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New Yorker Brewing Company from Utica, New York, United States are owned by Costco Wholesale Corporation and contract brew on the East Coast through F.X. Matt Brewing Company...

New Yorker Brewing Company


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New Yorker Brewing Company
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New Yorker Brewing Company from Utica, New York, United States are owned by Costco Wholesale Corporation and contract brew on the East Coast through F.X. Matt Brewing Company...
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New Yorker Brewing Company
Address: c/o F.X. Matt Brewing Company,
Utica,
New York,
United States
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New Yorker Brewing Company
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New Yorker Brewing Company
ABV:5.5%
IBU's:22
Style:American Ale > American Pale Ale
ABV:5.4%
IBU's:35
Availability:Year round
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