Ten Brooklyn brewers play Hopstradamus and forecast the biggest beer trends for the coming year.
The breweries have collaborated in an attempt to recoup investments on new equipment, and you can try the beers this weekend.
The Crown Heights beer shop and bar fêtes its two-year anniversary.
Grimm’s Belgium-based collaboration with Fantôme Brewery is a dream project for cult-beer fans.
The Beerded Ladies are out to undo craft beer’s reputation as a boy’s game.
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.
Brooklyn Brew Shop’s new book implores, shows and whets the appetite not just for home brewing, but using the results of your tinkerings in craft beer culinary endeavors that totally kick ass.
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.
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.
It’s hard to say which shots from 2013 were our photo editor’s favorites. All the same, consider the following to be just a few of our highlights.
No brewery? No problem. A visit to Lauren and Joe Grimm’s Gowanus apartment confirms their penchant for experimentation and reveals the philosophy of Grimm Artisanal Ales.