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
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  • Avery
    Ellie's Brown
    5.5
    Boulder, Colorado

    Deep russet in color, an American brown ale in style, with hints of vanilla and nuts, and a brown sugar maltiness.

  • Empire
    Black Magic Stout
    4.8
    Syracuse, New York

    A traditional dry Irish stout, nitrogen poured for a creamy tan head over a luscious black body, hints of coffee and chocolate.

  • Smuttynose
    Wheat Wine
    10.5
    Portsmouth, New Hampshire

    Combines the rich, voluptuous taste of a traditional barleywine with the subtle, tart flavors of an American wheat ale, topped off with a healthy dose of hops.

  • Harpoon
    Cider
    4.8
    Boston, Massachusetts

    Locally grown apples, and Harpoons own yeast gives this cider a crisp and fruity flavor profile.

  • Baxter
    Summer Swelter
    4.7
    Lewiston, Maine

    An unfiltered hoppy wheat ale brewed with lemon and lime peel, Kaffir lime leaves, and lemongrass for a subtle yet unmistakable floral nose and just a touch of bracing tartness.

  • Otter Creek
    Steam Pipe California Common Lager
    6.0
    Middlebury, Vermont

    A day trippin\' easy sippin\' Cali-style common lager. We burned the rulebooks and when the smoke cleared we created this counter-culture interpretation of a California-Style Common that\'s dosed with juicy hop flavors.

  • Urban Chestnut
    Schnickelfritz
    4.8
    St. Louis , Missouri

    The unmistakable characteristics of this Bavarian Weissbier are achieved with a yeast that is decidedly fruity and phenolic. You may note clove, nutmeg or even vanilla and/or banana-like aromas and flavors.

  • Bell's
    Oracle Double IPA
    10.0
    Kalamazoo, Michigan

  • Woodchuck
    Day Chaser Cider
    5.5
    Middlebury, Vermont

    This sessionable semi-dry cider celebrates those adventure seekers that never let a minute slip by.

  • Sixpoint
    Puff DIPA
    9.8
    Brooklyn, New York

    If you love Resin, try tasting it straight from the tanks. That’s Puff – a hazy, unfiltered pour straight from the tanks, with an extra dose of dry hops.

  • Black Hog
    THC Citra Pale Ale
    5.5
    Oxford, Connecticut

    Single hop American pale ale from The Hop Collective series. Citrus and pine flavors.

  • Hill Farmstead
    Mary Pilsner
    4.8
    Greensboro Bend, Vermont

    A German-style pilsner brewed with our well water, German pilsner malt, our favorite German hops, and classic German lager yeast.

  • Other Half
    Always Bet On Green
    8.5
    Brooklyn, New York

    Imperial india pale ale with Amarillo and Segal Hop Ranch High Oil Cascades.

  • Peak Organic
    Crush IPA
    7.0
    Portland, Maine

    Crush IPA takes the citrus characteristics of Peak IPA and elevates them with a subtle addition of organic blood orange peel. The juicy citrus aroma really pops, and the brisk body of the beer is accented with notes of bright ripened fruit.

  • Hill Farmstead
    Society & Solitude #4
    8.3
    Greensboro Bend, Vermont

    Our experimental Double IPA experience continues. Hybrid Imperial IPA... Think Double Citra Meets Double Galaxy.

  • Greenport Harbor
    Fork and Beans
    6.3
    Greenport, New York

    A total of 10 different malts come together in Fork and Beans, painting the palate with waves of cocoa, roast, caramelized sugars and hearty toast. It\'s medium- to full-bodied, with a velvety mouthfeel. The coffee adds a dominant roasted-bean flavor and vanilla notes on the backend.

  • Urban Chestnut
    Cuvee de Peche
    6.5
    St. Louis, Missouri

    This sour treat was a blended (cuvée) of peach lambic and geuze that had aged in wood barrels for 5 months. With a base of German pilsner malt and local raw wheat we added over 500 lbs of peaches from Hermans Farm Orchard (St. Charles) and aged hops for a secondary fermentation.

  • Urban Chestnut
    Oachkatzlschwoaf
    6.5
    St. Louis, Missouri

    The beer is a classic Maerzen – malty yet well balanced. A touch stronger and just a hint darker in color compared to what is being served at Oktoberfest in Munich. Our fest bier has a tale and tail of its own. The name for this traditional Oktoberfest beer is Bavarian in origin and translates as “tail of a squirrel”.

  • Von Trapp
    Golden Helles Lager
    4.9
    Stowe, Vermont

    Our lightest offering, “Helles” is German for “bright.” It is golden in color, and is a crisp, easy drinking beer for all occasions, a true session lager. The spicy hop characters are a bit more subdued and in balance with hops. It is our only lager that is filtered.

  • Industrial Arts
    Tools of the Trade
    4.9
    West Haverstraw, New York

    Extra Pale Ale from all-new Industrial Arts!

  • Sly Fox
    Chester County Bitter
    4.5
    Phoenixville, Pennsylvania

    This traditional British ale is authentic cask conditioned beer with a smooth malt profile balanced by a subtle hop presence.

  • Captain Lawrence
    Clearwater Kölsch w/ Hallertau Hops
    4.9
    Elmsford, New York

    Low in bitterness but packed full of malty rich flavors w/a touch of citrus for a clean & smooth ale. With Hallertau hops.