Craft Beers at New York Wine & Food Fest 2019

New York Craft Beer

Allagash Brewing – Portland, Maine
White (5.2%) – Belgian Witbier – fruity, refreshing, and slightly cloudy in appearance
Saison Ale (6.1%) – Belgian Saison – citrus and a peppery spice in flavor, full bodied with a dry finish

Bell’s Brewery – Kalamazoo, Michigan
Amber Ale (5.8%) – American Amber – toasted and sweet caramel notes, herbal and citrus hop aromas
Official Hazy IPA (6.4%) – New England IPA – complex peach, stone fruit, and tropical notes, dry finish

Blue Point Brewing Company – Patchogue, New York
The Shore Thing (5.0%) – American Lager – light, enjoyable beer with a unique tartness and citrus notes
IPA (6.0%) – American IPA – mild but pleasing bitterness in flavor with a citrus snap and clean finish

Bronx Brewery – The Bronx, New York
American Pale (6.3%) – American Pale Ale – big, bold, balanced pale ale with an English malt backbone
No Res (7.6%) – American Imperial IPA – hoppy, bitter, aromas of citrus, pine, tropical fruit, lemon grass

Dogfish Head Craft Brewery Inc. – Milton, Delaware
SeaQuench Ale (4.9%) – Leipzig Gose – a citrusy-tart union of 3 German styles of beer brewed into 1
Slightly Mighty (4.0%) – American IPA – IPA that is low in calories and carbs with a mighty hop flavor

Glenmere Brewing Company – Florida, New York
Dragonfly (6.6%) – American IPA – juicy IPA showcasing Citra and Mosaic hops
Lucid Dragon (7.4%) – American IPA – lemon and orange upfront with spice piney and dark hops

Interboro Spirits & Ales – Brooklyn, New York
Premiere IPA (6.0%) – New England IPA – brewed with citra, mosaic, and galaxy hops
+ Surprise Draft

Lagunitas Brewing – Petaluma, California
Lagunitas PILS (6.0%) – Bohemian Pilsener – light, crisp and easy to drink, yet full of real flavor
Sumpin’ Easy (5.7%) – American Pale Ale – super smooth and velvety ale with a fruit and resin-y- finish

Peekskill Brewery – Peekskill, New York
Simple Sour (4.5%) – American Wild Ale – brewed with wheat, corn and brettanomyces, dry, refreshing

Sierra Nevada Brewery – Chico, California
Oktoberfest (6.0%) – German Märzen – malt backbone balanced by subtle hops, crisp and clean
Hazy Little Thing (6.7%) – New England IPA – unfiltered, unprocessed, modest bitterness, hop character

Sixpoint Brewery – Brooklyn, New York
Bengali (6.6%) – American IPA – uses a blend of new hop strains for a juicy, citrusy, piney hop taste
Alpenflo (4.9%) – German Helles – all-malt, 100% 2-row barley, Tettnanger hops directly sourced

Sloop Brewing – Elizaville, New York
Juice Bomb (6.5%) – American IPA – bursting with citrus flavor that balances with a touch of bitterness
+ Surprise Draft

Troegs Independent Brewing Hershey, Pennsylvania
Perpetual IPA (7.5%) – American IPA – bold with sticky citrus rind, pine balm and tropical fruit
Troegenator (8.2%) – German Doppelbock – intense notes of caramel, chocolate and dried stone fruit

Von Trapp Brewery – Stowe, Vermont
Golden Helles (4.9%) – German Helles – easy-drinking, yet surprisingly complex, golden lager
Oktoberfest (5.6%) – German Märzen – rich malt body, balanced with hop flavors and a crisp finish

Woodstock Brewing – Phoenicia, New York
Woodstock Lager (4.9%) – Helles Lager – brewed with Pilsner malt, hopped with Hallertauer Mittlefruh
Endless Cycle IPA (6.7%) – American IPA – notes of pineapple, candied grapefruit and citrus curd

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