1444 1st Ave. at 75th St. New York, NY 10036
Phone: (212) 288-0090
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  • Stone
    Smoked Porter
    5.9
    Escondido, California

    This captivatingly deep mahogany brew incorporates peat-smoked specialty malt and is rich, full-bodied, and robust.

  • Victory
    Helios Ale
    7.5
    Downingtown, Pennsylvania

    Heady with an earthy, aromatic start, this Saison slides into flavors of honey and tart fruit, leaving a refreshing citrus and pepper dryness.

  • Allagash
    Interlude
    9.3
    Portland, Maine

    A wild yeast strain and French oak aging contribute to the intriguing myriad of flavors of this unique Belgian-style ale.

  • Founders
    Double Trouble
    9.4
    Grand Rapids, Michigan

    Brewed to turn your world upside down, with pungent aromatics and hops that have you coming and going.

  • Smuttynose
    Gravitation Quad 2015
    12.3
    Portsmouth, New Hampshire

    This well-aged russet-colored beauty offers up a viscous mix of dark fruit, rum, toffee and raisins balanced with aromatic fruitiness from Belgian yeast.

  • Avery
    Joe's Premium American Pilsner
    4.7
    Boulder, Colorado

    Hopped with purpose, this pour is beautifully bitter and dry with an abundance of floral, noble German hops.

  • Barrier
    Beech Street Wheat
    5.1
    Oceanside, New York

    Belgian yeast contributes unique notes of clove and bubblegum while crushed coriander and fresh-squeezed orange juice offers citrus and fruity spice.

  • Ballast Point
    Sea Monster
    10.0
    San Diego, California

    A monstrous oatmeal stout with hints of bittersweet chocolate and currant flavors all brought together by a perfect hop balance.

  • Victory
    Helles Lager
    4.8
    Downington, Pennsylvania

    Perfectly balanced, this authentic German-style Helles Lager will bring you back to a time when all beer tasted this good.

  • Green Flash
    Green Bullet Triple IPA
    10.1
    San Diego, California

    Brewed in honor of their 9th Anniversary this full bodied ale uses New Zealand hops for a mix of pine, citrus, and tropical fruit flavors.

  • Downeast
    Original Blend
    5.1
    Boston, Massachusetts

    Inspired by farm-fresh ciders enjoyed around New England in autumn, made from local apples for a full-bodied flavor and smooth finish.

  • Troegs
    Hop Knife Harvest Ale
    6.2
    Hershey, Pennsylvania

    Packed full of fresh hoppy flavor from Cascade, Chinook and El Dorado hops in the boil and Centennial, Citra and Columbus dry hops.

  • Newburgh
    Checkpoint Charlie
    3.0
    Newburgh, New York

    A true to style Berliner Weiss; very light in body, wonderfully tart in the finish, and refreshingly sessionable.

  • Westbrook
    4th Anniversary Imperial Stout
    10.0
    Mount Pleasant , South Carolina

    A smooth, black strong ale aged on toasted coconut, roasted almonds, and vanilla beans.

  • Threes
    Unreliable Narrator
    7.5
    Brooklyn, New York

    A moderately bitter IPA with fruity notes of stone fruit and mango.

  • Smuttynose
    Hayseed
    3.8
    Portsmouth, New Hampshire

    A delicious, sessionable farmhouse ale, also known as a grisette. Light-bodied, yet flavorful, like liquid sunshine.

  • Ithaca
    Sascotch
    8.3
    Ithaca, New York

    Inspired by the earthy beauty of Ithaca\'s Cayuga Highlands, this Scotch Ale is big and hearty, nutty and toasty. Aged on oak and with a hint of smoke, spicy rye, and blended rich caramel notes, it\'s smooth, balanced, and complex, with mild sweetness, and a warm mouthfeel.

  • Black Hog
    Granola Brown Ale
    5.5
    Oxford, Connecticut

    Brown ale brewed with a granola mix of oatmeal, grains, hops and roasted malts

  • Saranac
    Silk Road Gose
    4.3
    Utica, New York

    Exotic flavors of grapefruit peel, pink peppercorn and kosher salt give a citrusy, tart flavor with a slight spiciness. Refreshing and salty.

  • Stone
    Imperial Mutt Brown Ale
    9.0
    Escondido, California

    Stone brewers Drew Neldon and Steve Via won this year’s annual in-house Stone Spotlight Series brewing competition with this hefty brown ale—an impressive result considering that one of them had never encountered a brown ale he liked before tasting this one. Given layers of flavor from Vienna, Victory and Chocolate Wheat Malts, and warming, refined sweetness from Honey Malt and turbinado sugar, it’s a rich and soothing beer brewed with respect to traditional English methods and New World innovation. The British-American bulldog of the craft beer world? Perhaps. Best in Show? Absolutely.

  • Brooklyn
    Intensified Coffee Porter
    11.8
    Brooklyn, New York

    A big, chocolatey ale aged for months in Kentucky bourbon barrels, made from Finca El Manzano Single Origin Coffee beans and Blue Bottle Coffee. Complex notes of dark chocolate, vanilla, oak, berries, and dried fruit.