Constant formulation is essential to the DNA of Sixpoint. Even though we’ve brewed our year-round beers hundreds of times, we’re always looking for ways to improve them, whether it be in flavor, aroma, hop character, and even visual presentation. So when Jammer flew off the shelves and we knew we had to brew a second wave to slake summer thirsts, we accordingly took the time to fine tune the beer in typical Mad Scientist fashion. More »
Maybe you haven’t gotten your dad anything, but Father’s Day isn’t for a while, right? Well, it’s Sunday, June 21st (but you knew that already).
The Mad Scientists have got you covered. We’ve been working double time in our Merch lab cooking up all kinds of new gear: More »
“City to the Keys” is a small-batch draft release we’re pipelining straight from BKLYN to Florida. The Sunshine State has been absolutely crushing Sixpoint lately, and our Florida Beer Czar, Cesar, has been spreading the love.
So we cooked up something special for Florida beer fans with help from Cesar and the Cavalier Florida crew – a smooth blonde beer with fresh squeezed lime juice and finished with toasted coconut. More »
One thing we love about The CRISP is versatility… we’ve always been fascinated by the different experiences you can have from one liquid. More »
Hundreds of years ago, on the banks of the river Gose, a new type of beer was brewing. Brewers used salinated river water and special souring techniques to create a savory, extra-tart, refreshing beer that quickly became a prized (and costly) regional delicacy.
Signal IPA is a hybrid formulation that combines smoky malt and aromatic hops. And now the Mad Scientists have struck again – taking it to the next level with bourbon barrel-aging and batch-blending. In the original Signal, the savory, bacony, smoky notes combine with juicy hops to create wholly unique flavor combination. For the barrel-aged version, we scaled the recipe up to 8.2% ABV and aged it for four months in JD Willet Bourbon barrels. Smoke, wood, hops and bourbon come together with a creamy, full texture that gives to a dry finish. More »
As brewers, one of our main goals is consistency. You walk into a pub, the ‘keep pulls the handle, the beer in your glass tastes like you expect. We spend thousands of hours with a consistent look, aroma and taste as our goal and certainly acknowledge those merits. But in the interest of Mad Science, for Dabble IPA we’re going to formulate as we go, unconstrained. More »
Announcing the new line of unconventional goodies from the Mad Scientists, Sixpoint Beer Dust represents the first foray into powdered products from a Craft Brewery following government approval of powdered alcohol on March 10, 2015.
- We can guess what this guy's drinking for the 4th of July. #Dedication #RESIN http://t.co/5x8cwRdrsG
- The Gander's 2nd Annual 4th of July CelebrationForget sitting in traffic on July 4th. The Gander is celebrating Independence Day with live music, karaoke, beer pong, unlimited libations and all-you-can-eat American fare. Sixpoint Crisp, Sweet Action, Bengali featured on draft along with wine, cocktails and red/white/blue Jell-O shots. Be a patriot, buy a ticket: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/4th-of-july-party-at-the-gander-tickets-17104551173The Gander, 15 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011, United States
- City SwiggersBe among the first to swig Jammer 2.0, the second coming of Sixpoint gose, along with a rare and specialty tap list.City Swiggers, 320 East 86th Street, New York, NY 10028, United States