Blog
Recent Posts, Sixpoint Vision |

Hi-Res Simultap

hi-res-simultap (1)

hi-res-simultap_blogPost

Update:

The Simultap was an in-depth conversation that zoomed in to talk about Hi-Res, its ingredients, its spirit and its tasting notes, as well as about the participants and their connections to beer. It also zoomed out, to talk about American beer as a whole, about the direction of the IPA and about the progression of American hops. More »

Sixpoint Vision |

Union of the 3Beans

Three companies in Brooklyn join forces on an ambitious new brewing project amidst the challenges of Hurricane Sandy.

Sixpoint Vision |

Apollo

Travel with the Sixpoint Crew around Bavaria, Germany to some of the oldest breweries in the world, and discover the essence of Bavarian style wheat beer, and learn what makes it so refreshing and thirst-quenching.

Sixpoint Vision |

Resin


Sixpoint breaks down the science of the flavor you crave from an IPA — resin. The first beer to be offered in slim, 12 oz. cans, Resin is a burst of golden sap from the center of the hop cones, at peak maturity. Sixpoint Brewmaster Jan Matysiak explains the pursuit of the daring balance between Resin’s extreme 103 IBU hop bitterness and 9.1% ABV profile, all while exploring the roots of nature’s inseparable bond between fire and flavor.

Sixpoint Vision |

Autumnation


Travel to Yakima Valley to capture the bounty of the hop harvest season. Autumnation, Sixpoint’s fall seasonal beer variety in cans, is an ode to this crisp and fragrant time of year, when hop cones can be added fresh to “wet-hop” beers. As explained by Patrick Smith, a fourth-generation American hop farmer, the flavor of freshly-picked hops used in beer is impossible to compare.

Sixpoint Vision |

Gimme Shelter


Watch the inspiration for Beer Advocate and Sixpoint’s first annual Beer For Beasts festival. The event, held in late March, celebrates animals as a part of the family and of the community as a whole. All proceeds for the festival are donated to the Humane Society of New York, which fosters the better treatment of animals throughout the city.

Sixpoint Vision |

Berserker Bock

Ever wondered what drove Norse warriors berserk? In their day, the Berserkers drank a potent elixir of herbs before a battle. Today, we might fuel up with coffee on a busy day, or relax after one with beer. Berserker Bock is the culmination of two masters of each trade, with Sixpoint teaming up with Stumptown Coffee Roasters to create a coffee bock lager. Choosing to cold-brew the coffee beans sourced by Stumptown’s Duane Sorenson, the brewers also cold-fermented the beer for a truly unique, smooth-tasting coffee-flavored bock.

Tweet Action

Upcoming Events

  • Newtown Beer Fest
    The Stocking Works, 410 South State Street, Newtown Borough, PA
  • NYC Brewers Guild Blocktoberfest
    12:30pm September 20, 2014
    add this
    | map
    Sixpoint is proud to be a part of he New York City Brewers Guild Blocktoberfest event! Nineteen of NYC’s premier Guild breweries will be featured at the annual NYCBG fundraiser to raise money for NYC Beer Week 2015. We will pouring our Oktoberfest Lager and Crisp Pilz. Occurring in and around Kelso Beer Company on Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014, “Blocktoberfest” boasts a 5,000 square feet indoor beer garden and 3,000 square feet outdoor seating area located at 525 Waverly Avenue in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. A special VIP seating opens up the event from 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm where ticketholders can meet acclaimed brewers, and taste rare brews as well as their latest and greatest new releases (the VIP and general admission beer lists will be announced soon). 508 Gastrobrewery’s brewmaster Chris Cuzme curates the musical offerings showcasing local live bands and DJ sets, and select artisan food trucks will provide delicious eats, including Jimmy’s No. 43′s Beer & BBQ Truck. The full food truck and music line-up will be announced soon. General Admission is $10, beers are $5 each, or $20 for a discount five-pack and food is sold separately.
    525 Waverly Avenue, Brooklyn, NY