We’re taking over the taps at Rulis International Kitchen on September 17th. Stop by for a taste of: -Brooklyn Oktoberfest -Brooklyn Blast! -Brooklyn Weizenhammer -Brooklyn Sorachi Ace -Brookly Brown Ale -Brooklyn Lager
Treat your wrists to a night of free pinball with Whopper Wednesdays at the Library Square Public House. Take on an array of classic pinball machines fueled by $6 beer and wings specials and $10 pitchers. Doors open at 6 PM and league play commences at 7 PM, so be sure to come early to bask in pinball glory. Miss it this Wednesday? Don’t worry, we’ll still be there next Wednesday.
What’s more fall than Oktoberfest and Sausages? If you love those two things then Brooklyn’s Miles Moser and Bru in Philly have the perfect event planned for you. On Wednesday, September 17th, they’re pairing Brooklyn Oktoberfest and Post Road Pumpkin Ale with house-made wursts, which incorporate the beers they’re paired with. If that wasn’t enough for you, make sure to check out Bru’s cool self-serve tap system. You can take that Brooklyn beer home with you.
The War Correspondents series is back at Brooklyn Brewery in 2014. The series features Brooklyn Brewery Co-Founder and former foreign correspondent, Steve Hindy interviewing a host of journalists and photojournalists who have reported from all corners of the world. On September 17, Steve sit down with Philip Gourevitch, author of the award-winning book We Wish To Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families: Stories from Rwanda. The series benefits the nonprofit organization RISC (Reporters Instructed in Saving Colleagues), which provides free advanced first aid training to independent conflict reporters, photographers and filmmakers. Tickets are $25 and include one beer; purchase yours here.
-A Brooklyn Oktoberfest
-A brat & chips
-A raffle ticket for a Brooklyn Longboard.
Banish fear of foamy beer. On September 24th skies will clear; our Brooklyn Defender is swooping in to rescue and revive with her bold deliciousness. Join Brooklyn’s Patrick Donovan as he leads the charge at Pony Bar in Hell’s Kitchen. Brooklyn Defender will be on tap alongside fellow Brooklyn favorites, and Patrick will be giving away limited edition pint glasses while supplies last. He’s even got two 3-day passes destined for one lucky fan. When the Brooklyn Defender signals, meet us at the bar.
We’ve been waiting for the right opportunity to introduce Nya Carnegiebryggeriet to New York City, and then the celebration of all tasty Scandinavian things, NORTH festival, came along. For the first time since the opening of our Swedish sister brewery, our two chefs, Billy White (Stockholm) and Andrew Gerson (Brooklyn) will be sharing the kitchen.
Together they will recreate the menu at the brewery’s own Nya Carnegie restaurant. Brewmaster Garrett Oliver, who has developed the Nya Carnegie recipes with our Swedish brewers, will lead this beer dinner, illuminating on the exciting. Nya Carnegie beers will be available in NYC at many of the other NORTH events, but this is the only dinner that will feature the profoundly good food coming out of Chef White’s kitchen.
Join our table to share in the spoils of what is sure to be a one of a kind evening. Check out the menu, then get your ticket.
Seared shrimp, crawfish boil essence, corn puree, confit tomatoes, micro green salad
Nya Carnegiebryggeriet Akvawit
Scallop and apple crudo
Brooklyn Brewery Sorachi Ace
Kams, brown butter and sage
Nya Carnegiebryggeriet J.A.C.K
Venison, Jerusalem artichokes, and pumpkin
Nya Carnegiebryggeriet Lumen in Tenebris
Pork fritter, bread and butter pickles, house mustard, sweet potato puree
Nya Carnegiebryggeriet Krakatau
Chocolate mousse, crystal malt whipped cream and salted caramel
Carnegie Special 175th Anniversary Porter
Tickets are available through the NORTH website here:
The Office Beer Bar has answered the wild beer call with simultaneous Tap Attacks at their Ridgewood and Cranford locations. On September 18th, we’re celebrating the release of our newest Brewmaster’s Reserve, Weizenhammer with beer glorious beer. You can enjoy Lager, Oktoberfest, Pumpkin, Pilsner right alongside this delectable weizenbock. Meet us at the bar!
’s becoming a tradition here at the brewery to spend one night each month guffawing at Tom Shillue and his cohort of expert storytellers. Tom, if you don’t already know, is a master tale spinner and each month he and our partners, Brooklyn Based put together a program of great, true stories from various raconteurs and call it “Tom Shillue’s Funny Story.” The show has been a hit so far, and for $10 (including a beer), it’s a real bargain too. Join us on Thursday, September 18th at 8pm for laughs and good times.
Come see what autumn is like in Brooklyn, and get some free glassware as a bonus. On September 11th, stop by Cool Beans for the newest Brooklyn seasonals: Post Road Pumpkin & Brooklyn Oktoberfest, and keep the glass they come in!