The Real McCoy unveils a new IPA for a new year

Mike Bellini
The Real McCoy, which bills itself very specifically as "Delmar's first nano craft brewery," is releasing a new IPA on tap for New Year's Eve day.

"Not sure what I will call this one yet," says owner/brewmaster  Mike Bellini, who notes that his new product was "made using Queen City Malt from Buffalo, and hopped with my very own homegrown Brewers Gold for bittering and some Loral, Calypso and Equinox for aroma and a unique taste."

He'll be filling growlers from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday at the 20 Hallwood Road taproom near the Town of Bethlehem hamlet's Four Corners commercial intersection.

Bellini, who began as a hoimebrfewer, started The Real McCoy in a garage about 15 months ago, and already had to expand his brewing equiment to meet quickly growing local demand.

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