A loud place with picnic tables, but I can say "been there, done that"! Not even my beer drinking husband wanted to hang around!!
As a long time fan of their beers it was an obvious place to visit. Easy to find from the subway just a short 10 minute walk. On the day of my visit the part of the brewery was closed due to a refurb but areas visited were well worth it. Hit the bar after the tour to sample the... More
Alot of fun and a good Weekend spot to try some beers and take the "tour". The tour is more a history of the brewery than a tour but still interesting and worth seeing. Be prepared to line up on the weekends. Can be a bit or line for beer and entry so take plenty of cash and load up.
This brewery is a very busy place. Although the tour is not really a tour but more of a talk on how beer is made and how the company came about, it is still worth listening to. Beer tokens are purchased for $5 each or 5 for $20 then you line up for your beer. The high content beer did... More
Beer in NYC is pricing so getting quality beer for $4 each which you purchase 5 tokens is great! The brewery is a loud place with big tables set up between the bar and small shop. The tour isn't really a tour but a talk by a member of staff about the history but still worth listening to. Outside food... More
This is not a pretentious brewery at all. It is a renovated warehouse with a real working brewery, 4-5 bartenders filling cups with great brew, and a bunch of large tables in a big, open, very loud room. We loved it. First of all understand that in general, buying alcohol in New York City is torture if you're not from... More
The Brooklyn Lager has become fameous in Scandinavia - it sells more in Stockholm than anywhere else in the world excepts NYC. Coming from Norway where we find tjis good beer a few places, - a visit to the source is mandatory. For USD 8, having booked 30 days in advance, the tour was interesting and we got a tasting... More
Why not to go to one of the best beer makers on the world? Awesome bar, nice souvenirs and a beer tour! Hungry? Buy in one of the nearby kiosks and bring your food inside!
Not the best brewery tour, but a great place to sample some unique brew and learn a bit about the history of one of America's more stored small breweries. The brewery offers free no-reservation tours on the hour between 1 and 5 on Saturdays and Sundays. Once a brewery with only a small following, the craft brew renaissance means the... More
We did not do the tour as we have done enough brewery tours in the last year or two but I expect that some day we will go back and do the tour. We know how beer is made but every place offers some history or interesting nuggets about how their process is different. The tastings work as follows: you... More
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