Allagash White in Cans

Allagash White Cans

The time has finally come! Allagash's beloved Belgian-style wheat beer is finally available in 16 ounce cans! Allagash White is now available in 4-Pack's and is still the classic beer in cans as back when it was first brewed in 1995. The format change allows for better travel abilities to bring Allagash White along for all your adventures. Keep an eye out for cans hitting shelves soon! Join us February 26th at Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant in South Boston to celebrate the release of these cans, as well as Allagash's new beer, River Trip, also available in 4-Pack 16 ounce cans!

Is it Spring Yet?

The Patriots just completed their quest for 6 rings! Now we can fast forward to spring right? Check out these new offerings to hold you over until it's here! Smuttynose 6/4C Blood Orange Sour All Smuttynose Sour beers are kettle-soured, meaning these beers are safe for your draft lines without sacrificing any of the flavor! In addition, Smuttynose proudly uses 100% real ingredients – the blood orange flavor here come from real, honest-to-goodness blood oranges. Now that’s something you can sip while dreaming of the coming spring. Smuttynose 6/4C Moon Water

Troegs Nugget Nectar is Here!

Nugget Nectar

Once a year, Troegs releases their Nugget Nectar, an excessively hopped Imperial Amber Ale, and now is the time! There's no better time than the present to truly enjoy the sweet piney resin and mango flavors that this limited brew offers. But be sure to get it while you can, before it's too late. As this beer rolls out, be sure to find us at Troeg's First Squeeze Events, listed below. They will be your chance for some fresh Nugget Nectar, as well as some swag, posters and even some NITRO Nugget Nectar! February 6th from 6 PM to 8 PM at Cambridge Common.

JanuQuenchy, Garlic Beer & Preventing Scurvy with Dogfish Head's Sam Calagione

We sat down with Sam Calagione, Founder of Dogfish Head Brewery and craft beer pioneer, during his most recent visit to NYC. 
It’s midway through JanuQuenchy. How’s that going for you? 

Sierra Nevada Resilience IPA

Resilience IPA

In the wake of the deadly and disastrous wildfire that stuck California, Sierra Nevada announced their plan to brew Resilience Butte County Proud IPA, as a part of a fundraiser for Camp Fire relief. They asked breweries throughout the country to brew the beer and suppliers to donate supplies to do so in a greater effort to spread the awareness and reach of these efforts. The result was over 1,400 breweries that signed up to brew Resilience IPA and donate every dollar received from the sale of the beer.

New Year, New Beers

2020 brings a new year, new you and of course new beers! As the ever-evolving trends of living a healthy lifestyle are becoming more important in peoples lives, it comes as no surprise that Non-alocohlic beers are starting to become popular. Wellbeing is a brewery, totally dedicated to non-alcoholic craft beer. Check out their new beers, and the rest of the items coming to our line up this year!

Welcome Royal Meadery!

Royal Meadery Logo

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?


beers in front of alps

We have new winter beers and ciders in stock! Be sure to check them out before they're gone!

Mystic Table Beer

This staff favorite is an incredibly drinkable everyday Saison, brewed with Hallertau and Ella Mystic Voltage Voltage is our hazy IPA in regular rotation. Slightly juicy with just enough bite, this IPA, brewed with Citra, Santiam, and Perle, stands out amongst the many.

New Von Trapp Cans Coming Soon!

Von Trapp Helles Cans

That's right! Von Trapp Brewery has seriously upgraded their canning operation by investing in brand new equipment and expanding their selection of beers available in 12oz cans. They have also come out with fresh, new branding for their flagship beers, which should serve as a solid template for seasonal and collaboration projects in the future. These new cans are available now (which you can check out here), but Craft Connecticut will be switching exclusively to Von Trapp cans starting in January.