Brooklyn Oktoberfest is back just in time for fall. Celebrate its triumphant return with an all Brooklyn Tap Attack at Destination Dogs in New Brunswick, NJ on September 25th. Lineup features our newest Brewmaster’s Reserve, Weizenhammer, and seasonal and perennial favorites like Brooklyn Lager and Post Road Pumpkin Ale. Enjoy plenty of giveaways with your pints.
We know that if there’s one thing people like more than ordering a Brooklyn Oktoberfest at the bar, it’s keeping the stein it comes in. Do just that at Eno’s Pizza Tavern on September 25th starting at 7pm.
We’re personally quite pleased to announce that neighborhood favorite Budin will now be serving beer, but only Scandinavian beer. We’re helping this Greenpoint gem kickoff the new era in their business on Thursday, September 25th with a good old fashioned kegger done Nordic style – just good friends and good beer. On tap will be Brewmaster’s Reserve beer, Hammarby Syndrome, which was brewed in celebration of the opening of our new sister brewery in Sweden, Nya Carnegiebryggeriet. The beer itself is named after the very neighborhood in which the new brewery is located, but you can catch it and us at Budin. We’ll also be pouring our brand spanking new Brooklyn Quarterly Experiment bottle, Hand & Seal. This barleywine, sweet and floral with hints of vanilla, honors Garrett’s 20 years of brewing innovation with Brooklyn Brewery and nods at 20 more. Try it for the first time ever on Thursday.
Join Brooklyn Brewery and Edible Jersey at End of Elm in Morristown, NJ on September 25th for our Quarterly Carousal. Try our newest Brewmaster’s Reserve, Weizenhammer and grab the latest issue of Edible as you sample bites from some fantastic local producers.
There’s no celebrating Oktoberfest without a stein in hand, and Kelly’s at the Village is ready to hook you up. On September 25th, order a Brooklyn Oktoberfest, and keep the stein it comes in. Quantities are limited, so get there quick!
Taste all the Brooklyn beer you can handle at Barb’s Beer Emporium in Concord, NH on Thursday, September 25th. Brooklyn’s Patrick Paulick will leading a guided tasting of some seasonal and perennial favorites, including Brooklyn Oktoberfest, Post Road Pumpkin Ale and Local 1.
We are partnering with Underground Arts in Philly for their event Drunk Piano – a weekly Monday night music and comedy series hosted by the legendary session player Jay Davidson. Each week, Jay invites a group of local and international touring artists to guest star, gets a few drinks in the them, and then makes them play for the masses, culminating in a jam session that lasts all night. This Vaudevillian-style series of performances has been drawing some serious musicians – Clay Sears, Doug Grigsby, Ian McGuire, Scott Coulter, Steve Wise, Jennifer Pague, TJ Kong of TJ Kong and the Atomic Bomb, and Drew Nugent of Drew Nugent and the Midnight Society – to name a few. Enjoy a Brooklyn Lager with the show, they’ll be offered on special each week. Check the schedule here for more information on the weekly lineup.
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.
If there’s one thing we like more than Brooklyn beer, it’s getting to keep the glass it came in. To celebrate Oktoberfest, that’s not just any glass – it’s a stein. Head down to the Bearded Lady in Fort Worth, TX on September 24th at 6pm to get yours!
Join Brooklyn’s Lindsey Styborski for a Brooklyn style Tap Attack at Ithaca Coffee Co. in Ithaca, NY on Wednesday, September 24th from 5-7pm. Lindsey’s surprise lineup promises to be epic.