Blue Point Brewing Company
What started in 1998 as two beer nuts chatting over a few pints quickly grew into Long Island’s first and finest craft brewery. With a passion for the collision of the art and science of brewing, cofounders Mark and Pete set out to create a haven for self-discovery that would inspire themselves and a carefully chosen collection of kindred spirits to produce award-winning beer in many styles.
ABV 5.5% IBU 28
Toasted Lager was originally named for the “toasted” characteristic of our original direct-fire brick kettle. Our World Beer Cup gold medal winning flagship brew is brewed with a blend of six specialty malts for a flavor as rich and unique as the town it’s from. Toasted Lager’s balanced flavor of malt and hops makes for easy drinking and our special proprietary lager yeast produces an exceptional, long-lasting smooth finish.
ABV 4.5% IBU 19
Blue Point’s Blueberry Ale is a crisp golden ale with just a hint of blueberry flavor. Not your typical fruit-forward beer, Blueberry Ale unleashes a lively berry aroma that gives way to a well-balanced session ale that is refreshing year-round.
“…On those rare occasions though, you will find the Holy Grail of fruit beers, a balanced blend of enjoyable yet discerning flavors. Fortunately for both Blue Point and its fans, the Blueberry Ale always falls under this latter category.” – Paste Magazine
ABV: 5.5% IBU: 25
Blooming with a clean malt flavor and just a sting of honey, Honey Robber is a medium-bodied Cream Ale with a uniquely warm, golden color. This crisp, refreshing brew features slight citrus floral notes from the addition of honey and a blend of 3 hops. Brewed with 6 different cereal grains, this take on the classic American style features honey “robbed” from mid-west beekeepers for our Long Island recipe.
ABV: 4.5% IBU: 19
The delicious, refreshing taste of Summer Ale comes from a substantial portion of wheat malt added to a traditional barley malt mix which gives this delicious brew a unique tartness not found in many light ales these days. No surprise – this light, thirst-quenching brew is best enjoyed on hot summer days