Once upon a time there was a brewery in Brooklyn. It had been built into an abandoned warehouse just on the outskirts of civilization (or so it seemed), in Red Hook, before Ikea or Fairway. From this facility began a culture founded on homebrew recipes and fostered by the innovative, creative spirit of the community. While the beer made here would grow a greater and more enthusiastic following over the course of six years, it was available in “draft-only,” to the dismay of those who just wanted to sit at home and drink Sixpoint beer. Or bring it to a backyard party. Or the beach.
Then one day, a solution was made. Today is that day. Introducing the 16 oz. can of Sweet Action, Bengali Tiger IPA, Righteous Ale and The Crisp. Which brews would you like to see in them next?