Here at Sixpoint, we love homebrewing. That’s how this whole thing got started, 20 years ago in a basement in Madison, WI. Besides the pilot batches we brew on our 20 gallon system, we also get on there for fun on the weekends. It’s fun, it’s creative, and it’s meditative. More »
London porter, in the 1800s, was utterly unmatched in scope, reach, and quality. Our latest small-batch release, Xporter, continues the great tradition of London porter. One of the tricks of the great brew seemed to be in the water: More »
NYC Winter Jazz Fest is a modern improvised jazz bash, and one of the best runs of jazz concerts in the country. Electric crowds go wild while some of the finest jazz musicians in NYC and beyond jam out. The Mad Scientists are no stranger to improvisation — we love beers that weave between styles, never quite settling, never playing by the book. More »
We’ve crafted a new small-batch brew, “Beer Tick,” as part of a concert series with one of our favorite bands at one of our favorite venues. Starting the day after Christmas, Deer Tick is going to be jamming at Brooklyn Bowl for six straight nights, finishing with a grand finale on New Year’s Eve. More »
Sometimes, competition breeds greatness… (sometimes)
The first annual in-house Holiday Beer contest is in full swing here at Sixpoint. More »
Heather McReynolds, Brewing Manager, is shaking a cask, and reaching in to pull out a rotting bag of once-fresh hops. The cask came from another brewery, then got here from our distributor. The hops are old, they’ve been in there for a while, and they smell.
“I sometimes feel like cask ale is the Rodney Dangerfield of the beer scene…. no respect.” More »