Philly is one of our oldest markets (outside of NYC of course)… we’ve been slinging brew there since March of ‘09.
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 »
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.
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 »
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 »
FRESH OFF A 72-12 WIN, BROOKLYN KINGS TEAM UP WITH SIXPOINT BREWERY
KENT ALE HOUSE FOR NYC’S FIRST-EVER “BRUNCHBY” More »
In April 2013 we met Kyle Westfall at one of our favorite bars in Florida, Tap n Grind. We hit it off, and he let us know he was well on his way to creating his homebrew kit, Craft-A-Brew. Then about a year ago we started getting serious about scaling down a Sixpoint formulation for homebrewers to create at home… and today we’re happy to announce the creation of the RESIN Craft-A-Brew Kit. More »
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 »