Philadelphians looking for a Super Bowl viewing spot look no further. City Taphouse in Logan Square a beer-centric Super Bowl party with 4 lines of Brooklyn and a chance to win a VIP trip to the Brooklyn. Winner will receive a tour of Brooklyn Brewery, 4 tickets to WWE at Barclays on March 7th and hotel accommodations. If that’s not a sweet enough incentive, City Taphouse is also offering up team-themed food specials and $5 craft pints. Make your reservation today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Don’t forget the most important detail to the best Super Bowl party ever – beer. Brooklyn’s Gina Glenn to the rescue! She’ll be hanging out at the Whole Foods in Jericho, NY doing guided tastings of all your Brooklyn options for the big game. From Brooklyn Sorachi Ace to Blast! to Greenmarket Wheat, we’ve got you covered. All Brooklyn 4packs, 6packs, and 12packs will be $1 off.
Hey North Brooklyn, if you’re looking for a Super Bowl home look no further. Camp out at No. 7 North for the big game. Pre-game begins at 5:30 with food specials like altered beast fries and General Tso’s Chicken Strips and $15 Brooklyn beer buckets.
Make good on your New Year’s resolution to jumpstart your dream of running a business in the food and drink world. Edible is hosting a panel of experts who have done just that and will be sharing their stories about getting started with you. They’ll also be answering your questions and sharing tips that helped them succeed. Tickets are FREE for print subscribers of Edible Manhattan and Brooklyn; non-subscribers can get their $5 entry tickets here. As always, events at the Brooklyn Brewery are 21+.
If there’s one thing we know that people like as much as our beer, it’s getting to keep the glass it comes in. Lucky for you, head to Eno’s Pizza Tavern & order a Pilsner, Quadraceratops, or Sorachi Ace, and you can head home with some sweet branded glassware.
Join Presentation Party Night NYC and VERBAL FIGHT CLUB NYC for a special one-off event, February 5th at The Brooklyn Brewery. We’re pairing our peer-lecture format with a debate-style smack down to shake you out of those winter doldrums.
This month’s great debate is a culinary dilemma as we navigate the choice to eat meat, or not. How ethical is a fish fillet? How good is the best steak? Does anyone actually stay vegetarian? Join the food fight as we discuss the instincts, ethics and history of the human diet. Our guest speakers’ presentations will lay the foundation for a night of group debate, drunken discourse, and of course, plenty of food for thought.
Door open at 7:30pm
Lectures and Debates starting promptly at 8:00pm
$5 Advance Tickets available at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1181968
$10 @ the Door
The Brewery will be selling delicious beers on tap for $5 tokens (one token gets you one beer!) or $20 for 5 tokens. While we thoroughly believe in giving you guys the most we can for free, the Brewery has been gracious hosts for what’s sure to be an excellent event. Don’t miss out!
Some more about the organizers:
Presentation Party Night is a monthly lecture series based in Bushwick, Brooklyn, and founded on the idea that everyone has something to teach. The event combines a party atmosphere with informational programming to make a raucous celebration of peer education, food, and beer.
Visit our website for more info: http://presentationpartynight.com/
Verbal Fight Club is a by-monthly event held in NYC where people are challenged to own their own convictions in a fun and often hilarious series of battles. Yes it’s like Fight Club as depicted in a certain movie, but you only get to verbally smack people down!
Check out more about us here: http://www.un-schools.com/#!verbal-fight-club/c223y
Prospect Heights gem, Woodwork, is celebrating their 5th anniversary. Woodwork is a go-to for everything from a FIFA fix to grabbing a pre and post Barclays drink. Come out on Saturday, February 7th, and cheers them with $7 Sorachi Ace pints and select limited edition beers from our Brewmaster’s Reserve series.
Our Gank Your Glass events are simple – buy the beer, keep the glass – but we happen to think simple is best when we’ve got beers like Sorachi Ace, Brooklyn Lager, and Dry Irish Stout on tap at Ashwood Bar & Kitchen.
This former ghost bottle was just too good to keep it a secret. K Is For Kriek starts as a dark abbey ale that is bourbon barrel-aged with whole cherries and then bottle conditioned with Brett and Champagne yeast. It is superb if we do say so ourselves, and we’re finally ready to share it with the world as a part of Brooklyn Quarterly Experiment series. Come out for your first taste at trusted wine and beer shop Amanti Vino in Montclair, NJ. From 5-8pm on February 13th Brooklyn’s Chris Vasquez will be leading guided tastings of K Is For Kriek alongside Sorachi Ace and Greenmarket Wheat. This beer is perfect for cellaring so take two home, one for now and one for later.
Let Brooklyn be your valentine. Brooklyn’s Camille Gonzalez will be leading a guided tasting of some of our most excellent drinking companions on Saturday, February 14th at DeCicco’s in Cornwall, NY. Come and be one of the first to taste Sorachi Ace in it’s new 12oz bottle as well as winter favorite, Black Chocolate Stout. Fans of barrel-aging and bottle re-fermentation will enjoy Brooklyn newest Quarterly Experiment, K Is For Kriek, a dark abbey ale aged on whole cherries. Truly, whatever your type, there’s something for you.
Brooklyn Sorachi Ace, bottles and draft for growler fills
Brooklyn Greenmarket Wheat
Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout
K Is For Kriek