Adirondack Pub & Brewery Comes Out of Hibernation and Into the Community

For 19 years the Adirondack Pub & Brewery has not only been a strong voice for business and the craft beer resurgence that has happened in NY, and across the country, but they have also been an advocate and active participation in the community. This stems from a company culture that has been built by founder and head brewery, John Carr.

“We want to employ those that care not only about making sure we make high quality beer, food, spirits, etc., but we want them to also take pride in where they live,” said John Carr. “The Lake George region regularly ranks as one of the top places to live in the country, so why wouldn’t we want to make sure it stays that way?”

To highlight this, throughout the month of April, and going into May, the brewery is headed out into the community to help out. This includes cleaning the Veterans Memorial off of exit 21 of the Northway, donating food and staff time to the Lake George Community Dinner on April 18th, holding a Yappy Hour at the pub to benefit Woofs for Warriors on the 29th, and then holding their annual customer appreciation event, Coming Out of HiBEERnation, on May 9th. At this event the pub & brewery will have complimentary food from their food truck, oversized games, chair massages, and drink specials to thank those that have supported the pub throughout the long winter.

“I’m proud to have a team of committed community individuals working for the company. I know that many of them already go out of their way to donate time to different organizations throughout the region, and that’s the spirit that makes where we live, work, and play so special.”

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