1444 1st Ave. at 75th St. New York, NY 10036
Phone: (212) 288-0090
Hours: Mon - Fri 3:00pm - 4:00am
Sat & Sun Noon - 4:00am
On Tap Now (In Real Time) as of 5:00 PM
  • Brooklyn
    Brown Ale
    5.5
    Brooklyn, New York

    A blend of six malts, some of them roasted, give this beer its deep russet brown color and smooth, fruity and malty flavor.

  • Shipyard
    Summer Ale
    4.8
    Portland, Maine

    A clean and cool golden wheat pour with mellow malted flavor and mild hops. The perfect summer taste sensation.

  • Oskar Blues
    Ten FIDY Imperial Stout
    10.5
    Brevard, North Carolina

    This titanic, immensely viscous stout is loaded with inimitable flavors of chocolate-covered caramel and coffee and hide a hefty 98 IBUs underneath the smooth blanket of malt.

  • Sierra Nevada
    FOAM Pilsner
    5.6
    Chico, California

    “I’m looking through, And it all would be, So crystal clear, If it wasn’t for the foam.”

  • 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.

  • Bell's
    Quinannan Falls Lager
    6.4
    Kalamazoo, Michigan

    A dry-hopped lager that possesses a crisp, dry bitterness you would expect from a German pilsner, but the use of highly aromatic Simcoe hops from the Pacific Northwest, evoke the fragrant pine forests that inspired this beer.

  • LIC Beer Project
    Gal Friday
    4.0
    Long Island City, New York

    A faint toasted note and silky palate from the addition of flaked oats leads into a light bodied beer that finishes dry, tart, and quenching.

  • Reverend Nat's
    Revival Cider
    6.0
    Portland, Oregon

    Revival starts with a secret blend of Washington-grown apples and add piloncillo, dark brown evaporated cane juice, purchased direct from Michoacan, Mexico. This dark base is fermented all the way to dry using two exotic yeast strains: a beer yeast known for the round mouthfeel in Saisons and a rarely-used secret culture which produces aromas of pineapple, guava and peaches. This cider is brilliantly golden in color and deeply complex while remaining subtly familiar, with just the right amount of sweetness and acidity to be an everyday beverage.

  • Gun Hill
    Citra Sour Soft Serve Berliner Weisse
    3.6
    Bronx, New York

    Kettle Sour Dry hopped with Citra.

  • Transmitter
    L1 Pilsner
    5.1
    LIC, New York

    German-style Pilsner.

  • Greenport Harbor
    OG Fine Detail Pale Ale
    4.8
    Greenport, New York

  • Grimm
    Sumi Cacao
    10.2
    Brooklyn, New York

    Imperial Stout brewed with vanilla and cacao.

  • Brooklyn Brewery
    Kiwi's Playhouse
    8.1
    Brooklyn, New York

    Zesty sour ale oak-aged on fresh kiwi fruit.

  • Industrial Arts / CIA
    Zesty Enterprise Saison
    5.7
    Garnerville, New York

    Collaboration with Culinary Arts Institute. Saison brewed with Meyer lemon zest, pink peppercorns and rose hips.

  • Interboro/LIC Beer Project
    The Bridge
    6.3
    Brooklyn, New York

    Brewed in collaboration with our queens neighbors and good friends at LIC Beer Project - ‘cause what goes better with a bridge demolition than a super crushable 6% IPA? Brewed with Nugget, Cascade and Citra, double dry hopped with both Citra and Cascade lupulin dust. Light bodied and dry, clean, slightly bitter finish highlights the tangy citrusy aromas and flavors.

  • Sierra Nevada
    Beer Camp #187 Big Tray IPA
    6.2
    Chico, California

    What do you get when you add a big tray of sticky, resinous hops into an IPA? You get a delicious and decidedly drinkable take on the style.

  • Other Half
    DDH Forever Simcoe
    8.5
    Brooklyn, New York

    Double Dry Hopped Forever Simcoe Imperial IPA takes the regular Forever Simcoe and hits it with a second dry hopping with Simcoe Lupulin Powder.