The first took place last month at Kings County Distillery and the next is going down on June 27 at Van Brunt Stillhouse.
From its distillers to its chocolatiers, Industry City offers open doors and freedom of space to tenants and visitors alike. Here’s what to check out.
High on our list of participating bars include Rouge Tomate Chelsea, Pondicheri, Olmsted, Butter & Scotch, Slowly Shirley and Montana’s Trail House.
For Dolce Brooklyn, “it’s about appreciating core, essential flavors and an intensity that’s particular to gelato.”
Want to hear the farmers, bakers and cheese makers speak for themselves? Consider these Heritage Radio shows while you stream a podcast at work, at home or on the go.
When it comes to small-batch alcohol, New York’s cup runneth over.
Thanks to a happy accident of the neighborhood kind, the Daily Show editor-turned-distiller found he has much passion for grapes as he does for grains and other spirit sources.
One gets the idea that with Van Brunt Stillhouse, unlike other Brooklyn distilleries, it’s never certain what the public will get from year to year.
Textile artist Cara Piazza hosted an event where “the public engaged with natural dyes through the lens of experimentation, ritual and performance.” It was also just a good excuse to get dirty with stuff you probably have in your fridge as you read this.
It’s Sunday morning in Williamsburg and Colin Spoelman is making whiskey. On the second floor of a warehouse, in a room crowded with induction…