• St. Patrick’s Day Brunch 3/17 [BREWSTER]

    Join us for a St. Patrick’s Day Brunch on 3/17.

    Ticket Info:

    $55 per person: includes 5 Irish-inspired courses, each paired with 5 beers

    To purchase you ticket, call (914) 775-8880 or email events@deciccos.com

    Event repeats in a morning (11am – 12:30pm) and afternoon (1pm – 2:30pm) session

    Tickets are limited so act fast!


    Irish Cream French Toast w/ Weihenstephaner Hefe Weissbier

    Guinness Caramelized Onion, Irish Cheddar, and Potato Quiche w/ Bass Pale Ale

    Corned Beef & Swiss Potato Croquette w/ Smithwicks Irish Red Ale

    Beer Battered Fish & Chips w/ Sam Smith Nut Brown

    Irish Car Bomb Cupcake w/ Guinness Draught

  • Bells’ Tap Takeover 3/22 [BREWSTER]

    Join us on March 22nd for a Bell’s Tap Takeover. We will have their first hazy IPA offering on tap, Official. Official brings pungent American hops and wheat malt together in the brewhouse. Double dry-hopped, Bell’s Official uses a combination of Mosaic, Citra, Azacca, Amarillo and El Dorado hops. We will also have Two Hearted on tap, so you can compare a classic old school IPA with a new hazy IPA, plus other limited beers on tap.

    TAP LIST (Subject to Change)

    Official IPA

    Two Hearted

    Trumpeters Stout

    BA Third Coast

    Le Batteur

    Wild One

    Larry’s Latest Flamingo Fruit Flight

    and more!

  • Brasserie Dieu du Ciel Péché Day & Orval Day 3/23 [ARMONK]

    It’s that time of year again! We’re very happy to invite you to our 2nd year of Péché Mortel Day and our 4th year of Orval Day!

    We are one of 68 bars around the world and one of only 21 in the United States to participate this year! For those of you who don’t already know, Brasserie Dieu du Ciel Péché Mortel (French for “Mortal Sin”) is a monster coffee imperial stout that was first brewed in the Montreal brew pub 17 years ago. Clocking in at 9.5% and infused with a decadent amount of coffee, Péché lives up to it’s name.

    The party kicks off at 12pm and will be rocking all day. We’ll have a special brunch menu to accompany the 7 different variations of Péché Mortel as well as some of Die Du Ciel’s other amazing beers to round out the list.

    For the celebration of Orval day we will be offering multiple vintages of Orval alongside Dieu Di Ciel’s beers. For each bottle of Orval sold, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to MAP International, providing lifesaving medicines to people in need around the world. A one-dollar cash donation to MAP provides $80 worth of medicine.

    We’ll see you there!


    Péché Mortel – Imperial Coffee Stout

    Péché Mortel Cerise – Imperial Coffee & Cherry Stout

    Péché Mortel Coconut – Imperial Coffee & Coconut Stout

    Péché Moka – Imperial Coffee & Cocoa Stout

    Péché Mortel Bourbon 2017 – Bourbon Barrel Imperial Coffee Stout

    Péché Mortel Bourbon 2018 – Bourbon Barrel Imperial Coffee Stout

    Péché Mortel Islay 2019 – Scotch Barrel Imperial Coffee Stout

    Rigor Mortis Blonde – Belgian Blonde

    Solstice d’Été – Sour Wheat Ale w. Raspberries

    Dernière Volonté – Belgian IPA


    Join us Saturday March 23rd as we are offering multiple vintages of Orval. The charity partner for 2019 is Safe Water Network, helping to bring clean, sustainable water to communities in Ghana and India. After we tally up Orval Day 2019 sales, Merchant du Vin will donate 50 cents to Safe Water Network for every bottle of Orval sold.

    What is Orval?

    Orval was the first Brett beer to land on US shores, and has become the favorite beer for many star American brewers. ( “Brett” – brettanomyces – is a yeast variety that adds appetizing, sharp acidity and dryness.) Orval sells one beer, brewed to exquisite perfection within the walls of Notre Dame d’Orval Monastery in Belgium. It’s delicious when it leaves the brewery, but also evolves in the bottle for five years or more.

    Find out more info about Orval Day here.

  • Ommegang Game of Thrones Binge-a-thon 4/7 [LARCHMONT]

    Join us April 7th as we tap the final Ommegang GOT beers the week before the final season premiere of Game of Thrones! The two year wait is over, what better way is there to get you pumped up for the season other than drinking GOT beers and binge watching past seasons? There isn’t a better way and we’ve got what you need. These beers are first come first serve we will keep this going until we kick our final keg.


    Hand Of The Queen – English Barleywine

    Queen Of The Seven Kingdoms – Sour Blonde Ale

    Mother Of All Dragons – Porter Kriek Blend

    King In The North  – Bourbon Barrel Aged Stout

    For The Throne – Golden Ale with Pinot Grigio &  Viognier Grape Juice

  • Funkwerks NY Launch & Meet the Owner 4/11 [MILLWOOD]

    Join us as we welcome Fort Collins, Colorado based Funkwerks to New York along with their owner Brad Lincoln.

    Known for their Saisons and Farmhouse inspired ales, we’re thrilled to welcome them to our taps and shelves with open arms!

    Tap List


    Raspberry Provincial

    Tropic King


  • Annual Founder’s Tap Takeover 4/12 [BREWSTER]

    It’s that time of the year again for our Annual Founders Tap Takeover. A night of vintage KBS and barrel aged goodness, it’s always a good time, so come on out April 12th.

    Tap List (Subject to Change)

    KBS ’17

    CBS ’18

    Curmudgeon’s Better Half

    Barrel Runner

    and more..

  • Sixpoint Tap Takeover & Meet the Brewer 4/18 [ARMONK]

    Join us on April 18th as we welcome Sixpoint’s new head brewer, Eric Bachli, to come party with us! We’ll have a stellar line up of some of Sixpoint classics as well as some of the brewery only specialty beers Eric’s been whipping up. We’ll see ya there!




    Atomic Res


  • The Maine Event 4/26 [LARCHMONT]

    Join us Friday, April 26th for a Wicked good time and some of the best beer coming from our friends up north at the Maine Beer Company. We’ll have a full lineup of the best the brewery can offer including the new release, Spring, and the white whale, Dinner.

    Tap List

    Post Ride Snack


    Tiny Beautiful Something


    Woods and Waters



    Mean Old Tom