637 10th Ave. at 45th St. New York, NY 10036
Phone: (212) 586-2707
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  • Allagash
    White Ale
    5.2
    Portland, Maine

    A Belgian style white ale brewed with wheat, coriander, and Curacao orange peel;fruity, refreshing and slightly cloudy in appearance.

  • Gritty McDuff's
    Best Brown
    4.1
    Portland, Maine

    A dark red-amber pour with nutty and roasted malt accents, and a hint of a floral finish at the end.

  • Shipyard
    Blue Fin Stout
    4.7
    Portland, Maine

    This classic Irish stout is full-bodied, yet soft, creamy, and full of roasty coffee and dark chocolate flavors.

  • Boulder
    Cold Hop
    6.4
    Boulder, Colorado

    The mild sweetness of English grains provide for a perfectly balanced and refreshing, yet high-gravity British style ale.

  • Maine Beer Co.
    Mean Old Tom
    6.5
    Portland, Maine

    This American Stout is aged on vanilla beans for intense notes of coffee and dark chocolate that lead way to subtle notes of natural vanilla.

  • Green Flash
    Palate Wrecker
    9.5
    San Diego, California

    As the name suggests, this intensely hoppy West Coast-inspired IPA will leave you scraping the bitter off your tongue.

  • Shipyard
    Applehead
    4.5
    Portland, Maine

    A crisp, refreshing wheat ale with a delightful apple aroma and subtle cinnamon flavor.

  • Allagash
    Session Brett
    4.5
    Portland, Maine

    This hazy, straw-colored ale is brewed with Mosaic hops and a house Brett strain for a mild tartness and notes of pineapple, bread crust, and fresh cut grass.

  • Sebago
    Simmer Down Summer Ale
    4.9
    Gorham, Maine

    A hoppy ale, almost a session IPA. Slight apricot, crisp hop bite. Very drinkable.

  • Baxter
    Tarnation
    5.3
    Lewiston, Maine

    Complex malt overtones of caramel and toast balance ample bitterness giving this California-Style lager high drinkability and a clean, crisp finish.

  • Founders
    Mosaic Promise
    5.5
    Grand Rapids, Michigan

    Singlely hopped and malted, with Mosaic and Golden Promise, respectively, for a clean, rich, golden beer.

  • Third Rail
    Bodega Pale Ale
    5.5
    New York, New York

  • Two Brothers
    Wobble IPA
    6.3
    Warrenville, Illinois

    Two Brothers use American hop varieties like Cascade, Centennial, Chinook, Simcoe and Citra. The beer weighs in at 6.3% alcohol by volume and 69 IBU’s of hop bitterness.

  • Brooklyn
    Wild Horse Brett Porter
    7.3
    New York, New York

    The full Brett fermentation strikes fast as hay-forward funk wafts from the glass, preceding flavors of dark chocolate, coffee, fresh fruit and caramel. It’s a complex, full-bodied beer that is still approachable to even those unfamiliar with Brettanomyces.

  • Finback
    Buddy System
    9.1
    Queens, New York

    A super smooth tropical, hoppy, punchy double IPA perfect for drinking together, but if you must drink it alone, drink 2 of them.

  • Bunker
    Machine Czech Pils
    5.2
    Portland, Maine

    Old-World charm in a glass. Bunker-style. Biscuity German malt meets boatloads of skunky Saaz hops.

  • Barrier
    Atypical IPA
    7.2
    Oceanside, New York

    Another (\"typical\"), extraordinarily tasty hop tsunami. Bright, sandy golden malt supports waves of grapefruit, melon, mango, and spruce tips. Pine needles to pineapples. And as always, dank and stank.

  • Barrier
    SmackDab
    7.0
    Oceanside, New York

    A Galena/Cascade bomb showcasing flavors of freshly squeezed tropical fruit, pine & melon. All rounded out with the excellent characteristics of our house Lager yeast.

  • Smuttynose
    Kindest Find Imperial Red Ale
    9.0
    Portsmouth, New Hampshire

    Your own little slice of heaven - an Imperial Red Ale with a big malt backbone layered with loads of juicy hops.

  • Woodchuck
    Gumption Cider
    5.5
    Middlebury , Vermont

    . Here at the cidery, we had the Gumption to pair the fresh juice of common eating apples with dry European bittersweet cider apples. This refreshing and traditional cider, with no added flavors, will bring you a bold and unique drinking experience that combines both the American craft innovation with the tradition of European cider. Those looking for a cider that is not too sweet and one you can enjoy over and over again, look no further. At 5.5% ABV, Gumption has a fresh apple aroma with a sweet apple taste upfront and a dry finish.

  • Troegs
    Perpetual IPA
    7.5
    Hershey, Pennsylvania

    This Imperial Pale Ale utilizes hopback and dry-hopping technology to engineer a bold pour that melds the artisanal and mechanical.

  • SingleCut
    Dean Mahogany Ale
    6.1
    New York, New York

    Dean Mahogany Ale is named after Dean DeLeo of the Stone Temple Pilots, a favorite band of SingleCut’s owner, Richard Buceta.