Head over to Bat Haus on Sunday, May 19 at 7 pm for this month’s Presentation Party Night. The night’s agenda is still being determined, but as usual it will feature six presentations about a variety of topics, followed by a Q & A period. Brooklyn Brewery will provide the beer, and the Brooklyn Salsa Company will be providing snacks. What better way to fill your body and mind?
THE BOATBUILDERS YArd
Presenting some of America’s finest craft brewers including Brooklyn Brewery Sierra Nevada, Green Flash, Bear Republic, Rogue, Heretic.
The ticket price includes a tasting of five craft beers, four bottles of American craft beer, American inspired finger food and entry into a Foosball Tournament being run on the night.
The Boatbuilders Yard has now teamed up with the Brooklyn Brewing Company!
In addition to a tasting of the American craft beers mentioned above, guests will also be treated to a professionally guided tasting of the infamous Brooklyn Local 1 by VIP guests from the Brooklyn Brewery!
Follow the link to buy tickets. (But hurry, they’re selling fast!)
Purchase tickets via TryBooking
19TH MAY 5:00PM -8:30PM
Come down to Total Wine & More on Sunday, May 19, from 12-3, we will be tasting Summer Ale, Lager East India Pale Ale and Sorachi Ace. We will be giving away glassware with purchase and we will also be giving away 2 Brewery visit vouchers.
Four Brooklyn Brewery beers across six taps (including The glasshopper & handpump)
with Brooklyn brewer Tom Price
We’ll be pouring Sorachi Ace, Brooklyn Brown, East India Pale Ale and 25th Anniversary Lager; good beer. Very, very good beer. Come have a chat with Brewers Tom Price and Al Duvall about Brooklyn’s Silver Anniversary, Banjos, the rise of the East Coast brewing scene, what it’s like to work with the world’s foremost beer scholar and anything else that springs to mind – if you can get a word in edgewise…
Come chill at TBD on Saturday, May 18, for $4 Summer Ale Pints and enjoy their 5000 sq ft. beer garden or their 2500 sq ft indoor space with flat screen tvs, projector and ping pong table for customers.
New York craft beer legends Brooklyn team up with local heroes Mountain Goat and you can be part of the action!
***NB*** This event comes in two parts: The Ultimate Experience and the NYC Degustation Lunch.
The Ultimate Experience is the pinnacle of the GBW Beer Geek stream: a unique, all-day event that sees guests join the two breweries for breakfast early in the morning as they brew a collaborative beer. You’ll
get up close and personal with these brewing legends, learn their intimate secrets and maybe even get your hands dirty along the way.
Then at lunchtime, the brewery floor will be turned into a pop-up diner for a degustation luncheon featuring a menu inspired by New York itself, with each course paired with beers from the two breweries.
Guests can choose to come for the all-day Ultimate Experience (which includes breakfast, lunch, masterclass and surprises) or arrive at midday and kickstart their Good Beer Week with the NYC degustation lunch with the brewers.
// The Ultimate Experience: 9am start. $250 (includes breakfast & lunch)
// NYC Degustation: 12pm start. $100
18TH MAY 9AM TO 3PM
18TH MAY 12PM TO 3PM
$100 / $250
The DAR Project was founded in 2010 to improve the lives of Tanzanian children by supporting their education. Check out their benefit at the Liederkranz Club on Friday, May 17 from 7-10 pm and help support this great cause:
Come join us for our Art Benefit at the Liederkranz on Friday, May 17th from 7:00 10:00 PM. We will have food, drinks, live music, a silent auction, and raffles at The Liederkranz Club on East 87th St. in NYC. The DAR Project will be featuring several painters and photographers from the New York area. To be added to the guest list, please make a $40 donation to The DAR Project at www.thedarproject.org/donate. Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org We appreciate your support and look forward to seeing you!
Suit up and come down to NYC Uncubed S13 on Friday, May 17 at the Metropolitan Pavilion. There will be a skills track from 10-1:30, followed by the main event from 2-9:30. These events will feature guidance from Brooklyn Brewery’s own Steve Hindy as well as Brooklyn Brewery beer to fuel your job hunt. Check out more from the Uncubed folks below, then go sign up for your tickets:
Uncubed is 1 part recruiting event, 1 part technology conference. Uncubed is a creative, high energy event with live art, music, open bar, interactive contests, and thoughtful discussions from some of NYC’s great leaders, like Steve Hindy (founder of Brooklyn Brewery). Uncubed will have 1000 invite-only attendees and 70+ exciting young companies hiring for great positions in NYC, including Twitter, Facebook Spotify, Tumblr, Meetup, Birchbox, AppNexus, Etsy and more.
Comedian Tom Shillue’s Funny Story comedy show has become a mainstay of our monthly schedule here at the Brewery. The premise is simple: Tom and guests tell their best true stories, you drink Brooklyn beer and enjoy the show. We also brought in the folks from Brooklyn Based to help Tom pick out the lineup, and it looks incredible. We’ve been so thrilled with the shows we’ve had so far (check out that quote from BVP on the poster: these stories are important), and we can’t wait for the May edition to begin. This month’s storytellers include:
+ Host Tom Shillue
+ Amy Sohn
+ Ed Gavagan (from NPR’s The Moth Radio Hour)
+ Maude Sernas
+ Anton Shuford
These performers will be sure to tickle your funny bone! $10 gets you a seat and a free beer. The doors open at 8pm on Thursday, May 16th, with the stories to begin at 8:30…giving you a few minutes to make a beer selection (or 2) before the hilarity ensues. We advise you begin stretching your faces and bellies now so you don’t strain anything once the laughter starts.
Join us at Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen on Thursday, May 16 at 7 pm for a delicious fundraiser. Tickets are available here, and more information is below:
Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen is the largest emergency feeding program in New York City serving over 1,200 meals every single weekday to hungry and homeless New Yorkers.
From Farm to Tray is a celebration of food at the soup kitchen, challenging both home grown New York City chefs and high profile culinary names from across the city to produce a ’100 Mile Menu,’ where ingredients for each meal need to be purchased within the 100 mile radius.
The idea for the fundraiser is firmly rooted in the approach to food that shapes the soup kitchen’s menu each week: the use of fresh locally grown produce, a commitment to nutritional balance and the importance of providing a variety of taste and texture.
Like the soup kitchen guests who eat here everyday, guests atFrom Farm to Tray will dine in the beautiful sanctuary of the landmark Holy Apostles Church, a space that New York Times journalist Anna Quindlen dubbed ‘the most majestic dining room in New York City.’ And like the food served here everyday, the 100 Mile Menu will offer food that is locally grown, in season, and perhaps most importantly of all, delicious.