1444 1st Ave. at 75th St. New York, NY 10036
Phone: (212) 288-0090
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  • Avery
    Hog Heaven
    Boulder, Colorado

    A dangerously drinkable garnet beauty with an intense dry-hop nose perfectly balanced with the alcohol content for a caramel candy-like malt backbone.

  • Avery
    Boulder, Colorado

    Amazingly complex, coal black, and velvety, this demon has notes of anise and chocolate covered cherries, along with rum-soaked fruit and an espresso finish.

  • Founders
    Breakfast Stout
    Grand Rapids, Michigan

    Brewed with an abundance of flaked oats, bitter and sweetened imported chocolates, Sumatra and Kona coffee- it\'s an eye-opener.

  • Peekskill
    Simple Sour
    Peekskill, New York

    Brewed with wheat, corn, and young brettanomyces, this sour is quick, dry, and refreshing.

  • 1911
    Original Hard Cider
    Lafayette, New York

    A unique fermentation process creates a clean cider that has a subtle hint of fresh apples with citrus overtones.

  • Port City
    Tidings Ale
    Alexandria , Virginia

    A strong Belgian-style blond ale brewed with local wildflower honey and wheat and spiced with coriander, cardamom, fresh ginger and grains of paradise.

  • Other Half
    In Absentia Luci
    Brooklyn, New York

    mperial Stout packed with dark chocolate, dark fruit, and roast notes.

  • Industrial Arts
    Tools of the Trade
    West Haverstraw, New York

    Extra Pale Ale from all-new Industrial Arts!

  • Industrial Arts
    Power Tools
    Garnerville, New York

  • Urban Chestnut
    Stammtisch Pilsner
    St. Louis, Missouri

    Stammtisch is an informal group meeting held on a regular basis – more directly translating to ‘table for regulars’. Our Stammtisch was brewed to celebrate this idea of community and socializing. It’s a traditional German pilsner featuring a blend of Hallertau and Strisselspalt hops, and we think it’s the perfect accompaniment to any friendly gathering. Help us make it a ‘regular’ around here!

  • Moustache
    Black Currant Porter
    Riverhead, New York

    American porter made with black currant.

  • Maui
    Haleakala SunRyes
    Kihei, Hawaii

    An India Pale Ale brewed with a generous amount of rye malt, this beer pours a deep orange, ruby red color reminiscent of the world famous Haleakala Crater sunrises it was inspired by. Medium bodied with a strong spicy, herbal character from both the use of rye malt and Chinook and Zythos hops. Rounded out with a touch of caramel sweetness and a pleasant bitter finish

  • Smuttynose
    Peach Short Weisse
    Hampton, New Hampshire

    Peach Short Weisse is the second entry in Smuttynose’s canned Short Weisse series in August, 2016.

  • Industrial Arts
    State of the Art #54
    Garnerville, New York

    Aroma: Sweet orange aroma, cotton candy, pear, pine resin. Sl. Earthy/spicy, sl. bell pepper. Taste follows with resinous orange, spicy hop notes.

  • Cigar City
    Cubano Espresso
    Tampa, Florida

    Our Maduro Brown Ale aged on whole beans from Naviera Coffee Mills #3 Espresso blend with chicory.

  • Almanac
    Farmers Reserve Blueberry
    San Francisco, California

    The resulting beer is infused with a delicate blueberry essence, a reminder of far off summer days.

  • Industrial Arts
    Night School Dark Lager
    West Haverstraw, New York

    A hoppy black lager with indescribable depths of complexity

  • Hill Farmstead / Tired Hands
    Karma Emulsion Pale Ale
    Greensboro Bend, Vermont

    A crisp American pale ale brewed in collaboration with our friends from Tired Hands—think HopHands meets Edward.

  • Troegs
    Trogenator Doppelbock
    Hershey, Pennsylvania

    Known to monastic brewers as \"liquid bread\", a double bock with a strong malt aroma and chewy rich body.

  • Bear Republic
    Racer X DIPA
    Healdsburg, California

    An uncommon Double India Pale Ale which puts a California twist on English brewing traditions by adding an assertive hop aroma and bitterness that compliments the firm malt backbone.

  • Heavy Seas
    Powder Monkey Pale Ale
    Baltimore, Maryland

    Well balanced with a distinct bitterness and a slight malt sweetness; an English-style pale ale dry-hopped with East Kent Golding hops.