Sixpoint makes a variety of special house account beers. Check in with your local purveyors for details. We also brew an expansive spectrum of "one time only" exclusives. Follow us on Twitter
for updates about these rare brews, join our email list for updates, or find us using the Sixpointer Beerfinder
or Sixpoint App
Little 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. Kettle-soured and sometimes served with proprietary "Raspy Sauce."
Bark Red Ale
A solid red ale we brew for one of our longest standing friends, Bark Hot Dogs. Bark just opened a second location and pour straight Sixpoint all day, every day.
Jeff Gorlechen, longtime Sixpoint BKLYN Sales Rep and Bark Hot Dog Aficionado says this custom brew tastes like chocolate pudding. With a touch of chocolate malt and a smooth, creamy texture, we all tend to agree.
Pound4Pound is a tasty Belgian pale ale brewed for our friends at the Red Hook Lobster Pound. A lush aroma of tropical hops and Belgian esters combine for a smooth, easy drinking beer packed with flavor. At only 5.4% ABV and 23 IBUs, it's pound for pound the most flavor you'll get, and the ultimate crustacean libation.
They should be good men; their affairs as righteous...
Made with Rye malt to provide a signature and distinct earthy character. Seasoned and dry-hopped with herbal and citrus hops. Truly Righteous.
Brownstone is our bedrock; the first fortress of Sixpoint. This mahogany-hued brew has elements of roasted barley and a hop-forward profile.
A dry honey ale originally brewed to compliment the intricate dishes at NYC's Petite Abeille. Light malt combines with fermented honey on the delicate nose, before hops scrub and gently bitter the palate, begetting the next sweet reprieve.
The Incredible Mild
A dry, delicate beer brewed in the English parti-gyle style, the Mild has a nose of raw honey and earthy hops against a backdrop of subtle nutty toffee notes. Full, rich and and low in alcohol, this smooth offering is satisfying yet sessionable, with a depth of flavor rare in a 4.7% ABV brew. Read More
A stout of exceptional depth - originally brewed for the John Dory Oyster bar, this brew utilizes English malts for richness as well as oyster shells in the mash to provide a salt and brine twinge to the finish.
This brew shouts out some Sixpoint staffers' Wisconsin roots, as well as NYC's Kettle of Fish, a renowned Green Bay Packer fan hangout. A pale ale made with Wisconsin corn, Lil Wisconsin is a smooth and easy drinking companion for the big game with enough hoppy goodness to satisfy.
This citrusy, peppery Saison is satisfying and spritzy. Get Safe is a potently aromatic beer, brewed with summer evenings in the garden at Roberta's of Brooklyn in mind.
A smooth, creamy oatmeal stout with a light sweetness and dry finish. Full roasted flavor without a touch of harshness, often poured on nitro-tap.
Robust and rich porter made with coffee beans from Gorilla Coffee in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Read More
A nod to the denizens (and select bars) of NYC's lower east side, Tenement is a red brew with sweet caramel notes, complex malt and enough hop bitterness to balance.
The Smith Ale
Brewed for the Brasserie restaurant group The Smith in NYC, this golden ale features Northern Brewer hops, its distinctive taste a nice compliment for French cuisine.
Meatball Shop Ale
Often served at The Meatball Shop, this straw-colored ale has the distinct, rounded mouthfeel of an American wheat. Sweet malts smoothly accompany a delicious plate of meatballs, thirst-quenching German hops provide balance, and juicy American hops come through on the nose.
Bill's Burger Ale
Originally crafted for Bill's Burger bar in Manhattan, this golden ale balances a touch of malty sweetness with thirst-quenching bitterness from Columbus and Nugget hops. The ideal sidekick for washing down a juicy burger.