NYC Beer week has returned for 2015 and we’re stoked to be participating at a variety of some of NYC’s best craft beer locations.
Drinks of fermented grain have helped create communal gathering points since the beginning of civilization. Our modern beer community, with sites like Untappd and BeerAdvocate, and circles like Craft Beer Nation, stretches to span continents—so the local pub is not the only way to enjoy a beer among good company. More »
In November 2014 we got an email about an improbable event called Cocoa’s Boobjob Rager. Don’t get it twisted… it’s a really inspirational story. Cocoa is an Akita mix (she’s a rescue dog so we don’t know her exact lineage) who lives right down the street from our brewery. More »
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 »
- 10th Anniversary CelebrationWe are in the midst of our 10th anniversary year and once again we are throwing our official hoedown at Kettle of Fish in Greenwich Village, who have been pouring a Sixpoint trifecta for almost all 10 years of our existence.In the "if-it-ain't-broke-don't-fix-it" department, we will once again be offering complimentary Wisconsin Lasagne courtesy of Joseph Leonard and there will also be birthday cake. Please come help us celebrate!Oh! And beer! We almost forgot the beer! There will $5 dollar pours of Bengali IPA, Crisp Pilz , Gorilla Warfare Coffee Porter, Sweet Action Ale and Little Wisconsin Ale to along with cans of Resin and Hi-Res!
- Brooklyn Public Library Gala After-PartyGet your groove on and do good for your Library! As the Gala wraps up, party with DJ Questlove on the decks, enjoy delicious desserts and imbibe tasty drinks (Sixpoint!) at the open bar. Wear your dancing shoes! Get your tickets here:http://www.eventbrite.com/e/brooklyn-public-library-gala-after-party-tickets-15608576673?aff=websiteAfter-Party ticket holders can enjoy exclusive prix fixe dinners at the neighborhood restaurants including Meadowsweet, Briskettown/Delaney BBQ and Lodge. Just mention BPL’s After-Party when making your reservation and show your ticket when you arrive.Weylin B. Seymour's, 175 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11211, United States