Seasonal and Specialty Offerings
- Xtra Gold (10.0% ABV) A strong golden ale in the Belgian Abbey Tripel style, but flavored with American hop varieties including Amarillo.
- Golden Delicious (10.0%+ ABV) An American Tripel aged in oak apple brandy barrels.
- Imperial Smoked Porter (12.0% ABV) A Strong Porter made with German smoked malt.
- Smoke from the Oak (ABV not listed) A strong Smoked Porter that has been released in several different barrel-aged versions.
- Nor'easter Winter Warmer (11.0% ABV) A strong dark ale in the Belgian tradition, flavored with elderberries.
- St. Vincent's Dubbel (8.0% ABV) A richly-flavored malty brown ale in the Belgian Abbey Dubbel style.
- Cuvée De Castleton (8.0% ABV) An American "Wild Ale" fermented with Muscat grapes and Brettanomyces.
- Rosso e Marrone (ABV not listed) An American Sour Ale fermented with grapes and aged in oak barrels. "Rosso e Marrone" is Italian for "Red and Brown". BeerAdvocate lists this beer as a Flanders Oud Bruin.
- Birra DeCicco (6.0% ABV) Described on the label as a "Malt Beverage Brewed with Chestnut Honey and Jam". This limited release was a collaboration with DeCicco Food Market, a grocery in Ardsley, New York that has an extensive selection of craft and microbrew beers.
- Pumpkin Ale (5.5% ABV) An Amber Ale brewed with pumpkin and pumpkin spices.
- Espresso Stout A Stout Brewed with espresso coffee.
- Five Years Later (10.0% ABV) Brewed to celebrate the brewery's fifth anniversary, a strong almost black ale brewed with five varieties of malt and five different hops.
- Winter Rye (5.0% ABV) A onetime beer brewed using organic rye and crystal malt from Valley Malting Co in Massachusetts. Brewed with a German yeast strain and lightly dry hopped with US Goldings.
- Katchkie Harvest Ale A collaboration between Captain Lawrence Brewery, Executive Chef Robb Garceau of Great Performances and Katchkie Farm. It is Captain Lawrence Brewery's first Farm-to-Table beer offering.
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“... to a specialist his specialty is the whole of everything and if his specialty is in good order and it generally is then everything must be succeeding.”
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