Potsdam’s Best Craft Beer And Hard Cider

As if you needed more reason to love the Potsdam Food Co-op, here it is: we have recently added hard cider and craft beer to our regional selections!

The craft beer and hard cider movement have invaded the food scene in a way we can’t believe. Like a great wine or tasty cheese, hard cider and craft beer offer a delicious combination of flavor, ingredients, and serving sizes. Now you’ll find more variety and more options than ever at the Potsdam Food Co-op when it comes to alcoholic beverages.

But how do you know which brews to try? We know selecting the perfect beer can be difficult. The best way to know what’s good is to try it for yourself. We recommend starting with brews that the staff has already selected for you through staff picks. You can also look to shelf-talkers and the following list to determine some of the best craft beer and hard cider you can find in Potsdam, New York.

Which Hard Cider Or Craft Beer Is Right For You?

In summary, we are so excited to bring you the best regional craft beer and hard cider that we’ve ever offered. The variety and quality of these ciders and beers make our selection unlike anything else offered in Potsdam, and there are plenty of new, seasonal, and one-off brews that we’re sure will become favorite go-to’s.

We’ll always have something new for you to try. Stop by for a tour. Or, if you’re ready to fill your fridge, grab a six-pack or a case of your favorites.

What About Brewing Beer At Home?

It’s true, home brewing beer is a fun and educational hobby that anyone can do on a small scale. However, for anyone who’s tried it, you know that the process can be a tedious, difficult, and sometimes expensive undertaking. If you’d like to attempt making your own brews at home instead, check out our selection of fermentation supplies. Visit Beer Recipes for help with homebrewing!

Regional Craft Beer Store Near Me

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  • Butternuts Beer & Ale Porkslap Pale Ale
  • Butternuts Beer & Ale Moo Thunder Stout
  • Common Roots Revel Revel New England IPA
  • Common Roots Double Fortune Imperial IPA
  • Kaneb Orchards St. Lawrence Hard Apple Cider
  • Kaneb Orchards Cranberry Crisp Hard Apple Cider
  • Ommegang Brewery Rare Vos
  • Ommegang Brewery Three Philosophers
  • Ommegang Brewery Witte Wheat Ale
  • Raquette River Brewing Chocolate Raspberry Stout
  • Raquette River Brewing Sweet Heat Blueberry Wheat
  • Raquette River Brewing Toasted Coconut Cream Ale
  • Raquette River Brewing Woodwalker New England IPA
  • Raquette River Brewing Maple Cream Porter
  • Skewed Brewing Lighthouse Lager
  • Skewed Brewing Peach Milkshake Hard Seltzer

Visit BeerAdvocate.com to see how your favorite brews stack up!

What Is Considered A Craft Beer?

Craft Beer is traditionally made by small, independent breweries.

What’s The Difference Between Popular Craft Beer And Regular Beer?

The main difference is that regular beer is brewed in mass quantities and is often watered down to decrease brewing costs.

What Is Special About The Craft Beer Market?

Ask any beer drinker and they’ll tell you that there is nothing quite like a good craft brew. The flavors tend to be richer and more unique than those on the mass market.

What Is A Craft Beer Vs IPA?

The main difference is that India Pale Ales are hoppy brews that tend to have higher alcohol content.

What Is The Difference Between An Ale And A Lager?

Lagers are brewed in a cold scenario where the yeast remains at the bottom. In contrast, Ales are brewed in a warmer situation and the yeast floats to the top.

What Does Beer Come In A Dark Bottle?

Beer is stored in dark containers because air, light, and heat are the enemies.

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