A spectacular setting for New York City’s premier craft beer spectacle of the year, the New York City Brewers Guild hosts its Opening Night Bash at the iconic Vanderbilt Hall in Grand Central Terminal featuring rare and obscure beers from 30 breweries from NYC and friends around the region and across the country.
The $75 ticket gets you unlimited samples from your favorite breweries, with some of the finest food vendors NYC has to offer providing light snacks through the night. We’ll be bringing Hammarby Syndrome & 1/2 Ale.
Help up end homelessness in New York. Come out to The Church of Messiah on December 14th for One NIght in Greenpoint, a benefit for Common Ground. The musical lineup features Luke Temple of Here We Go Magic, Jo Schornikow of Phosphorescent, Woodsman, Laura & Greg, Single Ben, Eastern Midwestern, Level II and DJ Pumpkin Patch. Beverages will be lovingly provided by Brooklyn Brewery and a Van Leeuwen truck will be dishing up their scrumptious artisan ice cream.
Tickets are only $7 ahead or $10 at the door. 100% of ticket sales will be donated to Common Ground.
The New York City Brewers Guild hosts its much anticipated fundraiser for the 6th annual NYC Beer Week (February 21-March 2, 2014) featuring all of the NYCBG member breweries at the Brooklyn Brewery on Thursday, December 5th. This event will feature a stunning amount of rare and exotic craft beers from the city’s best breweries.
Representing Brooklyn Brewery will be the Late Bottle Vintage Black Ops, 2005 Black Chocolate Stout and Ghost Beer Kriek. Enjoy unlimited tastes of these delicious beers as well as all of the following:
508 GastroBrewery’s Imperial DarmStout and Honey Brew Brew, Bronx Brewery’s Pale Ale, Black Pale Ale and a specially spiced firkin of Black Pale Ale, Chelsea’s Bourbon Barrel Aged Black Hole XXX Stout and Hop Angel IPA, City Island’s debut of City Island Black Ale, Coney Island’s Seas the Day IPL and Barrel-aged Blockhead, Eataly Birreria’s Pamona, and Barista, Heartland’s Old Red Nose and Tequila Barrel-aged Farmer John’s Oatmeal Stout, KelSo’s Cabernet Barrel-aged Industrial Pale Ale and Winter Lager, Rockaway’s Scotch Ale and Fall Harvest Ale, Sixpoint’s Global Warmer and Mad Scientist Series and more!
About the NYCBG:
The New York City Brewers Guild is a 501[c]6 non-profit founded to advance New York City’s brewing industry – and thereby lessen human misery. Guild breweries include Bronx Brewery, Brooklyn Brewery, Chelsea Brewing Co., City Island Brewery, Coney Island Craft Lagers, Eataly Birreria, Heartland Brewing Co., KelSo Beer Company, Rockaway Brewing Company, Sixpoint Brewery and 508 GastroBrewery.
Please help us help the victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines by joining us for Taste 4 the Philippines, a special fundraising event at The Green Building on December 4th.
Following the devastation of Typhoon Haiyan this November, Chef Dale Talde and the team at Talde, Thistle Hill Tavern, and Pork Slope have joined forces with friends in the industry to host a special taste event to raise relief funds benefiting the millions of people affected by the recent storm. Brooklyn Brewery, among others, will be providing tasty beverages to accompany an assortment of delicious fare. We hope to see you there!
The relationship between restaurant and brewery began when Brooklyn Brewmaster, Garrett Oliver, thought up the “Blue Smoke Ale,” a beer made specifically to pair with the restaurants’ Barbecue Cuisine. In the name of men’s health Brooklyn Brewery & Blue Smoke team up again, this time for a beer dinner, pairing southern inspired cuisine with local craft beer to help raise money for the month of Movember.
During the month of “Movember,” Blue Smoke will be sporting moustaches to raise awareness for men’s health issues. The funds raised in the US support prostate cancer and testicular cancer initiatives, and are directed towards Movember programs, the Prostate Cancer Foundation and LIVESTRONG.
Smoked Ricotta Crostino
Silver Anniversary Lager
Porchetta and baby vegetable salad with pine nuts
House-made gnocchi, duck and artichokes
Fire & Ice
Chocolate Bundino, hazelnut and ginger
Tickets are $85. All proceeds of ticket sales from this dinner will go directly to the Movember Foundation. Click on the link below or call 212-889-2005 to purchase your ticket.
Join us at EAT in Greenpoint, Brooklyn on November 17th for the annual Soup Bowl Fundraiser. For $25 guests receive a locally hand made ceramic soup bowl, a delicious bowl of soup from The Splendid Spoon and a tasty Brooklyn Brewery beer! 100% of the proceeds are donated to Greenpoint Food Pantry and Soup Kitchen, which serves thousands of hungry Greenpointers on a weekly basis.
RSVP on their facebook page or click on the link below to reserve your homemade soup bowl!
We invite you to join us at the second annual River of Beers charity event on November 15th at Santa Lucia River Club for an intimate night of exquisite and limited craft beers paired with culinary delights. Enjoy specially prepared dishes and unique beers inside the beautiful and private Ballantrae Golf & Yachting Community.
The beer that does not exist will be making a sneaky appearance at the end of the meal with Sassy Sweets Chocolate Cupcakes. Tastings of Local 1, Local 2, Sorachi Ace, and Silver Anniversary Lager will also be available. And to finish your evening off in style, a very special beer and cigar or chocolate pairing will be offered by the river’s edge.
Tickets are $80 per person and includes a special event tasting glass, yours to keep as a remembrance of the evening. All proceeds from River of Beers will go to the Hope Center for Autism located in Stuart, Florida. The Hope Center for Autism is a 501(c)3 non-profit public charter school that offers free pre-kindergarten to grade two education to children with autism.
Slideluck is teaming up with Adhesive NYC and Sandbox Studio to bring you Halloween Extravaganza complete with drinks, DJs, and of course costumes! Come prepared and party with you fellow creatives in support of the ROCKAWAY YOUTH TASK FORCE on the anniversary of Superstorm Sandy.
From Our friends at the Craig Murphey Fellowship,
On Sunday, October 20 at Brooklyn Brewery, we’ll be tasting hummus, raffling off thousands of dollars worth of prizes from local artists and businesses, and drinking great beer, at the 7th Annual Craig Murphey Fellowship Fundraiser.
Proceeds from this annual event will benefit the New York City Coalition Against Hunger (NYCCAH) and will help fund the Craig Murphey Fellowship program. This program continues the outstanding work of Craig Murphey, a young community organizer who worked tirelessly to help bring locally grown, nutritious food to low-income New Yorkers. After Craig lost his life in a bicycle accident in 2007, NYCCAH created the fellowship program in his honor to help carry on his legacy of anti-hunger advocacy.
Craig worked as hard as he laughed and danced, and it’s in this spirit that we’ve put together a great night of food, drink, laughter and friendship — all for a great cause.
Brooklyn Historical Society is at a magical crossroads where history meets the future. 2013 is our 150th anniversary, and we are pleased to mark the occasion with a myriad of exciting programs and exhibitions, all of which will take place in newly renovated spaces that were designed by award winning architects, Christoff: Finio.
Join us on October 16th for Brooklyn Bounty, a fundraising event supporting the Brooklyn Historical Society. Celebrate the local food movement throughout the Borough of Brooklyn with chef tastings, historic cocktails, the third annual Brooklyn Food and Heritage awards, a live auction, music, and more!
Don’t miss out on a fabulous evening of film, food, or fun! Single tickets are $200 each. Couples tickets are $350 each.