Until now, you could pretty much only try beers from Sixpoint Craft Ales on tap. Starting around Memorial Day, though, 16-ounce cans of Sweet Action, Bengali Tiger IPA, Righteous Ale, and The Crisp will be available in stores.
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On Saturday, March 26, BeerAdvocate and Sixpoint Craft Ales are throwing Beer for Beasts, a benefit event for the The Humane Society of New York City. We're really excited for the beers—at least thirteen brand new brews will be made just for this event. Each staff member is spearheading their own brew, in addition to a few collaborative efforts. We asked our friends at Sixpoint to fill us in on what's in the fermenters so far.
It's October, which means we're getting kind of excited about pumpkins. And we're not the only ones. Our friends over at Sixpoint Craft Ales sent us these images documenting the creation of their Pumpkin Brewster beer
Shane Welch of Sixpoint Craft Ales has quite a bit to be excited about. They've got a spicy pumpkin beer for fall, a new series of experimental beers, and also an upcoming line of Sixpoint lagers! We checked in with Shane to get the scoop.
Sixpoint Craft Ales growler at the Fifth Anniversary Celebration. [Photographs: Katie Quinn] The beer flowed freely at the fifth anniversary celebration of Sixpoint Craft Ales, held last night at Roberta's in Bushwick. There's no question that locally brewed Sixpoint...
Shane Welch founded Sixpoint Craft Ales in 2004 and has been brewing some of our favorite beers ever since. We chatted with Welch about his sources of inspiration, the beers he loves, his place in the craft brewing scene, and the ups and downs of running a small brewery in New York City.
The Brooklyn Paper: "Federal agents have ordered a Red Hook brewery to stop making its popular “Hop Obama” ale—a beer that was first brewed during the presidential campaign as a way of supporting the then-underdog candidate." Looks like this means...