If you’re lburger_noresooking for a beer to satisfy your New Year’s Resolution, make no mistake –  No Resolutions isn’t it. This beer is not only a testament to our mindest during this time of year, but it is also a very complex and full-bodied IPA with a heavy hop guarantee. No Res pairs perfectly with big, indulgent foods which lead to our collaboration with bars & restaurants throughout New York, New Jersey and Connecticut where you can find it paired with the most indulgent items on their menus. Read below for the full list of places you can go to live life No Resolutions over the coming weeks and months. Many of these pairings are discounted specials that are only available for a limited time, so don’t miss your chance to go big! 



$10 – 16 oz. Pint of No Resolutions IPA with 10 ounces of juicy Angus ground chuck topped with fresh mozzarella cheese, roasted red peppers, balsamic truffle glaze & fried prosciutto on a freshly baked brioche bun  — Address: 3718 E Tremont Ave, Bronx, NY 


$16.95 – 12 oz. Can of No Resolutions IPA with The Cowboy Burger, including jalapeno’s onion, jack cheese, bacon, mushroom and chipolte aioli — Address: 5816 Mosholu Ave, Bronx, NY


$17 – Pint of No Resolutions IPA with a Sloppy Joe with onion rings and fries — Address: 3713 Riverdale Ave, Bronx, NY 


$17 – 12 oz. Can of No Resolutions IPA with their Alehouse Burger — Address: 216 W 238th St, Bronx, NY 


$14.95 – 12 oz. Can of No Resolutions IPA with the Mott Haven Burger — Address: 1 Bruckner Blvd, Bronx, NY 



$18 – Cuban Sandwich & 12 oz. can of No Resolutions IPA — Address: 4476 Broadway, New York, NY


$15 – No Resolutions IPA, Disco Tater Tots with Bacon & jalapenos — Address: 66 Rivington St, New York, NY 


$18 – No Resolutions IPA, Burger & a shot of bourbon — Address: 367 3rd Ave, New York, NY 


$18 – No Resolutions IPA with a Grass-Fed Burger with Portobello mushrooms, swiss, homemade garlic aloi, and onion jam on a homemade brioche + a side of fries — Address: 854 W 181st St, New York, NY 


$12.50 – 12 oz. can of No Resolutions IPA with a Hank’s Juicy Beef — Address: 84 Chambers St, New York, NY 


$12.50 – 12 oz. can of No Resolutions IPA with a 6-piece order of Wings — 302 W 51st St, New York, NY 



$16.99 – A Pint of No Resolutions IPA with their Hurricane Burger — 310 Main St, Bradley Beach, NJ 


$18.99 – A Pint of No Resolutions IPA with their Too Hot To Handle Burger– 141 Bright St, Jersey City, NJ


$18.99 – A 20 oz. Pint of No Resolutions IPA with the Southwest Cheddar Burger — Address: 58 New St, Newark, NJ 



$20 – A Pint of No Resolutions IPA with Sports Cafe 189’s Tavern Burger featuring Kobe beef, bacon, an american-muenster blend, and tomato, all encased in baked Italian bread — Address: 189 Federal Rd, Brookfield, CT 


$15 – A 12 oz. can of No Resolutions IPA a dozen of wood fired wings. — Address: 35 Lake Ave Ext, Danbury, CT 


$18 – A Pint of No Resolutions IPA with the Bird’s Nest Burger – topped with cheesy mac, bacon, beer bartered onion rings and Jameson Honey BBQ. —  Address: 261 Orange St, New Haven, CT 
2017 Community Statement

2017 Community Statement

Dear Friends,

As a small business in the community since 2011, the operator of a public retail space since 2014, and a lead sponsor of the New York Restoration Project’s Haven Project, we have learned a lot about the South Bronx — both its rich and dynamic culture, as well as its long history of neglect and challenges — over the years.

We recently had the opportunity to hold a series of engaging meetings with leaders in this community, including members of South Bronx Unite, who have also collaborated on the Haven Project. Over beers, they shared with us their deep passion for, serious concerns with, and vision for the neighborhood.

We discovered that we share many of the same values and hopes for this community. In particular, improving the environment and the health and wellness of residents, workers, and visitors to the South Bronx is a key priority for both of us. The South Bronx is facing a very serious threat to its air quality due to the heavy emissions coming from a high volume of trucks coming in and out of the neighborhood on a daily basis from both businesses and city & state utilities. It has been given the unfortunate nickname of “asthma alley” since the residents of the South Bronx deal with a higher number of respiratory illnesses compared to anywhere else in the country, especially among children. Studies have shown that rates of death from asthma are 3x higher in Bronx County vs. the National average. This is not the type of air we want our customers to be breathing while they enjoy a beer in our outdoor space and it’s certainly not what we want future generations from the South Bronx to have to endure as they grow up in this community.

Another area of concern is the overall safety and comfort of pedestrian foot traffic in our neighborhood. The heavy volume of trucks and vehicle traffic can at times make walking around the neighborhood, including to and from our brewer, an uncomfortable and dangerous experience for many people. These walks can also be unpleasant due to the amount of garbage dumped illegally on the streets, along with litter. There are no city trash barrels or regular trash pick-ups, so we, unfortunately, see too much trash build-up on our neighborhood streets.

We have identified a few specific actions that we as a small brewery can act upon immediately to help improve on the aforementioned challenges in our community:

• Work with city government and offending companies to eliminate short-term and overnight parking of trash and other hauling companies’ trucks, and illegal dumping, with regular pick-ups

• Work with the city to install trash receptacles on all corners in our Port Morris neighborhood

• Identify key traffic safety hazards and lobby the city for safer pedestrian passage (e.g., crosswalk at Bruckner Blvd at 138th Street).
Going forward, we are committed to staying vigilant and working more closely with community leaders and organizations to identify additional opportunities where we, as a brewery and as individuals, can help to effect positive change in the community.

We founded this company on the idea that beer is uniquely able to bring people together and we built this brewery with the intent of the brewery being a space for the community to socialize and collaborate on ideas. We look forward to sharing a beer with you in the near future.


The Bronx Brewery Team

Winter Boogie Down Set

Winter Boogie Down Set

Looking for a variety pack as Diverse as NYC? Look no further. The Bronx Brewery proudly presents a group of ales ranging from the simple to the complex, from the bold to the easy drinker. The Boogie Down Set is a friend to new Bronx Beer drinkers who wants to try them all before deciding on a 6 or 8-pack, and it’s here for the passionate vet who loves all of our brands, but doesn’t want to commit to just one on a given occasion. Grab some variety.


The Boogie Down Set will always feature our 3 core beers – our flagship American Pale Ale, No Resolutions IPA, and Golden Easy Ale, Bronx Banner. For the 4th brew in the pack, we’ve decided to switch things up a bit this year and slate in a seasonal Pale Ale. This season, it’s our Winter Pale Ale w/ spices – an amber colored beer, featuring a blend of Cinnamon, Molasses, Ginger and Clove – not to mention some pretty sweet NYC-ified cans. Check it out!

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