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Phone: (212) 586-2707
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  • Long Trail
    Bridgewater Corners, Vermont

    A traditional IPA that is naturally carbonated, dry-hopped & unfiltered like the old days.

  • Lagunitas
    Lucky 13
    Petaluma, California

    An ultra-mega-mondo red ale first made in 2006 to celebrate 13 years of brewing ultra-hoppy-mega-malty-mondo ales. Now it’s 2013 and we’re 20 years in. Whoa.

  • Brooklyn
    Brooklyn, New York

    A fresh, crisp, and floral brew from the finest European two-row barley malts and German-grown Perle and Hallertauer hops.

  • North Coast
    Old No. 38 Stout
    Fort Bragg, California

    Named for a retired steam engine on the Skunk run through the California Redwoods, a smooth, firm-bodied stout with the toasted character and coffee notes of dark malts and roasted barley.

  • Kuka
    Ginger Mango IPA
    Blauvelt, New York

    An extremely refreshing session IPA offering bold mango sweetness in the aroma and spicy ginger mingling with bitter hop to calm your nerves and excite your senses.

  • Rushing Duck
    Bauli Saison
    Chester, New York

    A new take on an old style. Saison’s originated in the South of Belgium and are famous for the distinctive fruity, spicy notes given off from the yeast. They also tend to be lighter, effervescent, and quenching. Bauli Saison is all of that, but adds a unique twist. We’ve added White Peppercorns, Coriander, and Kaffir Lime Leaves to the beer to enhance the spice flavors naturally produced by the yeast as well as adding a distinct citrus flavor to make it a lighter beer on the palate but still providing tons of flavor.

  • Other Half
    Southern Hopalistic
    Brooklyn, New York

  • Other Half
    Stacks on Stacks Double IPA
    Brooklyn, New York

  • Anderson Valley
    Briny Melon Gose
    Boonville, California

    Briny Melon Gose boasts a thirst-quenching tartness that is perfectly balanced by subtle watermelon flavors and aromas.

  • Bantam
    Rojo Cider
    Somerville, Massachusetts

    Rojo is made from local heirloom and traditional New England apples. It is slowly fermented with a hearty ale yeast and then aged with sour cherries and black peppercorns. The result is a semi-dry cider. Rojo starts with a spicy fruity aroma and first taste that becomes slightly sour on the mid palate and finishes dry with a subtle cherry note.

  • Mystic
    Kone Kettle Sour
    CHelsea, Massachusetts

  • Finback
    Linear IPA
    Queens, New York

    Bitter and hoppy. Filled with Chinook and Columbus hops.

  • Other Half/Finback
    Lime Green Galaxies
    Brooklyn, New York

    Kölsch-style beer with galaxy and hallertau blanc hops and kafir lime leaves.

  • Troegs
    Nimble Giant DIPA
    Hershey, Pennsylvania

    Layers of Mosaic, Azacca, and Simcoe lend flavors of mango, grapefruit, honeysuckle, and pineapple.

  • Boulder
    Nothing Too Fancy Pale Ale
    Boulder, Colorado

    Inspired by the progressive rock band Umphrey’s McGee, we bring you Nothing Too Fancy pale ale, brewed at Colorado’s First Craft Brewery, Boulder Beer Company. Nothing Too Fancy is a sessionable, light-bodied pale ale brewed with pale barley malt and malted wheat for a soft mouthfeel. The unique Equinox hops provide aromas and flavors of fresh tropical fruits with a subtle peppery touch. Just over 5% ABV and 36 IBU, Nothing Too Fancy is your go-to everyday ale that goes down easy but runs deep. Brewed in collaboration with our friends at Rock Brothers and Cigar City Brewing.

  • Gun Hill
    Proclamation Pale Wheat Ale
    Bronx, New York

  • Threes
    Other Ephemera
    Brooklyn, New York

    Soft lime, Straw, White grape, Assiduous

  • Great Adirondack
    Snoskred Imperial IPA
    Lake Placid, New York

    Formerly Avalanche. Imperial IPA a massive amount of hops from around the world. Giving it a unique citrus, mango, and pineapple aroma and flavor. This beer is unfiltered. Norwegian for Avalanche.

  • Ommegang
    Fruition Wheat Ale
    Cooperstown, New York

    Wheat ale brewed with fruit juice.

  • New Belgium/ Hopworks
    Fat Sour Apple Ale
    Fort Collins, New York

    Our heroes at Hopworks Urban Brewery pedaled Fat Tire straight to the apple orchard. This slightly sour homage starts out with a snap of tartness, courtesy of Lactobacillus and apple juice, then gets balanced with Fat Tire-inspired malty sweetness and a slight herbal bitterness.

  • 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.

  • Abita
    Bourbon Street Series Chocolate Coffee Stout
    Covington, Louisiana

    Bourbon Street Stout is an Imperial Stout that is aged in small batch bourbon barrels. Our Imperial Stout is brewed with a combination of pale, caramel, chocolate and roasted malts.