637 10th Ave. at 45th St. New York, NY 10036
Phone: (212) 586-2707
Hours: Mon - Fri 3:00pm - 4:00am
Sat & Sun Noon - 4:00am
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  • Hill Farmstead
    Edward
    5.2
    Greensboro Bend, Vermont

    Aromatic and flowery, with impressions of citrus and pine, and ale yeast and water from grandfather Edward\'s well.

  • Sierra Nevada
    Kellerweis
    4.8
    Chico, California

    This hazy gold pour is one of the only American Hefeweizens made using the traditional Bavarian style of open fermentation yielding uncommon depth and flavor complexity.

  • Founders
    Breakfast Stout
    8.3
    Grand Rapids, Michigan

    Brewed with an abundance of flaked oats, bitter and sweetened imported chocolates, Sumatra and Kona coffee- it\'s an eye-opener.

  • Upstate
    Common Sense
    5.3
    Elmira, New York

    This pre-Prohibition style Kentucky Common Ale is dark, yet refreshing, with a mild hoppy finish.

  • Sierra Nevada
    Nooner
    5.2
    Chico, California

    A mid-day go-to, this brilliant golden Pilsner is easy drinking yet packed with the big flavor of spicy and floral whole cone hops.

  • Upstate
    Wet Hop Fire Pit Pale Ale
    5.2
    Elmira, New York

    A beautiful reddish brown, this beer is brewed to showcase the fresh local New York state hops. The 2013 version of our delicious pale ale is wet hopped with freshly harvested Centennial and Willamette hops grown in Tompkins County exclusively for Upstate Brewing.

  • Upstate
    Aussie IPA
    6.7
    Elmira, New York

    Brewed with all Australian hops: Ella, Enigma and Vic Secret

  • Upstate
    Common Sense Ale
    5.3
    Elmira, New York

    This beer is a revival of a beer style that prior to prohibition was one of the most popular beers in America: Kentucky Common ale. It has a dark color with a decent hint of hops (22 IBUs), but with a light, easy drinking and flavorful taste. Many people today mistakenly think that the style is supposed to have a sour taste; but our research led us to the over 100 year old “??American Handy Book of the Brewing, Malting & Auxiliary Trades??” (see page 818) which makes no mention of it having a sour quality or using a sour mash to brew it. Instead it was just a dark, refreshing, and easy drinking brew that the working class people of the time loved to drink fresh after a 16 hour day in the mills. It is a great resurrected dark yet light beer for all modern beer lovers!

  • Upstate
    Honey Porter
    6.2
    Elmira, New York

    Brewed with 25 pounds of fresh local honey per 7bbl batch. Available as a winter seasonal offering only at this time.

  • Upstate
    XPA
    4.9
    Elmira, New York

    Our newest beer is an extra pale, extra hoppy pale ale. This extra pale ale is less malty than a traditional pale ale, to allow the citrusy goodness of the hops to shine through. Field with grapefruit and orange aroma, and juicy flavor.

  • Peekskill
    Moscow On The Hudson
    8.0
    Peekskill, New York

    Atlantic-style Porter brewed with traditional European malts, hops and lager yeast with extended layering. Notes of licorice, coffee, smoke and dry grain.

  • Upstate
    Black IPA
    6.5
    Elmira, New York

  • Other Half/Half Acre
    Fully Frothed DIPA
    8.3
    Brooklyn, New York

    This sequel to Rainbow Never Ends is a full hop assault with Simcoe, Mosaic, El Dorado, Equinox, and Simcoe lupulin powder.

  • Common Roots
    Last Light IPA
    6.8
    South Glen Falls, New York

    American Style IPA with flavors and aromas of grapefruit and melon

  • Trinity
    One Ear Naked Saison
    6.5
    Colorado Springs, Colorado

    A Free-Rise fermentation develops a light fruit and pepper, while the assertive hoping profile creates a dry finish.

  • Schlafly
    Hard Apple Cider
    7.2
    Maplewood, Missouri

    Just the right balance of dry, crisp apple flavour with a bit of sweetness in the finish. Akin to Champagne and not as sweet as some of the ciders on the market today.

  • Schlafly
    Christmas Ale
    8.0
    Maplewood, Missouri

    Our Christmas Ale is a warming winter ale that blends the spices of the season with sweet caramel malt. Orange peel, juniper berries, ginger root, & cardamom.

  • Upstate
    SMaSH #3
    5.8
    Elmira, New York

    A low IBU ale featuring only Maris Otter malt and Simcoe hops. Easy drinking and flavorful.

  • Upstate
    Fall IPA
    6.3
    Elmira, New York

    Hazy IPA featuring Calypso and Citra hops. Smooth with prominent green apple, pear and citrus notes

  • Upstate
    Loso Lacto
    3.4
    Elmira, New York

    Dry hopped sour.

  • Gun Hill
    Void of Light Stout
    8.1
    Bronx, New York

    All light vanishes here. The pitch-black color and cocoa-espresso aroma and flavor are derived from roasted barley while the complexity is enhanced by the strength of this foreign-style stout. 2014 GABF Gold medal.

  • SingleCut
    40 Things We Share
    8.0
    Queens, New York

    This IIPA using hops from the PNW, Southern Hemisphere is dedicated to Gord Downie. The profits of this beer are being donated to brain cancer research.

  • Singlecut
    Mo\' Shuggie Soulbender IPA
    7.2
    Astoria, New York

    We took the righteousness of our Shuggie and big upped the NZ hops, the malt, just plain everything.