pub is MUCH BETTER than their bottlings. Before you say, "no duh", it's because LPB outsources their bottlings. They somewhat recently switched from a place in Plattsburgh to a place in Utica (Saranac). The difference is palatable and quite noticable. Saranac isn't doing this place any justice with the bottling operation. The beer at the pub is rock solid and delicious. The bottles, eh, not so much.

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3.75/5  rDev -5.8%

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Lake Placid Craft Brewing Company in Lake Placid, NY
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