The Nordic-focused coffee shop highlights an impressive selection of brews from the region.
Joe and Lauren Grimm, the Gowanus-based couple nomadically brewing as Grimm Artisanal Ales, are debuting a new beer at Sycamore on Friday: Bees with a Buzz — a version of Bees in the Trappe aged in brandy barrels.
Sixpoint and BeerAdvocate have raised nearly $100,000 for the not-for-profit clinic and no-kill shelter since 2011 that helps “animals receive low-cost and funded veterinary services and raising awareness for the animals in our adoption center looking for a home.”
Earlier this year, five New York homebrewers paired with five New York breweries to create a special brew. The amateurs will share the fruits of that experience this Saturday, alongside their respective paired professionals, at NY Pro-Am Brew P.I.T.
The brewmaster of Fort Greene’s Greenpoint Beer Works, home to Heartland Brewery and KelSo Beer Co., Taylor is constantly brainstorming with others to create intriguing exclusives — like our own Edible Ale.
The first keg, tapped on Monday, was already finished by Wednesday.
Eric Steen’s Brew Pub, which will be at this weekend’s Food Book Fair, will be a “pop-up speakeasy serving beer from local homebrewers to explore this private hobby in a public setting.” Cheers to that.
Queens has quietly exploded into the beeriest borough of New York City. Starting tomorrow, Queens Beer Week will be a ten-day exploration and appreciation of the borough’s thriving beerbounty.
Our first installment of “What We’re Drinking” features Tiny Dancer: a collaboration between Carroll Gardens’ Other Half Brewing and Park Slope’s Mission Dolores.
Brooklyn’s first brewery/restaurant is hosting its Grand Opening tomorrow, March 13. Here’s what will be on tap.
The SALO Project’s Yana Gilbuena is embarking on a 50-week, cross-country series of Filipino pop-up dinners with Feastly in an effort to represent Filipino food stateside.
GrowNYC estimates 6,000 pounds of New York-grown grains were used for tonight’s NYC Brewer’s Choice. In celebration of this Greenmarket Regional Grains Project, here are nine special beers that you should try.