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.
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.
The first installment of our ongoing collaboration with Kelso Beer Company is now available at a tap near you.
For New York City Beer Week, you can expect the opportunity to tour the caves beneath the former site of Nassau Brewing Company. Beer tastings to follow, too.
We happily announce the arrival of KelSo’s newest beer: “Edible Ale” — a quarterly and local brew inspired in part by our four sister publications.
If you joined us at Good Beer 2013 in July, you already know that the evening was a knockout. The room was packed with a sold-out crowd and over 60 of our favorite restaurant, food, and drink artisans, in addition to cider makers, spirit brands, and (of course) terrific breweries.
To celebrate the announcement of the New York City Brewers Guild–what, you didn’t know about the new coalition of city breweries?–the Guild is holding a party and tasting on May 22nd at Brooklyn Brewery.
Last week local cheesemongers, milk purveyors, ice cream makers and butter churners took over the giant white space–fitting for a dairy-filled evening–at The Openhouse Gallery in Soho. From the sweet to the savory, the endless samples reminded us why we love all things dairy.
We’ve got dairy, we’ve got food trucks and we’ve got wine! Basically, your taste buds will be spoiled rotten over the next few months.
Four Thieves introduces the first local artisanal malt vinegar made with Kelso beers.
One man brews for two boroughs.
At first glance Fette Sau is reminiscent of the little highway barbecue shacks down South: a few sun-bleached picnic tables, brown paper-lined half sheet…