Join us on Tuesday, October 21st for an evening of Brooklyn Brewery highlights in flight. Dusek’s Board & Beer will be serving:
-Brooklyn Sorachi Ace: A cracklingly dry, hopped saison, 7.6%
-Brooklyn Companion: Wheat wine cellared for three years, the last keg of its kind. 9.1%
-Brooklyn Silver Anniversary Lager: Doppelbock cellared for two years. 8.6%
Along with glassware giveaways a raffle for Brooklyn prizes including a copy of The Oxford Companion to Beer, edited by Brewmaster Garret Oliver.
Brooklyn’s Gina Glenn loves sharing a pint or two with new friends. Join her at Champions at the Marriott Uniondale on Tuesday, October 21st to do just that. Gina, a fabulous conversationalist and loyal confidante, will be drinking Brooklyn Oktoberfest, Post Road Pumpkin Ale & our newest darling, Brooklyn 1/2 Ale, and getting pumped to cheer on our dear Islanders as they take the rink at the next door, Nassau Coliseum. She’ll be sidling up around 5pm. Make sure to meet her there.
Elevate your glassware & make Monday more fun when you grab a Post Road Pumpkin Ale or Blast! at the Gingerman – after you finish your beer, keep the glass it came in!
Come to Stew Leonards on Sunday, October 19 for a free Brooklyn Brewery sampling event. We’ll be pouring Brooklyn Lager, Brooklyn Oktoberfest, Brooklyn Post Road Pumpkin Ale and the newly released Brooklyn 1/2 Ale. If you buy some Brooklyn Brewery beer to take home, we’ll throw in a free glass to treat yourself (while supplies last.)
The Festival Jam at Fasching has become a nearly legendary event at the Stockholm Jazz Festival. It’s a cool idea– here you’ll find the biggest names of the festival together with local stars jamming away and enjoying the atmosphere. This year Brooklyn Brewery will be presenting the evening sessions, with the final show on Saturday, October 18. Don’t forget your instruments, as any musician who wants to jam along will get in free. Entrance for all others is 120 SEK or 60 SEK with a ticket to another festival concert. The sessions start after the last concert at Fasching and lasts to the morning hours, so come ready to jam all night long.
Do you love German-inspired seasonal beers, German food, and scenic New York? We do! Enjoy fall in the most perfect way with Bear Mountain Inn’s Oktoberfest. Every weekend through October 26th, this beautiful locale in Bear Mountain, NY will host their own mini beer fest with Brooklyn’s Oktoberfest and Lager on draft. Bear Mountain is serving up authentic German fare while hosting live music by musicians from throughout the region. Check out the full calendar here and meet us there.
The Festival Jam at Fasching has become a nearly legendary event at the Stockholm Jazz Festival. It’s a cool idea– here you’ll find the biggest names of the festival together with local stars jamming away and enjoying the atmosphere. This year Brooklyn Brewery will be presenting the evening sessions, the second of which will be on Friday, October 17. Don’t forget your instruments, as any musician who wants to jam along will get in free. Entrance for all others is 120 SEK or 60 SEK with a ticket to another festival concert. The sessions start after the last concert at Fasching and lasts to the morning hours, so come ready to jam all night long.
It’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, October 16th at 8pm for laughs and good times.
The first Tom Shillue’s Funny Story podcast is now available! Created by our friends at Brooklyn Based, take a listen here.
Join us for an evening of Swedish brewing history and a beer tasting at the Museum with proceeds from the event going towards the Museum’s Water Tower Fund to restore the Andersonville Water Tower. Jenny Pfäfflin, a Certified Cicerone, will present both the history of beer in Sweden and will give insights into the new craft scene and burgeoning breweries of Scandinavia. A happy hour will follow featuring local beers and Brooklyn Brewery’s “Hammarby Syndrome”, with Swedish bites provided by Svea. Get tickets below.
On Thursday, October 16th, come out and grab your Oktoberfest stein. We’re hosting a Gank your Glass night at Thirsty Moose Taphouse in Portsmouth, NH. From 6-8pm, we’ll be at the bar enjoying cold steins of Brooklyn Oktoberfest. We hope you’ll join us. Lederhosen encouraged (right, head cellarman Rob Lemery, pictured above).