Join Brewmaster Garrett Oliver at the Clube da Carne on Tuesday, March 11 at 12:00 pm for a celebration of beer and meat. Garrett will be your guide through several courses highlighting the beautiful harmony of well-seasoned meat and excellent beers. Tickets are yours for just R$150,00 each and are sure to go quickly. Call +55 (41) 3030-2468 for more information and tickets today.
On March 11 at Pork Slope, we’ll bid adieu for the season to the much loved Bar Food Blowout series with one final dinner prepared by pizzaiolo extraordinaire, Justin Bazdarich, of Speedy Romeo. As always, the meal is $20 and includes a Slippery Slope, the shot-drink special featuring Brooklyn Lager and Powers Whiskey. Justin has quite the menu planned, which he describes as, “Sliders, Shrooms & Stix!” With three seatings this time, there will be room for everyone, but you’ll need a reservation before grabbing a seat. Make one here:
Smack in the middle of the hustle and bustle of SXSW, Brooklyn Country Cantina, hosted by the newly-opened Licha’s Cantina is sure to be a relaxing respite. Approximately 25 Americana, country, and roots bands will play on two outdoor stages, while food and drink specials abound. Set times are still TBA, but some of the bands you’ll be seeing are:
JD Wilkes and the Dirt Daubers
The Whiskey Gentry
Tall Tall Trees
Daddy Long Legs
The Cactus Blossoms
Presentation Party Night is a free monthly party & lecture series, 6 short presentations on any topic followed by a Q&A. As always, we’ve got the beers plus there’ll be plenty of Brooklyn Salsa Company provisions to power your brain as your cram it with new knowledge.
Join them on Sunday, March 16th at Bat Haus. Doors are at 7pm, learning starts at 8pm.
Come celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with an all-out assault on Stoneyard Bar & Grill’s tap system. Brooklyn’s Lindsey Styborski will be pouring perennial and seasonal beers along with our newest Brewmaster’s Reserve, Hammarby Syndrome. In true St. Paddy’s day style, this is also a Black & Brooklyn event, and we’ll be celebrating that perfect combination of our flagship, Brooklyn Lager, and our seasonal Dry Irish Stout by offering these pints for $4. Plus giveaways galore. Plus all-day specials on Bangers & Mash and Cabbage & Corned Beef. What more could you want to celebrate Ireland’s patron saint!
Brooklyn Dry Irish Stout
Brooklyn Hammarby Syndrome
If you’re going to one event on March 19, make it this one. Here at the brewery we’ll be hosting Girls’ Pint Out in their inaugural event to support Hollaback!, the movement to end street harassment. Girls Pint Out is a national craft beer organization for women interested in craft beer. We’ll be joined by ladies from all the breweries below to share beers and stories and celebrate the 8th birthday of Hollaback!
Broken Bow Brewery
Empire Brewing Co.
Grimm Artisanal Ales
Harlem Brewing Co.
Ithaca Beer Co.
Kelso Beer Co.
Moustache Brewing Co.
Two Roads Brewing Co.
Yonkers Brewing Co.
Radiant Pig Craft Beers
Price includes a bevy of local beer tastings, Sigmund’s Pretzels and, very importantly, cake. And it’s all going to a good cause. We try not to get political, but this is pretty awesome. Tickets are $35; get them here:
Support Brooklyn coach, Rich Jarvis, ringside at the Brawl at the Hall at City Beer Hall on Thursday, March 20. We’re going head-to-head with Brown’s Brewing Company. The 14 round bout will feature 7 of Brooklyn Brewery’s finest versus 7 of Brown’s brews. The final, knockout round is cask to cask. All pints are $6, and there’s a free personal pizza with each pint. The list of contenders is below. Get ready, Brown’s, to be down for the count.
+ Brooklyn Pilsner vs Brown’s Pilsner
+ Brooklyn Weisse vs Brown’s Weisse
+ Brooklyn Pennant vs Brown’s Pale Ale
+ Brooklyn Brown Ale vs Brown’s Brown Ale
+ Brooklyn East India Pale Ale vs Brown’s IPA
+ Brooklyn Sorachi Ace vs Brown’s Porter
+ Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout vs Brown’s Imperial Stout
+ Brooklyn Best Bitter Cask vs Brown’s ESB Cask
On Friday March 21st, The Garces Foundation is kicking off their Young Professionals Group with a party at Hip Philly in the Piazza.The Garces Foundation is Chef Jose Garces’ organization, committed to ensuring that Philadelphia’s immigrant community has access to medical, educational, and nutritional services. Dress in your casual best for snacks, spirits, and beer, unlimited access with ticket. Remember the night with pictures from the photo booth and be sure to stop by the info table to find out how you can “serve more” by getting involved in GF activities.
Join Brooklyn’s Rich Jarvis at the Desmond in Albany, NY on March 22 for a very special all-New York State Brew fest, Craft Beer New York. The New York State Brewers Association has invited us to show off some of our finest beers. We’ll be there alongside 29 other New York State breweries pouring two beers of our own, which will be complimented by a number of local food items and live music. Tickets are $40 in advance, $50 on the day of. Purchase them here:
It’s time again for everyone’s slideshow-meets-potluck, and this time, in collaboration with the Red Hook Crit, Slideluck is curating a show of bicycle-related works by local and international artists. On March 28, Slideluck will bring it’s trademark mix of art show presentation and communal dining to Pioneer Works in Red Hook. Tickets are $15 at the door and include dinner and the show. We’ll bring the beer.