- The Brooklyn Brewery
79 N11 Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11249, United States
Events At This Venue
Sunday, September 18, 1-4pm
The Brooklyn Brewery
79 N11 Street, Brooklyn NY 11249
$35 | entry includes all food samples and unlimited beer
Transportation Alternatives Bike Valet will be onsite for safe bike storage during the event
From The Food Experiments:
The Food Experiments culminate its 2011 multi-city tour with The Food Experiments National Championship. After Nick and Theo launched their first national cookoff tour this year with Brooklyn Brewery as the Presenting Sponsor, they are coming full circle bringing the Food Experiments back to Brooklyn, along with the winners from each stop, for the championship round.
The Food Experiments hit such foodie heavens as Austin, New Orleans, Washington DC, Philadelphia, and Boston. Each city’s audience winner has been flown to NYC courtesy of Brooklyn Brewery to compete against Brooklyn’s ultimate home chef all-stars hand picked by Nick and Theo. The only rule of the day is to create, “The Perfect Bite.” After the dust has settled, only one champion will emerge victorious and secure for themselves “Culinary Glory.”
Chefs will be provided with Whole Foods Gift Certificates.
The Brooklyn Brewery
79 N 11th St
$100 in advance, $110 at the door (space is limited to 150 partiers)
We’re teaming up with some of our favorite foodie friends for a tasty, beery New Year’s Eve party. Space is limited to 150 people. All 8 taps will pour liberally throughout the night, including a very rare vintage keg of 2004 Black Chocolate Stout. Monster the cat, your host, has requested we tap into his favorite year of his namesake beer, 2007 Monster Ale as well. Our meat pals at Brooklyn Cured have put together a fantastic menu. We’ll have Saxelby cheese, McClure’s pickles, deserts from Milk Bar and wine from BOE.
For dancing purposes, we’ve enlisted the considerable DJ talents of Popular Science. They’ll be spinning 80s dance pop, rock & soul. Finally, at midnight revel in our “champagne” toast of Sorachi Ace.
Don’t freak out about what you’re going to do on New Year’s. Buy a ticket to Monster’s Ball right here.
Now. How about that New Year’s Eve menu?
Brooklyn Cured Ham Carving Station
- Smoked Maple-Glazed Ham with Spiced-Honey Glazed Winter Squash
- Prosciutto Cotto (roasted garlic, wild fennel, and orange zest) with Roasted Cauilflower with chili, capers, and mint
Bollito Misto Station
- Red Wine Marinated Brisket, Cotechino (Italian New Years Sausage)
- Lamb Breast with Lentils, Chickory Salad and Salsa Verde
- Saxelby’s Grilled Cheese with McClure’s Pickles
- Brooklyn Cured Bahn Mi with country pate, smoked pork rillette, sriracha-yogurt sauce, and McClure’s pickles
Desserts by Momofuku Milk Bar
- Cookies: Compost, Blueberry & Cream, Chocolate-Marshmallow, Corn, Chocolate-Chocolate
- Cake Truffles: B’day, Chocolate Chip, Apple Pie
- Brooklyn Cured Charcuterie
- Cheeses selected by Saxelby’s Cheesemongers
- McClure’s Pickles
From the Good Beer Seal:
The Good Beer Seal, Brooklyn Brewery, and Brooklyn Brew Shop are happy to announce Farm + Beer Expo to be held at Brooklyn Brewery on Tuesday, January 31st, 2012, from 7:00-10:00 p.m. The Farm + Beer Expo brings together select craft brewers that have a focus on using local ingredients in their brews. This all-you-can-eat-and-drink beer event will benefit select local farms that were impacted by last fall’s hurricane.
Unlimited 7-ounce beer samples will be provided by:
+ Brooklyn Brewery (a co-host of the event)
+ Sierra Nevada (bringing its Estate Ale)
+ Tundra Beer (one of the few beers currently meeting the Greenmarkets’ standard of making beer with at least 50 percent of the ingredients grown by the brewer)
+ Kelso, which will be making a special locally-sourced beer for the Expo
+ Along with Empire Brewing, Lagunitas, Peak Organic, Maine Beer Co., Ommegang, White Birch Brewing, and others TBA.
Food will be provided by Jimmy’s No. 43 and DNA Info, with more TBA. Expo participants include From Shoe Town to Brew Town’s “green architects,” who will discuss efforts to develop green breweries in the region; Brooklyn Brew Shop with homebrew demonstrations and brewers’ kits available for purchase; Erica Shea and Stephen Valand will be on hand to sign their book, Brooklyn Brew Shop’s Beer Making Book; Sean Lynch from Pipe Dreams (a line cleaning service) will explain how great bars tend great beer; additional craft beer companies (TBA); and several farmers will be there to talk about their NY State farms.
The Good Beer Seal will work with Food Karma Projects as its production partner for this event. Tickets and additional information is available at goodbeerseal.com.
Food Karma Projects is a creative producer of food and media events throughout the New York area. Created by Jimmy Carbone—a NYC-based restaurateur and dedicated social entrepreneur—Food Karma Projects is dedicated to community building by creating unique events that showcase the best local food, chefs, beer and wine, and create a social impact that benefits worthy non-profit groups. Recent and upcoming projects include: The International Association of Culinary Professionals 2012 Conference, Cook Out NYC, Brewers for Brewers: A Benefit For Japan, Farm + Beer, Pig Island, Meat With A Twist (honoring Local Meat Heroes), New York City Brewer’s Choice (for NY Craft Beer Week), July Good Beer Month, Hungry Filmmakers, Eco-Feast: the Lower East Side Ecology Center’s Annual Benefit, Craft Beer Jam, Taste of Tribeca (PR), A Toast To Ray Deter Benefit, and various charity cook-offs benefiting organizations such as Grow NYC Greenmarkets, Slow Food NYC, JustFood, Food Systems Network NYC, and The New Amsterdam Market.
Come to Brewers Row on Feb 4 to snag two birds with one stone:
 Support independent film.
 Imbibe Brooklyn Brewery beer to your heart’s content.
Eric Peck, Brooklyn Tour Guide and Bartender Extraordinaire, will be your host at this $20 open bar to support his cinematic endeavors. Join us to support his forthcoming feature film and drink from 8 taps including a selection of Big Bottles.
From Rising Tide:
In its 3rd year, the Rising Tide… Surf Causes Event brings together surf-related charitable organizations and companies from across the country in a spirit of collaboration. The nonprofits Setting Sail at this year’s event:
The goal is not only to raise awareness and financial support for the new breed of surf-related social and environmental causes represented here, but also facilitate collaboration with media and businesses alike.
This year’s event, to be held at the Brooklyn Brewery on February 7, will feature a DJ, raffle items (the list of items grows), snacks, and gift bags for the first 100 people to get a ticket. Attendees can sample some fantastic local brews through discounted token purchase. Tokens: $5 or 5 for $20. Tickets $30 at the door. Proceeds benefit all participating nonprofits.
From Social Media Week:
New Business Models to Convert Human Intent into Tangible Action
Everyday people in every nation, from every economic class say they want to do something better– lose weight, watch less TV, practice the piano but few ever convert that intent into tangible action. Hear our panel of experts discuss how new business models they’ve created use social media to unlock unutilized intent and convert it into tangible action from living greener to hitting the gym.
There will be an after party at Brooklyn Brewery with open bar hosted by The Mutual (beginning at 7:15pm). Panel attendees and members of The Mutual will be admitted. To join The Mutual visit www.themutual.com. Get Perks. Do Good.
Come to The Brooklyn Brewery on Wednesday, February 22 and get to know your meat. The good folks at Fleisher’s, Brooklyn Cured & Marlow and Daughters will speak to the skills of tying roasts, stuffing sausages, and butchering fowl while participants enjoy $4 Brooklyn Brewery drafts.
From Brooklyn Based:
In our collective home offices of Brooklyn Based, we have about a dozen unopened spices, cookbooks we haven’t flipped through in a year, and gadgets that are collecting dust because we’ve since found newer tools to crush, blend and mince. If you like to cook as much as us, we bet you’ve got the same pileup in your kitchen. So we’re inviting you to the Trade Up Kitchen Swap at Brooklyn Brewery on Thursday, February 23 from 7:30 to 9:30 pm, where you can bring in your tired cooking tools and trade up for fresh goods.
Admission is free so long as you’re a new subscriber to Brooklyn Based (who has signed up in the past 30 days) or you bring a new subscriber as your plus one. (We can sign you up on the spot!) Any item big or small is worthy of trading—be it a bag of cardamom pods (unopened, please), homemade cookies, a vintage gravy boat, or that bread machine that is now collecting dust. We’ll have tables arranged by price range and category, so you’ll be able to bring home the true value—or close to it—of what you bring in.
At the event, we’ll also announce winners of over 20 culinary experiences around Brooklyn, as part of Brooklyn Based’s February subscriber drive. RSVP, and tell us below what you plan to bring!
From W&T Seafood:
“Join W&T Seafood and Brooklyn Brewery for a unique oyster and beer pairing event at the Brewery on Tuesday, April 10th at 8 pm. We’ll be slurping the best and briniest oysters, and washing them down with specially paired brews from Brooklyn Brewery. Come sample some of the more unusual draft-only offerings from Brooklyn Brewery, and taste a diverse and unique selection of oysters from the East and West Coasts.
Garrett Oliver from Brooklyn Brewery and Nellie Wu from W&T Seafood will guide you through each beer and oyster pairing, and give background on the history and geography of each oyster. Bring your questions!
Tickets cost $45 if pre-purchased online and $55 at the door. This includes one dozen oysters (2 each of 6 different types) paired with 6 beers. Additional oysters and beer will be available for sale after the presentation. Space is limited, so be sure to purchase your ticket sooner rather than later. Note that you must be 21 to attend.
On April 18, The Brooklyn Brewery and Edible Brooklyn are teaming up to host the Drive-In Dinner right here within the Brewery confines. The dinner will feature a menu of five food-truck courses, along with beer pairings for each course. Trucks making an appearance include Bongo Brothers Cuban Food Truck, Coolhaus, Red Hook Lobster Pound, Feed Your Hole & The Morris Truck. The event runs from 6-9 pm; get your tickets by clicking on the nifty little button below.