Blue Point Oyster Lager

Local oyster shells and artisan sea salt give this tart wheat lager a subtle salinity, while fresh watermelon juice balances the unique tartness with a touch of refreshing sweetness. This contrast creates a crisp lager that bursts with the taste of summers spent along the shores of Long Island.

ABV: 4.6 IBU: 19 OG: Availability: June - August

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Blue Point Oyster Ale

This bold Belgian-style Quadrupel Ale features dark candi sugar, star anise, sweet orange peel and grains of paradise for a complex, full flavor that’s enhanced by the salinity of local oyster shells. The addition of plum lends fruit character to highlight the esters of the Belgian-style yeast used in this rich spiced ale.

ABV: 8.2 IBU: 27 OG: 1.080 Availability: April - June

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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: September - October

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