1444 1st Ave. at 75th St. New York, NY 10036
Phone: (212) 288-0090
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Sat & Sun Noon - 4:00am
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  • Finback
    Double Sess Wit
    4.8
    Queens, New York

    A Wit beer filled with complex floral notes from ginger, chamomile and Szechuan peppercorns added to the end of the boil.

  • Bridge And Tunnel
    Tiger Eyes
    5.6
    Queens, New York

    Modeled after English browns, deep mahogany in color, and a strong malty backbone that accentuates a moderate hazelnut presence in the flavor profile.

  • Finback
    Barrel-Aged BQE Stout
    10.0
    Queens, New York

    A stay in Four Roses bourbon barrels gives this rich, roasty coffee chocolate stout an added depth of oak, whiskey, and hints of vanilla.

  • Threes
    Table Beer
    4.2
    Brooklyn, New York

    A refreshing, sessionable saison boasting notes of cracked wheat and mild citrus.

  • SingleCut
    Does Anybody Remember Laughter
    7.2
    Queens, New York

    A piney, bitter, dank IPA with tropical, fruity aromas; brewed with Equinox hops.

  • Hill Farmstead
    Shirley Mae
    3.8
    Greensboro Bend, Vermont

    Shirley Mae (1936 – 2015) was our cousin, daughter of Everett, and a beloved supporter of her family and Hill Farmstead. In her honor, this American session version of our Everett porter is crafted from American malted barley, English and German roasted malts, American hops, our ale yeast, and water from our well. Chocolate, coffee, and light malty sweetness, this ale embodies her ebullient and generous spirit—a fitting tribute.

  • Hill Farmstead
    Society & Solitude #5
    8.1
    Greensboro Bend, Vermont

    Our experimental Double IPA series continues. Imperial IPA. American and New Zealand hops. Think Grapefruit.

  • Jack's Abby
    Brewery Maker
    13.5
    Framingham, Massachusetts

    While we were building our new brewery we were aging this beer in bourbon barrels previously used for our Barrel-Aged Framinghammer Baltic Porter. Lengthy aging allows the 13.5% ABV beer to mellow and develop a deep molasses-like sweetness with port-like dark fruit flavors. This beer is a sipper- you’ve been warned!

  • Jack's Abby
    Excess IPL
    7.2
    Framingham, Massachusetts

    We’re celebrating hop-mania with our outrageously hoppy lager, Excess IPL. Various methods of hopping throughout the brewing and lagering process maximize the aromas. With bold hop aromatics and flavors, this India Pale Lager is packed to the brim with intense hop goodness.

  • Jack's Abby
    Maibock Hurts Like Helles
    6.5
    Framingham, Massachusetts

    True Story! Running a brewery can be “bock” breaking. It’s all worthwhile when you have the opportunity to share beer like this. Our Maibock/Helles Bock is deep golden in color with an intense malty almost grape like aroma and flavor. A light noble hop character balances the smooth sweet finish. A long lagering time makes this beer exceptionally drinkable for its strength. Don’t be fooled by its light color.

  • LIC Beer Project
    Dutch Kills Kolsch
    4.8
    Long Island City, New York

    This golden ale is brewed with a Kolsch yeast and has a gentle malt forward flavor. In the aroma there are hints of pear and floral notes from the German Hallertau Mittelfrüh hops. Very traditional in style, this beer was lagered to achieve a bright and clean finish.

  • Moustache
    Milk & Honey Brown Ale
    6.0
    Riverhead, New York

    Lactose (milk sugar) is a type of sugar that is not fermentable. It remains in the finished beer giving it a smooth silky mouthfeel, and a bit of sweetness and body. Honey on the other hand, when used in primary fermentation, ferments out completely, giving a drier character to the beer. In this beer they balance each other out, resulting in a pleasantly sweet beer with a clean finish.

  • LIC Beer Project
    Fat Cap Pale Ale
    5.5
    Queens, New York

    An American Pale aggressively hopped with late additions of Cascade, Comet, Chinook, and Columbus.

  • Jack's Abby
    Saxony Lager
    5.0
    Framingham, Massachusetts

    Decoction mash and the exclusive use of Vienna malt creates a traditional malty character. Light hopped with Bavarian hops and left unfiltered, yeilding a lightly fruity aroma.

  • LIC Beer Project
    Primrose Hoppy Farmhouse Ale
    6.0
    Queen, New York

    Hoppy farmhouse ale

  • Descendant
    Succession
    5.9
    Queens, New York

    Unfiltered - Blend of 6 different apple varieties fermented w/ a blend unfiltered apple juice.

  • Rockaway Brewing Co.
    Denalito
    4.5
    Queens, New York

  • Singlecut
    Strange shadows from the flames
    7.2
    Queens, New York

    AN AMERICAN STOUT, brewed with NYS Cherrywood smoked malt, and infused with Oregon honey – Ain’t nuthin’ strange ’bout that

  • Transmitter
    F3 Brett Farmhouse ale
    5.0
    Queens, New York

    Farmhouse saison with wild yeast

  • Singlecut
    19-33
    5.4
    Queens, New York

    Our flagship lager, a mash-up of German and Czech styles hopped generously with traditional bavarian varietals.

  • Hebrew
    Hop Manna IPA
    6.8
    Saratoga Springs, New York

    The brewery\'s first single-hopped IPA bearing floral and citrus goodness to all wandering the vast Macro Beer Desert.

  • Jack\'s Abby
    Mass Rising
    8.0
    Framingham, New York

    Two years into our brewery and we\'re fueling the fires surrounding extremely hoppy beers. In celebration of our anniversary and in support of our fans, we’re brewing this extra hoppy Double IPL. Together, we have taken a journey to redefine the term \'lager.\' Prost!