July 4th is but one day. You have a month to fill!
Thank your lucky stars if you’re an IPA fan.
This week, we celebrate Good Beer, attend the Garden Hack Summit and check out Vendy Plaza at La Marqueta.
This week, we’re hanging with José Andrés at Food Loves Tech, celebrating the return of seasonal farmers markets, going to a pop-up dinner in Prospect Park and more.
Brooklyn Brew Shop’s DIY take on Brooklyn Brewery’s Sorachi Ace hits the market on September 18.
Hungry? Our events calendar has loads of Edible events around the city, like the local brew-ha-ha tap-happy 5th annual Good Beer (get tickets here while you still can!), a social soiree of the New Amsterdam Market kind, a Saturday-centric NY beer expo, and much more. Here’s what’s happening this week:
When we think about all the fantastic, frothy, hoppy goodness coming our way at the end of the month, we can barely stein it! We mean stand it! See? Beer on the brain.
As I sit here, sipping this Summer Weizen Ale from Smuttynose Brewing Company and feeling a heck of a lot better about this work day, I’ll tell you reasons why you, my fellow suds lovers, should be drinking beer soon, too.
If you still haven’t gotten your ticket to Good Beer–our yearly celebration of suds and food–it’s time to get it now. The fun kicks off next Tuesday at 6 pm and will feature a lineup of brews and pairings to wow thirsty folks of all beer persuasions.
From pretzels and pletzels and pizza to shrimp rolls and chopped liver and duck blinis and banh mi, we ate well at Good Beer last year. More beer and food anyone?
Tickets to Good Beer–our yearly celebration of suds and food–are going fast. Last year’s event was a hit and we’re sure that the lineup of brews and pairings will once again please the masses.
Sam Adams and the Red Hook Lobster Pound truck got together at David Burke kitchen last week and, in what could be a preview to Good Beer on July 31st, showed how well beer and lobster rolls go together. Brewer Jennifer Glanville pointed out how the bright complexities of the Summer Ale are balanced by the richness of lobster.