Once you get past the fact that we’re a bookstore who serves beer and wine, you’ll notice (or should notice) that we don’t just serve “beer”: We have a terrific selection of twelve hand-crafted ales from many known and lesser-known brewers.
|Austin East - Blood Orange Cider||5%||Austin East Cidery, Austin, Texas|
|C.H. Evans - Pump Station Pale Ale||5.0%||C.H. Evans Brewing Co., Albany, NY|
|C.H. Evans - Kick-Ass Brown Ale||5.6%||C.H. Evans Brewing Co., Albany, NY|
|Crossroads - Outrage IPA||7.0%||Crossroads Brewing Company, Athens, NY|
|Half Acre - Daisy Cutter Pale Ale||5.2%||Half Acre Brewing, Chicago, IL|
|Jack's Abby - Dry Hopped Post Shift Pilsner||4.7%||Jack's Abby Craft Lagers, Framingham, MA|
|Mast Landing - Gunner's Daughter Milk Stout||5.5%||Mast Landing Brewery, Westbrook, ME|
|Singlecut - Frequency Rustic Lager||4.7%||Singlecut Brewing, Astoria, NY|
|Sloop - Simcoe Bomb IPA||6.5%||Sloop Brewing, Hopewell Junction, NY|
|Springdale - RazzHibby Kettle Sour||4.5%||Springdale Brewing, Framingham, MA|
|YesFolk Kombucha||0.5%||YesFolk Tonics, Troy, NY|
We tend to keep our selection local, as there are many wonderful brewers in the Northeast alone, but we’re not against bringing in the occasional keg from Colorado or Seattle. If you’re looking for tasty ales, we’re happy that you found us. And if you’re looking for Michelob Ultra or Coors Light, just let us give you a sample of ales that are comparatively sublime, multi-layered, subtle, and made with great care by human beings. The taps and kegs are rotated often, so we can’t guarantee up-to-the-minute accuracy of our list, but feel free to call and see if your favorite keg is on. We’d love you to stop in for another pint or a tasting and take it all in.