• It Must Be The Water: Hudson Valley 9/14 [LARCHMONT]

    For our next beer event this September 14’th, we we ask the following question: What makes a region’s beer taste SO good?

    Every beer recipe boils down to four basic ingredients. While hops, yeast and malt can be sourced from anywhere around the world, the water is always local, poured straight from the tap. From there it can be stripped away, leaving a blank canvas for the master brewer to play. Every brewery in a region has different recipes, different yeast strands, different brewing methods, but they all have that one singularity: their water source. Join us for an examination and celebration of some of the best beers Hudson Valley has to offer at “It Must Be The Water: Hudson Valley,” from 5pm-9pm.

     

    Tap List (Subject to Change)

    Diner Brew Co. Cidre Tonneau

    Ommegang Pale Sour

    Sloop Brewing Co. Citra Bomb

    Equilibrium Brewery Fractal: El Dorado/Citra

    Peekskill Brewery Just For Grins

    Industrial Arts Brewing Company Week 104

    Captain Lawrence Brewery/DeCicco’s Voila

    West Kill Brewing LLC Dark Hollow

    Rushing Duck Brewing Co. Vintage Chained To The Dead

    With more to come…

  • Gueuzeapalooza 9/28 [ARMONK]

    We are very excited to invite you to our third annual celebration of spontaneously fermented beers. Gueuzapalooza! Gueuze is a type of lambic (wild fermented Belgian sour). It is made by blending young and old lambics, which is bottled for a second fermentation.

    The featured breweries are some of the most well respected lambic (or lambic inspired) producers in the world. We work all year to source some of the most wild (pun intended) beers that we can in order to throw a truly amazing celebration of sour possible.

    Featured Breweries:

    Brasserie Cantillon

    Brouwerij 3 Fonteinen

    Brouwerij Boon

    Gueuzerie Tilquin

    Jester King Brewery

    Black Project Spontaneous & Wild Ales

     

    Beer List: TBA

     

    The beers will be available at a first come first served basis and some will be in very limited quantities. For the bottled beer, we will start handing out spots in line an hour prior to the event. Bottles will be limited 1 per customer for on premise consumption unless noted otherwise. Draft beer will be available to order through the bartenders.

  • Oktoberfest 10/5 [BREWSTER]

    The dog-days of summer are nearly over. Soon, fireplaces will be ablaze, the leaves will turn, evenings will be cooler, and the beer more hearty.

    Come and join us at the DeCicco’s Oktoberfest on October 5th from 5-10 pm and help us usher in the Fall by sampling some of the very best traditional German and American festival lagers, Pumpkin Beers, and a Gravity Cask that we’ve been saving for the occasion. Hop-Heads needn’t fret as we’ll keep some IPA’s on tap as well. We look forward to seeing you there! Tap list coming soon!

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