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Recent Posts | August 25th, 2015

Sixpoint BOOMBOXES Variety 12-Pack

We all know the feeling you get when you bring a 6pack to a party. You grab one beer, turn your head away and the whole pack has been crushed. Wouldn’t hurt to have a little variety too. Hmmm… what’s the solution… how bout HIGHER VOLUME? More…

Recent Posts | August 17th, 2015

Brett Safe Barrel-Aged Saison

Get Safe was a farmhouse ale we made for years as a BKLYN-only brew infused with local rooftop herbs. “Brett Safe” is an evolution of that beer – stronger, at 6.2%, aged in wine barrels, and re-fermented with Brettanomyces, a wild strain of yeast. More…

Recent Posts | July 31st, 2015

Pop-Up Beer Gardens in Philly

Philly is one of our oldest markets (outside of NYC of course)… we’ve been slinging brew there since March of ‘09.

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JD’s hair in PRIME condition here

Our man “Jersey” Dan Bisogno has been holding it down ever since, through 6 insane Philly Beer Weeks, and he’s seen the scene change into the incredible Craft Beer Mecca that Philly has become. In the last couple years, we’ve been witnessing an amazing urban phenomenon – pop-up beer gardens. More…

Recent Posts | July 28th, 2015

Beer Cocktails: JAMMER Edition

Brewing beer is about creating a balance of flavors that work together to become greater than the sum of their parts. Take Sweet Action for example. It pits solid, rich barley squarely against tasty American hops… they duke it out till they both lie panting, and your brain is confused but your mouth loves it. That’s SWEET ACTION.

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Frozen lemonade, whisky and JAMMER at Union Pool

Mixologists have the same goal. So we’re excited to see more and more beers getting used as a key ingredient in cocktails. Though some might call it blasphemy, we embrace the Mad Science of flavor creation. More…

Cycliquids | July 24th, 2015

Sixpoint 4BEANS Imperial Porter

Baltic tales spoke of ancient brewers tossing beans and barley into cauldrons, and steeping them to create dark, rich beers that “fell in showers.” The beans were a hearty substitute for barley in cold climates not ideal for grain production. As these brewers came to find out, the high protein content of these beans adds body and richness that’s excellent for dark brews. More…

Recent Posts | July 22nd, 2015

Lil’ Raspy: Raspberry Sour Beer

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Lil’ Raspy is a little sensitive. He’s low ABV, got a soft, white, fluffy cap and the raspberry puree he’s brewed with gives him a pinkish hue. And that makes people think he isn’t tough. But he’s a prickly sucker… definitely one of the most sour beers the Mad Scientists have released in recent memory. More…

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Events At Sixpoint

Sixpoint Vision
Sixpoint Abigale

SIXPOINT ABIGALE

For this Sixpoint Cycliquids release, the Mad Scientists travel inside the Belgian Abbeys - watch the story of how ABIGALE (one of Sixpoint's earliest formulations) was first brewed, and the key ingredient that adds a special Belgian character to this Elixir.

Beast Mode in Hi-Res

Beast Mode in Hi-Res

For our dual beer tasting (Beast Mode in Hi-Res) we've invited a killer group (and their BEASTS) from around the country.

Sensi Harvest

SENSI HARVEST

With SENSI HARVEST the Mad Scientists travel to the hop fields of Yakima, WA, to participate in the breathtaking annual hop-harvest.

Hi-Res Simultap

Hi-Res Simultap

The Simultap is the coming together of friends, experts and beer fans from across the country to taste Hi-Res in a Google Hangout. We'll share our experiences with the beer and get to know each other over a glass of great liquid.

Hi-Res Trailer

Hi-Res Trailer

Where the telescope ends,
the microscope begins.
Which of the two has
the grander view?