April 2018

All posts from April 2018

2018 TAP NY

on April 28, 2018 No comments

We are proud to announce that out of more than a 100 NY breweries we have won best overall beer in the state and took home the Governor’s Brewers Cup this year at Tap NY. We were awarded Gold for ‘There and Back Again’ Cherry sour and Silver for our DIPA ‘Sexual Fluctuation’, a collaboration with District 96. Thank You to all of you who voted. We appreciate and recognize all the support you’ve shown us!

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rpetroni@alum.mit.edu2018 TAP NY

Fluctuation!

on April 26, 2018 No comments

This Saturday 4/28 from 11:30am-6pm at the brewery, along with Harvester of Simcoe, we will have cans of Fluctuation (8.1% ABV) for sale. $20 per four pack limit 1 case per person, limits subject to change.

Fluctuation is aromatic and juicy. It pours a very hazy tangerine color, releasing intense tropical aromatics of passion fruit, mango, pineapple, and lychee with an undercurrent of sorbet and cream. This Fluctuation tastes highly juicy, resinous, and tropical with an assertive yet soft bitterness. We consider Fluctuation to be perfectly unbalanced.

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rpetroni@alum.mit.eduFluctuation!

Harvester of Simcoe!

on April 25, 2018 No comments

This Saturday 4/28 from 11:30am-6pm at the brewery, we will have cans of Harvester of Simcoe (8.8% DIPA) for sale. $20 per four pack, limit 1 case per person (limits subject to change).

This batch of Harvester has us very excited. It utilizes simcoe supplied from a new hop ranch and its some of the best we’ve come across yet. Expect this batch to show a more exaggerated tropical profile than batches passed.

Harvester of Simcoe has aromas of passion fruit, bright pine, berry and earth, followed by some bready notes. The taste is a creamy pine flavor supported by tropical notes and a firm but rounded bitterness. This is one of our favorite batches to date as it not only uses the new hops but also exhibits the EQ juice finish we have been experimenting with.

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rpetroni@alum.mit.eduHarvester of Simcoe!

on April 24, 2018 No comments

Hey Buffalo! The Moor Pat is hosting us this Saturday for a tap takeover and can sale. They will have cans of Fractal Galaxy for sale along with SIX lines on Equilibrium beer on tap, including Sexual Fluctuation, our collaboration with District 96. Check out The Moor Pat’s page in the coming days for full details.

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Cornhole winners!

on April 23, 2018 No comments

Congratulations to Marty and Tom on winning our corn hole tournament this past Saturday! We raised $902 for the City of Middletown.

We would also like to announce that Equilibrium Brewery will be matching the funds raised for the Marshall & Sterling Insurance Run 4 Downtown campaign which will help fund Erie Way Park, a green space behind the brewery bringing the total raised to $1804!

A huge Thank You to everyone who came out on Saturday to help us raise money for the cause.

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rpetroni@alum.mit.eduCornhole winners!

HV craft breweries!

on April 20, 2018 No comments

We are honored to be included in USA TODAY’s piece on Hudson Valley Craft Breweries.
With so much to do, see, drink and eat in the Hudson Valley, dreams of making it a destination trip for beer lovers is slowly coming together and we couldn’t be happier.

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rpetroni@alum.mit.eduHV craft breweries!

Glass Rinsers!

on April 19, 2018 No comments

Just in time for Saturday, our portable glass rinsers are here! We just took delivery of these three repurposed barrels so you could rinse your glass in the share area while sampling beers of the world. They will be scattered about on Saturday. A huge Thank You to Jordan Bailey, who fabricated these for us!

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rpetroni@alum.mit.eduGlass Rinsers!

Fractal Galaxy!

on April 18, 2018 No comments

This Saturday 4/21 from 1pm-6pm at the brewery and In addition to Sexual Fluctuation, we will also be selling cans of Fractal Galaxy (6.8% ABV) – our first 100% Galaxy IPA at $16 per four pack, limit 1 case per person. We’re very happy how Galaxy interplays with our hopping and fermentation. It pours a milky-straw yellow releasing aroma of passion fruit, guava, and clean tropical fruits. The taste is a chewy and creamy tropical flavor supported by a firm but rounded bitterness.
We will also have crowlers of Photon ($10), Mobius ($12), TABA ($12), dHop5 ($14), dHop9 ($14), and dHop10 ($14).

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rpetroni@alum.mit.eduFractal Galaxy!