Sixpoint Brewery

Founded 2004 within an 800 square foot garage in Red Hook, Brooklyn NYC.

This brewery is not open for visiting.

Reviews

***WARNING TAPROOM MAY NOT BE OPEN YET!!!*** So I didn't actually get to taste the beers so I can't rate it off of that. But my wife and I were visiting NYC and were staying in midtown. After doing a bit of research it seemed to be Brooklyn that had the most/best breweries and distilleries. This place popped up on my radar with the great reviews so I was eager to try the place. So i made an itinerary for his various places in Brooklyn spaced out in my days there. Originally on Google, the hours were listed as "Open 24 hours" (when we looked the day before trying to visit 4/23/18. But I'm now 4/29/18 I'm seeing Saturday hours listed) which I thought was a bit odd but I just figured it must be becuse it was New York. But anyway, my wife and went around 4 pm on 4/24/18. And it wasn't open. Confused, I went to there website and didn't have any hours posted. After we got back to our hotel I was determined to find hours on there site and when I finally went to the "contact us" it said they didn't have a taproom open yet. And I'm sure their beers are great but I just wish that info was more apparent/obvious since with uber I spent over 45 bucks there and back for a place that wasn't even open yet.

Had my birthday party at the Brewery for their March release. Highlights included i) an incredibly friendly staff ii) a few free bars throughout the day, and iii) great bars and restaurants around to eat at after. 10/10 would go back there again.

What a fantastic setup. Beer special releases done right through an app pre-order and an awesome party where you can stay, chat, eat and drink.

Just stopped by at 11:30am on a Saturday, ghost town. Same deal as someone else noted, before the owner said google is now correct..., hours wrong place isn’t open.

Great beer great taste good to spend money on a new york beer

I've been drinking Sixpoint since I've been old enough to drink (and probably before then too, shhh), so they'll always have a special place in my heart...

Beers

Resin

IPA - Imperial / Double

"Resin" is named after the sticky ooze that secretes from the lupulin glands of the hop cone.

ABV: 9.1, IBU: 103

reviews: 140290

Bengali

IPA - American

This is the new version of Bengali (originally named Bengali Tiger)

ABV: 6.5, IBU: 69

reviews: 89531

The Crisp

Pilsner - German

The original Sehr Crisp from Sixpoint. Brewed with noble hops for indelible sehr crisp flavor.

ABV: 5.4, IBU: 44

reviews: 74073

Hi-Res

IPA - Triple

...Once our eyes were opened to the potential of the hop cone, we couldn’t be stopped. With a laser focus, we magnified the hop factor, and pushed the boundaries of flavor, aroma, and perception itself to create HI-RES. It’s Mad Science.

ABV: 11.1, IBU: 115

reviews: 53329

Puff

IPA - Imperial / Double

If you love Resin, try tasting it straight from the tanks. That’s Puff – a hazy, unfiltered pour straight from the tanks, with an extra dose of dry hops... a new blend devised just for Puff.

ABV: 9.8, IBU: 108

reviews: 52943

Global Warmer

Red Ale - Imperial / Double

It may be the calm before the storm, but no one can deny the beer climate is changing. Season(al)s are creeping, traditional styles are melting down, and storm clouds are rolling in. Sounds like it’s time for an updated formulation — a different sort of winter warmer for a changing globe. A cloudy, unfiltered, hop-intensified Global Warmer should do the trick. Or, we could kid ourselves and deny the whole thing…

ABV: 7, IBU: 70

reviews: 44244

Apollo

Kristallweizen

The unmistakeable flavor of a Bavarian Wheat, but with a clear golden brilliance and a Sixpoint twist. An entirely unique canned offering for the sun-worshipping ale lovers.

ABV: 5.2, IBU: 11

reviews: 12473

Jammer

Sour - Gose

Calibrated to be tart and refreshing, not overly sour. Just tangy enough to tingle the tastebuds.

ABV: 4, IBU: 12

reviews: 24047

C.R.E.A.M.

Cream Ale

You started with cream in your coffee, now have coffee in your cream ale. Pour up a bright blonde coffee ale and end your day the way you started it. With a delicious craft brew.

ABV: 7.2, IBU: 25

reviews: 22873

Diesel

Stout - American

This undefinable black brew is part black IPA, part American Stout, but 100% Diesel powered. Robust chocolate and roasted flavors, with thick pine hop flavor and aroma.

ABV: 6.3, IBU: 69

reviews: 9961

Beast Mode

Porter - Other

…my ancestors danced around a campfire and drank strange brews. Many Beasts were present. The drums were pounding; the rhythm was jamming. Let’s keep the fire going, and the ritual. Love your Beast… its Mad Science.

ABV: 6.4, IBU: 44

reviews: 12977

Rad

Shandy / Radler

Sixpoint Cycliquid Designed by the Mad Scientists. Made with a proprietary blend of five fruit juices and beer.

ABV: 3.2, IBU: 7

reviews: 8428

Tesla

Lager - IPL (India Pale Lager)

...It was said Tesla would visualize fully functioning inventions in his mind before even setting pen to paper. To start with a realized formulation in the mind's eye—see it, smell it, and taste it, then harness the right materials to create it? Now that's Mad Science. Think the juicyness of big doses of American Hops, with that clean snappiness of a cold fermented, meticulously lagered beer.

ABV: 7.1, IBU: 49

reviews: 11696

Sweet Action

Blonde Ale

ABV: 5, IBU: 40

reviews: 11163

Barrel-Aged 3Beans

Porter - Baltic

The original 3Beans recipe came from ancient texts which described Baltic Brewers making beer with beans. For this special barrel-aged version, the Mad Scientists carefully calibrated the beer with cold brew coffee, rich chocolate, and notes of oak and bourbon to round out the profile. Imperial porter with Romano Beans, Coffee, and Chocolate aged in Widow Jane Bourbon Barrels.

ABV: 10, IBU: 0

reviews: 10972

Brownstone

Brown Ale - American

Brownstone is our bedrock; the first fortress of Sixpoint. This mahogany-hued brew has elements of roasted barley and a hop-forward profile.

ABV: 6, IBU: 45

reviews: 6333

Lo-Res

IPA - Session / India Session Ale

It's time for a sesher. Hi-Res magnified the Resin. Now, let's change the resolution. When you zoom out from the hop cone, things can get grainy. Focus on the juice - that'll bring the pixels back into perspective.

ABV: 4.5, IBU: 43

reviews: 7022

Seison

Saison / Farmhouse Ale

American Pale Ale - Saison hybrid.

ABV: 6.6, IBU: 0

reviews: 4929

Hi-Res (2018)

IPA - Triple

2018 formulation with unique dry-hop bill, and unfiltered before packaging.

ABV: 11.1, IBU: 111

reviews: 4834

Gorilla Warfare

Porter - American

Robust and rich Porter made with coffee beans from Gorilla Coffee in Park Slope, Brooklyn

ABV: 7, IBU: 52

reviews: 4552

Lil' Raspy

Sour - Berliner Weisse

A kettle-soured Berliner Weiss fermented with loads of raspberries. Puckering but still refreshing. Raspberries plus lactic acid remind us of raspberry lemon sorbet.

ABV: 4.5, IBU: 0

reviews: 4746

Otis

Stout - Oatmeal

A smooth, creamy oatmeal stout with a light sweetness and dry finish. Full roasted flavor without a touch of harshness, often poured on nitro-tap.

ABV: 6.1, IBU: 39

reviews: 3475

Köld Schauer

Kölsch

This is a classic Kölsch with an exclusive twist — growers at Hopfengut in Germany recently released the Huell Melon hop strain, with the clean bittering qualities of noble hop strains, but an elusive “honey-dew melon” aroma. So for Köld Schauer think easy-drinking, low bitterness, with a unique perfume. Those pilgrimages we’ve been taking to German hop fields are paying dividends…

ABV: 4.9, IBU: 43

reviews: 3627

Citrus Jammer

Sour - Gose

Ale brewed with sea salt & citrus added

ABV: 4, IBU: 0

reviews: 3637

Barrel Aged Righteous Ale

Rye Beer

We’re not saying you should worship what’s inside the barrel...but there’s a certain righteousness about an ale made with three types of rye malts and then smoothed out in a blend of rye whiskey and bourbon barrels. The journey spans months, but the results are undeniable—a RIGHTEOUS endeavor indeed.

ABV: 10.5, IBU: 0

reviews: 3634

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