3 Floyds, one of the most sought-after breweries in the world, available in NY for the first time ever.
From humble beginnings in 1996—armed with only a few hundred dollars, a five-barrel Frankenstein wok-burner-fired brew kettle, repurposed open Swiss cheese fermenters (Hammond Squares) and an old Canfield’s Cola tank—"It’s Not Normal” ales and lagers were born.
LIIT is Blue Point Brewing's new highly crushable hard sparking teas with just a hint of sweetness. FYI: 90's playlist and sunscreen highly recommended for pairing.
To deliver the most flavor, they put Mango, Lemon, and Raspberry Lime into a variety pack. LIIT blends 100% natural flavors with real tea to create a clean, balanced, and refreshing beverage for any occasion. At 5% ABC and GLUTEN FREE, LIIT is the ultimate option for backyard BBQs, pool-side blowouts, long beach days, and bonfires in the yard.
Seersucker's Southern Style Gin is all about celebrating Southern Hospitality.
Born from a desire to create an easy-to-mix gin, Seersucker's spirits bring to market a gin-taste profile that is highlighted by citrus, honey, and mint - a void previously found in the world of gin.
Founders Kimberly & Trey Azar worked for more than a year to create a taste profile that is light on the palate, includes recognizable Southern flavors, and maintains the nuances that a seasoned gin drinker could appreciate.
Graft Cider to launch new cider brand, with focus on maintaining Hudson Valley trails Newburgh, N.Y. (January 14, 2020) - Hudson North Cider Co, a mission-driven cidery, is set to launch in the Hudson Valley and NYC on March 1st, 2020. Sibling duo, Kyle & Sara Sherrer, creators of Graft Cider, were eager to create something both approachable and unique to their home market.
Craft NY is proud to be distributing Royal Meadery across the entire footprint for 2019!
Gregory Wilhelm founded Royal Meadery in 2014, and today the company is still 100% family owned operated. Gregory used his own beehives for the initial commercial batches and today the honey selection is an integral part of the mead production. In 2017, the Meadery relocated to Delmar and shifted focus to more sessionable carbonated meads.
So, what is mead?