Winter has finally arrived to the Capital District!

With temperatures as low as -15 in some areas this past weekend, we've selected a few brews that are sure to warm you up and help you embrace the frigid temperatures as the winter continues.

These are not your typical stouts and winter lagers. They are complex, warm and sweet, with toasted notes that pair perfectly with a hot fire and freezing temperatures if you're planning to stay in and keep cozy under a blanket.

Whether you try one or you try them all, we'd love to hear what you think! Tell us what you think in the comments.

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    Saranac S'more Porter

    Combining the flavors of a porter and campfire s'more, this beer is brewed with a blend of caramel, biscuit, brown, and roasted malts and is then aged with chocolate and vanilla. The result is a rich and decadent beer with the flavor of milk-chocolate, marshmallow, and toasty graham cracker. Just like the real thing.

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    Revival White Electric Coffee Stout

    A mix of malts -- Maris Otter from England, Chocolate, Crystal, Roasted Barley and Chocolate Wheat -- along with EKG hops and specially-roasted White Electric coffee from New Harvest roasters create a complex beverage with notes of bittersweet coffee and chocolate.

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    Boulevard Tell Tale Tart

    Tell Tale Tart is presented as “a slightly sour ale” that derives pleasant, refreshing lactic acidity from brewhouse souring, a process of lowering the pH during the brewing process. The brewhouse souring method results in a crisp, clean acidity that serves as a contrast to a soft, subtly sweet malt character contributed by our base pale malt and Munich malt.