Sixpoint Brewery’s Holiday Concert and Beer Festival

This Saturday, Sixpoint Brewery and SubCulture are teaming up for their First Annual Sixpoint Holiday Concert and Beer Festival. From 3 – 7 PM, SubCulture will open their doors for a night of music, beer and holiday cheer.

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This Saturday, Sixpoint Brewery and SubCulture are teaming up with Anything Anything Radio Show for their First Annual Sixpoint Holiday Concert and Beer Festival. From 3 – 7 PM, SubCulture will open their doors for a night of music, beer and holiday cheer.

The event will feature a top-secret “up-and-coming R&B-based boogie-woogie rock group,” and over the next few days, Sixpoint will reveal additional local indie and jazz bands through Facebook and Twitter.

Throughout the concert, Sixpoint will be offering unlimited tastes of 12 of their Brooklyn-brewed beers, including: Crisp Lager, Sweet Action, Bengali Tiger IPA, Oktoberfest Lager, Resin, Double IPA, Global Warmer, The Brothers Quinn Rauchbier, Spice of Life Single-Hop IPA, Apostle IPA, Gorilla Warfare Coffee Porter, The Incredible Mild (Small Imperial Stout) and Mad Scientists #17.

The best part? In the holiday spirit of giving, net proceeds will be donated to The Humane Society of New York, a nonprofit that prevents animal cruelty and treats over 36,000 sick, injured or homeless dogs and cats each year.

Sixpoint is only selling 100 tickets, so if you want a spot at this concert, be sure to act now. Early bird tickets are still available here.

SubCulture is located at 45 Bleecker Street in Manhattan.

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When Marissa was a little girl, she threw her bottle and pacifier down the stairs and begged for "real food." More than two decades later, her passion for real food has grown into a part of her everyday life. Marissa graduated in May 2014 with a Masters in Food Studies from NYU, where she focused her research on food politics and food culture. She has taught children’s nutrition, gardening and cooking classes for the past four years, and she will spend the next academic year as a FoodCorps service member in Guilford County, North Carolina.