By the looks of it, Sixpoint Craft Ales (Brooklyn, NY) last released a beer dubbed Global Warmer around 2008. Even then, it was draft only. This edition is about 7% ABV, a little over 2% lower than the last release.
Some say the world will end in fire,
Some say in ice.
From what I’ve tasted of desire
I hold with those who favor fire.
Style: Winter Warmer
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft
Summer draws closer with the return of Sixpoint Apollo. Brewmaster Jan Matysiak trained at Weihenstephaner Institute in Germany, a brewery well know for hefeweizen. The result is one of the best wheat beers you will find in a can.
The unmistakable 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.
Sixpoint Craft Ales (Brooklyn, NY) will soon be bringing you coffee & chocolate in a can with 3Beans. Drinking in the AM just got less weird.
Take thou also unto thee wheat, and barley, and beans.. and put them in one vessel. The beans of bygone brewers, united with cacao and coffee, to create a trinity of roasted, rich, and savory flavors.
Sixpoint Brewery (Brooklyn, NY) has recently inked a deal that will bring the popular canned offerings to the Peach State. Sixpoint has chosen Atlanta Beverage Company & Eagle Rock Distributing for the deal.
Sixpoint Brewery was founded in 2004 by Andrew Bronstein and Shane Welch. The brewery launched can offerings in June 2011.
This is the scene at Brooklyn, New York based Sixpoint this AM. As you can see, Hurricane Sandy moved some kegs around (water?) but it seems the brewery faired well. Brewing operations will resume when power is restored.
Love the quote from the brewery: “#Sandy was a bitch”
Sixpoint Autumnation returns. The wet hopped perennial favorite is back celebrating the fall harvest. Autumnation changes a bit each year. An online poll decided the hop strain will accompany the pumpkin in the 2012 release. Citra won the place of honor this year. Some folks from the brewery travelled to Yakima, Washington for the hop picking festivities.
Our own Brewmaster Jan Matysiak and Sixpoint Brewer Heather McReynolds traveled to Yakima to observe the festivities of the hop harvest this September. “During the time of harvest and processing, one can actually smell the hops when walking through the city of Yakima. It’s truly astounding” said Matysiak. McReynolds was equally impressed. “Being in Yakima was a truly great experience,” she remarked. “One that every brewer and homebrewer should have at least once.”