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LIC Beer Project Brewery Showcase at The Ruck!

LIC Beer Project is an incredible brewery located in Queens, more specifically, Long Island City. One of the most notable breweries out of Queens, "LIC Beer Project is a collaborative journey of insight, experience, travel, education, and the goal to achieve a beer we have yet to discover. Here at LIC Beer Project we will assert integrity of purpose and imaginative vision against the slaves of the ordinary."

We encourage proper education and originality of craft beer, making The Ruck a natural stop for LIC Beer Project to call home for an evening! 

And now, THE BEER!

Higher Burnin' ( IPA 7%)
Brewed in celebration of the late 5 Pointz; NYC's Graffiti mecca. This IPA is a hazy bright orange in color with aromatics of juicy fruit, strawberry, & nectarine. Orange marmalade and candied citrus flavors emerge with a subtle piney bitterness finishing long, lush, and dry. Dry hopped with Belma, El Dorado, & Mosaic.

Porter 7.5%
Medium to light body with notes of dark chocolate on the nose. Flavors of coffee, chocolate, dark cherry, and plum. Light finish with a lingering bitterness.

Hollows ( Imperial IPA 8.5%)
Double dry hopped with Mosaic and Motueka. Blueberry, zesty citrus, lime flesh, and sweet resin. Creamy and pillowy from the massive addition of flaked oats.

Ardent Core (Farmhouse Ale 6.5%)
Our Belgian inspired golden ale brewed with our house saison yeast and generously hopped with a blend of aromatic noble hops. The final result is a softly contoured pale golden ale with an aroma rife with floral, spice and lemon character. The finish is super crisp and dry.

Slam (Wheat IPA (5%) 
Dry hopped with Columbus, Amarillo, and El Dorado. 

Coded Tiles (5% Pale Ale) 
Double dry hopped with Cascade, Citra, Simcoe, and Columbus. 

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This showcase is one of a kind for The Ruck, and we couldn't be happier we got a bunch of LIC Beer Project on the taps. See you on the 19th! Cheers!