Beer glorious beer.
Mill House Brewing
They opened doors on Mill Street in the Fall of 2013 and can’t remember much since, except that starting, running and growing MHBC has been awesome!
Relying on 25 varieties of heritage apples, ancient farming methods and fine French culinary techniques, the cidre you hold in your hands is a masterpiece of the cidermakers’ art. This is true hand-crafted cidre without additives (not even water!) gently effervescent from wild Norman yeasts and skilled aging.
1947 Indian Craft Beer
They set out to create a beer that would really compliment Indian cuisine and help them celebrate the culture, and they ended up with a beer that not only does that, but it tastes so good it's appealing to beer drinkers everywhere!
Lagunitas Brewing Co
Lagunitas beers are available in 20-ish countries and growing. And whether supporting local communities by turning beer into money for the cause, or simply fueling stories and songs with IPA and other fine ales, they’ve learned one thing (aside for how to cook a turkey)… Wherever you go: beer speaks, people mumble.
“Piels is for the people”. Established in 1883, they are NY oldest craft lager and official “Good Drinking Beer”.
Coney Island Brewery
With 8 house-brewed beers on tap that rotate regularly, there’s always something new to try. Depending on the season, you might catch some of their limited release, specialty styles, like SuperFreak, our Kettle Corn Cream Ale and Cotton Candy Kölsch on tap and in small-batch cans.
Funny how brothers settle things the old fashioned way. Try brothers-in-law. Who own a brewery together. David, AKA The Lion, and Adam, AKA The Bear, may battle, epically at times, but at least neither ever forget it's for the love of beer
Sixpoint was founded in 2004 (they like to say it was born at the dawn of civilization, though that’s a story for another time…) in the rough and tumble neighborhood of Red Hook, BKLYN. It was essentially a cult brewery — draft-only, mysterious, cryptic…
Five Boroughs Brewing Co
Five Boroughs Brewing Co. is part of this evolving landscape, creating great beer while focusing on quality, community, and authenticity. Five Boroughs embraces a culture of craft brewing that cares just as much about the product inside the glass as the people who drink it.
The Owls' Brew
After years in the tea and cocktail biz, they’d learned that you can have it all - clean ingredients, delicious flavors, and a spike or two. It’s all about balance, after all. Meet their Boozy Teas- A blend of organic tea and botanicals, and spiked with a malt base.
Victory Brewing Company
Victory Brewing Company is a craft brewery headquartered in Downingtown, PA. Founded by childhood friends, Bill Covaleski and Ron Barchet, Victory officially opened its doors in February of 1996. Victory’s second state of the art brewery opened in February of 2014 in Parkesburg, PA.
Since opening, Southern Tier immediately garnered regional attention and demand quickly outgrew what their modest facility could handle. In 2009 a new 20,000-sq-ft building was added to the property. In this new facility, the small brewery was able to grow and offer the product both nationally and internationally, while still satisfying its loyal local fans.
DuClaw Brewing Co.
They consider the art of beer making sacred. With more than 30 distinguished microbrews, ranging from Double IPAs to Barley Wines to Sours and beyond, they deliver on what they promise. If the label says Double IPA, then a Double IPA is what you’re drinking – and a damn good one, too!
Highway Manor Brewing
Located in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, Highway Manor is coming back to to the Classic for a second year! #tastemyplace
As the founder of the craft movement in the backyard of the world's largest brewer, they began hand-brewing authentic beers in 1991 and continue the commitment today as the largest locally-owned independent craft brewery in Missouri.
Kopparbergs Bryggeri was established in 1882 in Kopparberg, Sweden. 36 craft brewers joined forces to what today still remains as Kopparbergs Bryggeri. Generations of local families have worked for the brewery and their people will always be one of their keys to success.
Stone Brewing has come a long way since opening in 1996. They have grown from a small microbrewery with just two founders into one of the largest craft breweries in the United States, employing more than 1,100 amazing men and women. From the beginning, our goal has been to brew outstanding, unique beers while maintaining an unwavering commitment to sustainability, business ethics, and the art of brewing.
Artisanal Brew Works
Artisanal Brew Works is proudly owned and operated by Kurt Borchardt and Colin Quinn, both of whom are high school teachers at Saratoga Springs High School. Artisanal Brew Works is an artisanal style beer microbrewery located in a 6,000 square feet of a 12,000 square foot building in Saratoga Springs, NY.
Lagunitas Brewing Company
Now, Lagunitas beers are available in 20-ish countries and growing. And whether supporting local communities by turning beer into money for the cause, or simply fueling stories and songs with IPA and other fine ales, they’ve learned one thing (aside for how to cook a turkey)… Wherever you go: beer speaks, people mumble.
Coney Island Brewery
With spinning thrills, games of skill, treats on the boardwalk, the Atlantic ocean and the horizon beyond, Coney Island is the end of the earth; the place wheredreamers come together to share in the best moments, the high hills of the roller coaster ride called life. Coney Island Brewing Company brews craft beer that captures the spirit, flavor and romance that is Coney Island.
Hokkaido (ho-kah-ee-doe) Brewing Company is on the west coast of the northernmost island of Japan, the prefecture of Hokkaido. Second in size only to the mainland of Japan, Hokkaido is known for its high quality food production, ice shows, and beautiful landscapes. Hokkaido Brewing Company, located in the coastal city of Otaru in Hokkaido, sits just only 20 miles from the major city of Sapporo, home to the macro brewer of the same name.
Gun Hill Brewing Company
Today, they get to declare themselves as part of a new revolution in New York brewing. One that is not happy with the status quo. One that demands more from what they create and consume. And ultimately, one that like it has throughout history, brings pride to New York. With creative brewers working their craft, hop growing returning to the state, and a rich history to draw from; New York is once again staking a claim to it’s place in the brewing industry.
Bolero Snort Brewery
As gypsy brewers, their beers are contracted at various host breweries throughout tristate area. They are working hard to open the doors of our own production facility and tap room in The Meadowlands. They broke ground on the space in Spring 2018 and hope to have doors open and beer flowing in the Spring/Summer of 2019.
Opened in March 2018 at Citi Field in Flushing, Queens, Mikkeller NYC is the Danish parent’s 1st U.S. location outside of California, and the 1st location connected to a professional sports venue anywhere in the world. In these first several months, Mikkel has created over 50 never-before-produced Mikkeller NYC beer recipes.
Greenport Harbor Brewing Co
They make every drop of Greenport Harbor beer in 2 small craft breweries at the very end of Long Island!
In 2012, Ed and Mark produced their first cider, Gold Top. With each new release, they brought more newly-minted cider drinkers into the fold. To keep up with demand, they built a brand new, state-of-the-art facility in Southeast Austin, where most of Austin Eastciders is made today.
Their mission is to source the finest ingredients to brew the best beer. They work with amazing farmers around the Northeast who are truly growing some of the most fantastic hops, barley, and wheat in the United States. Sourcing directly from farms, they're able to help drive an amazing resurgence in sustainable agriculture in the Northeast, farming practices that put quality and flavor first and foremost.
Construction of the brewery continued through 2016 and into 2017, transforming an old mill building into one of New England’s largest beer production facilities. With great pride and a slice of humility, Narragansett Brewery at The Guild finally opened its doors and brewed it’s first batch of It’s About Time IPA in March 2017, fulfilling its dream and starting a new chapter for the company.
Barrier Brewing Co.
Barrier Brewing Co. is the collaborative effort of brewers Evan Klein and Craig Frymark, located in Oceanside, NY. Brewing their first batches on a 1bbl system (2 kegs at a time!) in June 2010, the two expanded the business to a 5bbl brewhouse in June 2012 which operated for four short months before being severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy. After several months of rebuilding, Barrier reopened in late-February 2013. The brewery currently produces nearly 50 different beers throughout the year totaling 1500bbl annually, all of which is self-distributed throughout the NY metro area.
“One of the best cider makers in America today. Absolutely fabulous. From Doc's Draft Hard Apple Cider (great, semi-dry and effervescent refreshment) to the incredibly dry, delicate, and fragrant Doc's Draft Hard Pear Cider, to the tremendous Doc's Framboise, which is a dessert beverage that is on par with any dessert wine out there. The raspberry can be sipped on a long hot day...what a delicious enjoyment. The pear and raspberry are to die for and are absolutely unique! These two ciders rate with the great Belgian ale house, Lindemann's, whose fruit ales are among the best in the world.”
The dynamic duo of Funwerks first met during the winter of 2009 while attending the Siebel Institute of Technology in Chicago. They were both studying Brewing Science. After being immersed in beer for the better part of five months, the two graduated, with flying colors, and shared a mutual desire to open a brewery. With Brad’s numbers-know-how and Gordon’s super-star-palate, Funkwerks, was born.
21st Amendment Brewery
Frustrated with the lack of beer culture in the L.A. area, Freccia moved to San Francisco and began writing for the Celebrator Beer News, the west’s largest beer publication. Freccia and O’Sullivan met, became friends and, while sitting together in a summer class on brewing science at UC Davis, hatched their plan for what would become the 21st Amendment.
Today, the Brooklyn Brewery is continuing to thrive, spreading good beer around the world. Bars and restaurants from Texas to Sweden to Australia proudly pour Brooklyn beer and display our iconic logo in great cities and far-flung reaches. Here in Brooklyn, Garrett and his team push the boundaries of brewing with an expanded barrel aging program housed in the historic Brooklyn Navy Yard down the road from the brewery and an extensive roster of experimental batches tucked away for study (and tasting.)
Blue Point Brewing Company
Where they’re from, the people are a different breed. New Yorkers want more than the status quo, they want you to skip the bullshit and give it to them straight. Yeah, they’ve got humble beginnings, but that’s just who they are. Hell, our founders tapped Blue Point’s very first keg in a parking lot. They brew beer that stands up to New York's standards. They know it’s good, you know it’s good. They first and foremost brew beer that they want to drink. If there’s some leftover, they’ll sell it.
Clemson Bros Brewery
At Clemson Bros. Brewery they live and breathe to perfect their passion for craft and their beer exemplifies that passion in every sip. As a dedicated team of craft brewers, they ignite that passion daily by reaching back through time to preserve the culture of our foundation, and they take pride in going to great lengths to artfully blend our love of rich history with their love for craft beer.
At BrewDog they are on a mission to make other people as passionate about great craft beer as they are. They are committed to putting the passion, the flavour and the artisan craftsmanship back into people’s glasses.
Collective Arts Brewing
A grassroots craft brewery that aims to fuse the creativity of craft beer with the inspired talents of emerging artists and musicians. Collective Arts Brewing was founded on two beliefs: The first that creativity fosters creativity. And the second, that creativity yields delicious pints. They feature limited-edition works of art on their beer cans and labels, and they work to make sure the liquid on the inside is as diverse and creative as the artists we profile.
New Belgium Brewing
With brewing underway, co-founder Kim Jordan was New Belgium's jack-of-all-trades as the first bottler, sales rep, distributor, marketer, financial planner and longtime CEO. As years went on, Jordan would eventually scale the brewery into one of the most successful craft breweries in the country, acting as a visionary for both her co-workers and the industry.
Hard Frescos Brewing Co.
Co-founders Mauro Gomez and Peter Stearns have been following their family traditions of producing hand-crafted products for decades. In 1959, Mauro’s grandfather founded ‘La Reina’, the queen of tortillerías, located in East Los Angeles. Peter’s grandfather, a second-generation immigrant chef, introduced him to the kitchen at the age of five. Today, Mauro and Peter are excited to share with you their deep appreciation of family tradition and Latin culture.