Sour Ale · 5.0%
Our Quarterly Sour Ale Series | Volume II: "Orange Crush" | Brewed with Oranges & Orange Juice.
Sour Ale · 5.0% · 10.0 IBU
The Litmus Test is our series of Kettle Sours with a different array of adjuncts added to each Volume. Volume 1 is brewed with Hibiscus & White Tea, giving it flavors of berry, red candy, complemented by gentle herbal & tart notes
German Hefeweizen · 5.0%
Traditional German Wheat Ale aka Hefeweizen. Brewed with NYS Wheat & NYS Hops.
NE IPA · 7.0%
Strawberry Guava NEIPA. Collaboration with KCBC.
IPA · 7.0%
No. 14 in our Boss Collaboration Series | Brewed with, and exclusively for, DeCicco & Sons stores | Idaho 7 Hops and High Oil Cascades from the Segal Hop Ranch | Dank, Dank, Dank
Brown Ale · 5.5% · 10.0 IBU
Brown Ale aged 13 months in Coppersea Distillery Rye Whiskey Barrels.
Gin inspired IPA
IPA · 7.0% · 25.0 IBU
ResilienceBoss is brewed with hops donated by New York Hop Guild, and malt donated by Hudson Valley Malt. 100% of sales donated to Camp Fire relief efforts.
Collab w/ Coppersea Distillery | #11 in The Boss Collaboration Series | Local IPA | All NYS Malt | All NYS Hops | Floormalted Rye from Coppersea Distillery
Milk Stout · 7.5% · 10.0 IBU
Brewed with the 2nd runnings from our imperial stout, The Newburgh Conspiracy.
American Pale Ale · 4.2% · 30.0 IBU
A hoppy session ale. Like a little MegaBoss, a pale ale w/big tropical fruit hop notes.
American Pale Ale · 4.2%
Sessionable ale with big hop flavors of tropical fruit; junior version of our MegaBoss IPA.
IPA · 7.0% · 45.0 IBU
A rich pineapple & tropical fruit aroma, with a flavor profile that very much follows that aromatic start, concluding with a lemon & herbal hop finish.
Kolsch · 4.5% · 25.0 IBU
Kölsch is the ale version of Pilsner, which means it’s light, easy-drinking, and bursting with flavor.
Double IPA · 9.5% · 60.0 IBU
Double IPA full of tropical fruit hop aroma and flavor
Brown Ale · 4.2%
The flavor is dominated by malty sweetness and gentle hints of chocolate and toffee.
Cream Ale · 4.2%
Light, easy-drinking traditional interpretation of a New York Cream Ale