New York Oyster Stout

Rich in calcium carbonate, oyster shells started appearing in beer in the early 1900s. It is believed that shells were used as finings to clarify the beer and that their calcium carbonate content may have improved the water chemistry. At any rate, with all of the oysters around Long Island, it only made sense for us to take a crack at brewing a version of our own. Today, we use local oyster shells and bay salt as a modern method of continuing the tradition of the style.

ABV: 5.5 IBU: 27 OG: 1.067 Availability: Year-Round

Available in Firkin - Check it out!

Blue Point Oyster Series

New York has a long and rich history with oysters. In fact, when Henry Hudson arrived in what is now New York City in 1609, he found harbors abundant with nearly half the world’s oyster population. The most popular variety was the briny Bluepoint, discovered in the waters surrounding Blue Point, a small town on Long Island’s South Shore – and our namesake.

Back in the day, oysters and beer were the original pair and commonplace in local bars. Blue Point is bringing this tradition back in a way only we can. Stay tuned for our next innovation! 

ABV: TBD IBU: TBD OG: Availability: June - August

Available in Firkin - Check it out!

Blue Point Oyster Series

New York has a long and rich history with oysters. In fact, when Henry Hudson arrived in what is now New York City in 1609, he found harbors abundant with nearly half the world’s oyster population. The most popular variety was the briny Bluepoint, discovered in the waters surrounding Blue Point, a small town on Long Island’s South Shore – and our namesake.

Back in the day, oysters and beer were the original pair and commonplace in local bars. Blue Point is bringing this tradition back in a way only we can. Stay tuned for our next innovation! 

ABV: TBD IBU: TBD OG: 1.080 Availability: September - November

Available in Firkin - Check it out!