New York, New York
Subtle hints of toast and oak round out this dangerously smooth, caramelly treat.
Blackberry Pear Cider
Refreshingly adult, with an authentic blackberry dark fruit taste and a sweet-sharp fresh tang.
Oceanside, New York
Super dry with only the faintest hint of sweetness dominated by Northern Brewer and Sterling hops; clear, crisp, and refreshing!
Ground Break Saison
Ithaca, New York
Brewed with generous amounts of Amarillo, Crystal, and Glacier hops as well as flaked rye and fermented with a blend of Belgian and American yeasts.
Queens, New York
A traditionally crafted English Pale Ale with slight citrus and earthy hoppiness and low carbonation for added authenticity.
Schooner Pale Ale
Port Jefferson, New York
Our Schooner Ale is an English Pale Ale with an American twist. Aptly named after the many wooden sailing vessels made in Port Jefferson it is continuously hopped creating extended bitterness and lasting aromas. Its light citrus flavor makes this pale ale a great session beer for hop lovers. Aged to please with a light malt finish, you’ll set sail with our Schooner Ale.
Unleashes a huge hop flavor and aroma with over two pounds of hops per barrel, a hazy, bold IPA that’s Unfiltered. Unexpected. Unapologetic. Uncompromised.
Lager of the Lakes
As refreshingly crisp as a morning swim in a Great Lake, this brew is crafted with Pils and Munich malts. The pronounced hop character of this golden lager sparks thoughts of sandy beaches and rocky islands.
Henry's Farm Dopplebock
A strong malt presence along with hints of fruit. A touch of tartness and the bittering effect from the hops balances out this otherwise slightly sweet brew.
Lake George, New York
Brewed as a light blonde ale then soured with brett in oak barrels for 6 months fir a nice, light body & tart flavor.
Boston Irish Stout
HARPOON, BOSTON IRISH STOUT- Boston, MA 4.3
A roasty nitro stout with elements of charcoal and dark chocolate.
Horse Tongue Wheat
American Wild Ale
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