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SLIDELUCK Tel Aviv III

SLIDELUCK Tel Aviv III Recap

[Text by Brooklyn Lager][Photos by Casey Kelbaugh] It was a warm summer night and I had traveled halfway across the world for this show, so I was frankly feeling a little shaken up.  A couple hundred of my buddies and … Continue reading

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Tap That Glass: Fri, June 13

Below is the roster of beers you can expect to find here at The Brooklyn Brewery on Friday, June 13th (list is subject to change). Beer tokens can be purchased for $5/each or 5 for $20. DRAFT // 1 token each (unless otherwise … Continue reading

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Shack X IPA

Lovers of America take note: our friends at Shake Shack are approaching their tenth anniversary and the celebration is shaping up to be the best thing since sliced buns. From June 9-13, the original Madison Square Park location will be … Continue reading

Weekly-Events

The Brooklyn Brewery Weekly Periodical

Reporting on all of the fun and interesting events being thrown with a Brooklyn Brewery beer on location. Check out the below listing of things happening, everywhere, this week. Tap Attack @ Sublime (NJ), 6/6 The Total South Slope Immersion (NYC), … Continue reading

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Tap That Glass: Fri, June 6

Below is the roster of beers you can expect to find here at The Brewery on Friday, June 6th (list is subject to change). Beer tokens can be purchased for $5/each or 5 for $20. DRAFT // 1 token each (unless otherwise indicated) … Continue reading

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The Mash comes to Pittsburgh, June 21-28th

Brooklyn Brewery Mash is stepping into Steel Country, coming to Pittsburgh June 21-28 for a week of food, beer, music and general Western Pennsylvania-brand rabblerousing.  Pittsburgh is home to an explosive new food scene that takes their Old World roots … Continue reading

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Announcing “Brooklyn Brewery Projects”

One of the most surprising developments in the story of Brooklyn Brewery is the number of international opportunities that have presented themselves in the last five years. It’s funny to reflect that many people questioned naming the company Brooklyn when … Continue reading