Brooklyn Kura aims to pioneer a New York sake identity.
The Brooklyn-based kombucha maker bottles novel commercial kombucha flavors like celery juniper, pomegranate rose and turmeric aloe.
The Carroll Gardens’ brewery’s first IPA festival called Green City is an unprecedented opportunity to enjoy the world’s top brewers in one place.
With City Brew Tours, you’ll have a designated driver, expert tour guide, either lunch or dinner and, of course, plenty of beer.
Lightly salted cashews, dried mango slices and cheese are delicious pairings for Tröegs First Cut IPA and Perpetual IPA.
Noticing that beer sometimes suffers from a “man’s drink” stereotype, Katarina Martinez of Lineup Brewing is trying to invite more women to the table.
Sol Sips has instituted a sliding scale of prices that aims to make her menu of plant-based green smoothies, juices and vegan eats accessible to lower income communities.
Cusqueña may be a departure from the craft brews I’m used to drinking in New York, but that’s not a bad thing.
If you’ve tried Georgian wine in New York, chances are it’s from one of the 22 wineries who Chris Terrell works with.
With kombucha, beer and more, Island to Island Taproom at 642 Rogers in Prospect Lefferts Gardens offers an all-day craft beverage selection.
The Red Hook brewery wants to disrupt the culture of waiting hours in line for exclusive brews.
Furnace Creek Farm’s herbal elixirs sell out at the Union Square and Grand Army Plaza Greenmarkets.