Tuesday, July 30 – Singlecut Brewery Night @ Brazen Head, Brooklyn:
It’s been less than a year since SingleCut brewery, Queens first brewery in many decades, started pouring delicious craft beer. You can catch them being featured tonight at the Brazen Head in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn. They’ll be pouring three of SingleCut’s beers: Billy 18 Watt IPA, 19-33 Queens Lager and the Pacific NW Mahogany Ale. The best part is that they are $5 all the time except between 6 -8 pm. Then they’re $4.
Brazen Head is located at 228 Atlantic Avenue between Court Street and Boerum Place in the Boerum Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn.
Wednesday, July 31 – Full Sail Night @ The Stag’s Head, Manhattan:
Head on over to the Stag’s Head this Wednesday to check out a nice offering from Oregon’s Full Sail Brewery. Not only are they bringing Bohemian Pils, Chriss Summer Delight, English Pale Ale,IPA, Amber and a dry-hopped cask mystery brew, they will also be bringing David Rodriguez to walk you through it all. And there will be free snacks at 6. Everyone loves free snacks.
The Stag’s Head is located at 252 East 51st Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenues in the Upper East Side neighborhood of Manhattan.
Wednesday, July 31 – Lagunitas! @ The Blind Tiger Ale House, Manhattan:
What happens when you combine the Blind Tiger Ale House with, well, any brewery ever? Greatness. What happens when that brewery is Lagunitas? You get to drink these amazing beers:
Lagunitas Fusion XVI
Lagunitas Sonoma Farmhouse
Lagunitas Lil Sumpin’ Sumpin’
Lagunitas Lucky 13
Sounds like you’re drinking 9 beers tomorrow.
The Blind Tiger Ale House is located at 281 Bleecker Street between 7th Avenue and Jones Street in the West Village neighborhood of Manhattan.
Thursday, August 1 – Kuhnhenn Tap Takeover @ Bierkraft, Brooklyn:
Kuhnhenn is one of the rarest and hardest-to-find breweries out there. It is almost impossible to find in the New York metro area. In fact, it’s pretty hard to find unless you live in Detroit, Michigan. Or unless you are in Park Slope on Thursday in the vicinity of Bierkraft. They are proudly pouring Kuhnhenn brew through every one of their tap lines. The beer list is still TBD, however you can be sure that it will be delicious and possibly one of the only times you’ll drink it.
So you better drink it.
Bierkraft is located at 191 5th Avenue between Union and Berkeley Streets in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn.