Tuesday, September 18 - Avery Night @ Mission Dolores, Brooklyn: Mission Dolores will be celebrating one of their favorite Colorado breweries tonight - the hop head big beer masters of Avery Brewing. They'll be pouring at least eight lines and they'll all be as big as the Rockies. Check out the list:
Samael Mephistopheles The Beast Joe’s Pilsner Karma White Rascal 19th Anniversary IPA
Mission Dolores is located at 249 4th Avenue between President and Carroll Streets in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn.
Tuesday, September 18 - NY Fall Beer Frolic featuring Ithaca and Kelso Breweries @ Sunswick 35/35, Queens:
Are you as excited about fall beer as we are? Pumpkins, harvests and probably even a few winters sneaking in there - all spicy, malty and tasting like an American Thanksgiving. Perfect for the autumn winds that cut right through you here in NYC and the rest of the northeast. Sunswick 35/35 in Queens will be throwing a bash honoring this special beer time of year by featuring Kelso brewery of Brooklyn and Ithaca brewery of upstate New York. They'll be taking over the tap lines and the list is looking pretty good:
Ithaca Outdoor Harvest Ale Ithaca Country Pumpkin KelSo Fuku KelSo Kellerfest KelSo Rye_aged Belgian Pale Ale KelSo IPA KelSo Nut Brown Lager
Wear a sweater.
Sunswick 35/35 is located at 3502 35th Street at 35th Avenue in the Astoria neighborhood of Queens.
Tuesday, September 18 - Tuesday Night Tastings: Oktoberfest Beer @ Bierkraft, Brooklyn:
The fall beer keeps on flowing just as the fall leaves will start raining from the trees - it must be the season. Hit up Bierkraft in Brooklyn for an Oktoberfest tasting. Oktoberfest brews are traditionally known as Marzen lagers, malty and crisp, same as the autumn air. Bierkraft's Chris Balla will teach you the ins and outs of the style, both the American versions and the tried and true European (read: German) brews. Tuesday Night Tastings are free but they get crowded so get there early.
Bierkraft is located at 191 5th Avenue between Berkeley and Union Streets in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn.
Wednesday, September 19 - Sierra Nevada Event @ The Blind Tiger Ale House, Manhattan:
Sierra Nevada is an old American Craft Brewery. One of the first to reignite America's passion for hand crafted beer. It then makes perfect sense that they have such a diverse collection of offerings for you to enjoy and they'll be out in full force this Wednesday at the Blind Tiger. They'll even be serving up a selection from their homebrew camp and some aged old favorites. One of Manhattan's first craft beer bars combining forces with one of America's first craft beer revolutionaries, can't go wrong with that one.
Beer Camp Oatmeal Stout Beer Camp Imperial Pilsner Beer Camp Floral IPA (w/ rose hips) Beer Camp Imperial Red IPA Hoptimum Red Wine Barrel-Aged Ovila Dubbel Tumbler Autumn Brown Ale Ovila Belgian Golden 2010 30th Anniversary Jack & Ken’s Black Barleywine Scotch Ale Oktoberfest Bigfoot 2010 Bigfoot 2011 Torpedo Cask (firkin) Porter cask (firkin) Best Bitter Cask (pin)
The Blind Tiger Ale House is located at 281 Bleecker Street between Jones Street and 6th Avenue in the West Village neighborhood of Manhattan.
Thursday, September 20 - San Diego Beer Night @ Breukelen Bier Merchants, Brooklyn:
San Diego has solidified itself as one of the creative and hoppy cities when it comes to the American craft beer scene. This Thursday Breukelen Bier Merchants in Williamsburg will be showing their California loving for SD by hosting several of their breweries. Check out this setup:
Mission Brewery: Shipwrecked IPA- Double IPA Amber
Green Flash Brewing Co.: Friendship Brew- Belgian Strong Ale (w/ St Feuillien) 30th Pale Ale (Cask)
AleSmith Brewing Co: Anvil ESB Speedway Stout- Imp. Stout Bring your surfboard. The beer will be flowing.
Breukelen Bier Merchants are located at 182 Grand Street between Bedford and Driggs Avenues in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn.