Since March, we’ve been geeking out anytime a beer delivery includes a new release from Decadent Ales, and last week was no exception. Last week’s huge drop of Decadent cans, featuring five new beers from this nanobrewery in Upstate New York, took our adoration for this brewery to a whole new level. We’ve spent a lot of time this week scrolling through Decadent’s social media feeds and getting excited about what’s next from this new up-and-coming brewery that is killing the game.
We were actually pretty shocked by the lack of information available online about this brewery and so we decided to do some digging of our own. Here’s what we know about the guys at Decadent Ales, a brewery that keeps surprising us and hooking us with their exciting flavor profiles, quirky can art, and finger-on-the-pulse approach to craft beer.
Decadent Ales is still relatively new to the craft beer scene, founded in June of 2016 by Paul Pignataro, Jim LeRay, and Andrew LeRay. Located in Mamaroneck, NY, this Hudson Valley nanobrewery is already turning heads nationwide.
Initially located in an 1,800 square foot space underneath a chocolate shop, the guys brewed on a one-barrel system. Focusing on New England style IPAs and dessert-inspired pastry stouts, their proximity to a chocolate shop seems pretty fitting to us. No surprise, they quickly outgrew their space and started conversations with Half Time Beverage to develop on-site brewing facilities and a tap room at the New York mega-retail shop. Decadent closed their initial location and moved to contract brewing, working with Thimble Island Brewing Company and Dorchester Brewing Company.
The conversations and planning with Half Time Beverage continued, and in 2017 plans to build and move into the space began. Fast forward to Summer of 2018– the tanks are installed, and Decadent Ales is in their final stages of opening their tap room and new location. The current word on the street is that they’ll open in September, which means it’s time for everyone to start planning their next beercations to Upstate New York.
What’s on the docket in terms of new beers from Decadent? It looks like they’re returning to some of their popular pastry stouts this Fall, are launching more milkshake IPAs, and have a few collaborations with Evil Twin in the works.
Interested in trying out some beers from Decadent Ales? We’re trying to get our hands on as many of their beers as possible. At time of publication, Cappy’s currently had the following beers in stock:
Wild Berry Smoothie