- Brooklyn Brewery
79 North 11th Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11249, United States
Events At This Venue
From Edible Manhattan:
Roll up your sleeves and dig into a big plate of paella (chicken, chorizo, piquillo peppers, saffron, mussels and cockles paella with aioli sauce) along with delicious side dishes – spring vegetable terrine with romesco sauce and crusty bread and carrots with salsa verde buttermilk dressing. Cans of Brooklyn Brewery will be included in ticket price.
This casual, family-style, all you can eat dinner will be prepared by Nick Suarez, Owner/Chef at the Backyard Cooking Company, and Theo Peck, Owner of Peck’s.
Join Brooklyn’s Chris Cortina for an all-out invasion on Brooklyn Brewery’s tap system. We’ll be flooding pint glasses with Brooklyn Lager, Cuvee La Boit, Brown Ale, Blast!, and Sorachi Ace. Don’t miss out on $5 flights, free food from Dandelion Market and the chance to win some awesome prizes!
From our friends at Literary Tailgate,
On Sunday, September 22 from 7 pm-10 pm, MAKE and Wakefield Media/Uncubed present an Official Brookyn Book Festival Bookend event, the 2nd Annual Literary Tailgate—a SpArts mash-up combining football and literature at the Brooklyn Brewery.
Two teams of writers will compete to gain yards and score touchdowns with their original work.
The referee, poet Matthew Rohrer, will determine if the player wins or loses yards, based on criteria invented on the spot: a player might lose ten yards for referencing vampires in a poem. Or gain ten yards for explaining how Dennis Miller came to be an NFL commentator.
The roster features Sarah Jean Alexander, Guy Cimbalo, Stephen Elliott, Mira Gonzalez, Damian Lanigan, Dorothea Lasky, Amy Shearn, and Christopher Stackhouse.
The $15 cover includes Brooklyn Brewery beer and Williamsburg Pizza slices! And, of course, readings from New York’s finest writers.
In addition to our wonderful sponsors and literary partners, the following businesses have contributed merchandise and gift certificates to the Booster Club raffle: Beer Street, Nitehawk Cinema, Root Hill Cafe, and Three Letters Restaurant.
Join us October 1, 2013 from 6-9 for the Lutheran Social Services of New York’s Annual Oktoberfest fundraiser. Here’s a private invite, directly to you, from Marvellous Mark.
Backyard Cooking Co. and Peck’s join forces with Edible at the Brooklyn Brewery to blow your mind with smoke, literally! A hearty array of veggies and meats fumés with accompanying mustards, sauces and ale are sure to take you there.
Your ticket entitles you to your fill from the menu below, along with beer from the Brooklyn Brewery to wash it all down.
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Butter with smoked sea salt and fresh bread from Bien Cuit Bakery
Smoked Eggplant Dip with Pomegranate Seeds and pitas from Damascus Bakery
Carrots Wrapped in Bacon with spicy dipping sauce
Smoked Meats and Sausages atop Platters of Choucroute and Glazed Beets, accompanied by mustards and sauces.
Smoked Meats Include:
Smoked Pork Belly
Hot Smoked Salmon
Smoked Seasonal Veggies
Tickets are $45 per person and includes unlimited food and beer.
Help the fight against MS and enjoy some Brooklyn beers for a good cause. This Bike MS fundraiser will have a 50/50, and raffle prizes the grand prize of which will be a one night stay for two at Ethan Allen Inn in Danbury, CT. You choose the weekend!!
All proceeds go to Multiple Sclerosis Society.
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.
Instructors, members, students, staff and others comprising the community formerly known as 3rdWard are invited to The Brooklyn Brewery’s Tasting Room for an informal networking mixer on October 23, 2013.
Speakers include former instructors Launa Eddy, Ryan O’Connor and Victoria Valencia; attorney Genan Zilkha will offer advice on starting new businesses and Theresa Buchheister will talk about how resources are shared by members of Silent Barn. Two speakers will address initiatives that directly support students and teachers: CourseHorse, offering credit to students who bought 3rd Ward classes through its site, and Instructor Matchmaking service, Brooklyn Brainery’s project to connect instructors and classrooms.
Throughout the free event, representatives from learning communities, art spaces, maker and coworking spaces will be introduced and identified, so you can connect according to your own interests.
Organizations planning to attend include:
Bird River Studios
Brooklyn Art Space
Brooklyn Craft Company
Brooklyn Fire Proof
The Center for Kosher Culinary Arts
Fountain Art Fair
Happenstance Jewelry Studio
Manufacture New York
National Academy Museum & School
The Public School: New York
The Silent Barn
Two Moon Cafe
Show your support for Japanese culture and the Gohan Society by attending their annual fundraiser, Aki Matsuri at Brooklyn Brewery on November 7th! This Autumn festival celebrates Japanese society through experience, observation and education. Come learn the art of making Soba, a buckwheat noodle, in a demonstration lead by Soba-ya while enjoying a taiko performance by Kaoru Watanabe Taiko Center surrounded by zen flower arrangements decorated by Ikebana International.
There will also be a raffle and silent auction with must have items, such as: Gramercy Tavern dinner for 2, Saxon & Parole dinner for 2 with wine pairing, Oceana dinner for 2 with wine pairing, dinner for 4 at The James Beard House, Morimoto knives and many more!
A portion of the evening’s proceeds will be donated to Japan Relief and all other proceeds will go towards our future educational programs for the public and professionals.
From our friends at Edible Brooklyn,
We’ve brought you events that focus on what’s being served on the plate, but what about learning about the serving vessel itself?
Join us at Brooklyn Brewery for our first ever chefware expo, What’s Cooking? We will be highlighting talented, local craftsmen and their beautiful serving ware including handcrafted ceramic plates to slate cheese boards. Guests will enjoy demos, one-on-one interaction with the craftsmen, networking and the opportunity to win an item from several of the exhibitors in our raffle.
This is event is $5 or FREE to subscribers!