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  • Alphabet City Beer Co.

    96 Ave. C New York, NY 10009
    646-422-7103

    http://www.abcbeer.co

  • Astor Center

    Astor Center

    399 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10003
    212-674-7501

    http://www.astorcenternyc.com

  • Bacchus Wines

    2056 Broadway New York, NY 10023
    212-875-2100

    http://www.bacchuswinestore.com

  • Bitter & Esters

    Bitter & Esters

    700 Washington Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11238
    917-596-7261

    http://www.bitterandesters.com John La Polla and Doug Amport founded a do-it-yourself brewery in Prospect Heights, where even the most beginner hop-head can learn to craft beer. Bitter and Esters hosts workshops for brewers of all skill levels and in the more advanced classes, folks learn how to make beers from masters at Sierra Nevada, Smuttynose,and Laguintas, while sipping on samples. Bring home a kit from the home brew store or use their equipment to cook up to a 15-gallon batch of whatever beer you choose. Other events include beer swaps, tasting events, and home brew competitions. --Jessica Goodman More >>

  • Breuckelen Distilling Company

    77 19th St. Brooklyn, NY 11232
    347-725-4985

    http://www.brkgin.com

  • The Brew Inn

    924 Manhattan Ave. Brooklyn, NY
    718-576-3345

    http://www.thebrewinnnyc.com/

  • Bronx Alehouse

    216 W. 238th St. Bronx, NY 10463
    718-601-0204

    http://www.bronxalehouse.com

  • Brooklyn Brewery

    Brooklyn Brewery

    79 N. 11th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-486-7422

    http://www.brooklynbrewery.com The Brooklyn Brewery has grown quite a bit since The Village Voice awarded the Williamsburg brewhouse "Best Brewery Tour" in 2002. Now, its lager is nearly ubiquitous and the brewery produces a variety of craft, seasonal, bottle-refermented, and specialty "Brewmaster’s Reserve" beers. Brewmaster Garrett Oliver is deeply knowledgeable and has become somewhat of a beer-celebrity, presiding over an operation that is the largest exporter of craft beer in the US. The brewery tours make for an excellent survey of Brooklyn's manufacturing process--they are a spritely mix of brewery history, massive tanks and cauldrons, and, of course, drinking. Brooklyn's half-block of industrial warehouse spaces are marked off by its massive, bright-red doors on North 11th Street. The bare but spacious tasting hall is warmed up by wooden beams, picnic tables, and, on the weekends, throngs of people. The brewery's popularity means the open tasting room and free, first-come, first-serve tours on Saturday and Sunday get busy. For a more intimate look, try one of the 30 person "small batch" tours from 5-7PM on Monday through Thursday ($8). Be sure to buy a ticket well in advance. Outside food is encouraged for noshing, and on Friday there are no tours, just drinking that freshly tapped cask. --Alex Spoto More >>

  • Brooklyn Brewery

    79 N. 11th St. New York, NY 11211
    718-486-7422

    http://www.brooklynbrewery.com

  • Brooklyn Tap House

    590 Myrtle Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11205

    http://www.brooklyntaphouse.com

  • Brooklyn Winery

    213 N. 8th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    347-763-1506

    http://www.bkwinery.com

  • The California Wine Club

    600 Via Alondra Camarillo, CA 93012
    1-800-777-4443

    http://www.cawineclub.com

  • Finback Brewery

    78-01 77th Ave. Queens, NY 11385

    http://www.finbackbrewery.com/

  • Gun Hill Brewing Company

    3227 Laconia Ave. New York, NY 10469
    718-881-0010

  • Heartland Brewery

    Heartland Brewery

    35 Union Square W. New York, NY 10003
    212-645-3400

    http://www.heartlandbrewery.com Heartland distinguishes itself with a creative take on bar food, and a hit-and-miss selection of homemade beers (we liked the sprightly Red Rooster Ale). In general, the appetizers are a better value than the entrees, with the pu pu platter;five hefty plates stacked in a wrought-iron skyscraper;the best deal of all. The first Heartland opened at Union Square in 1995, there are now a handful of locations throughout the city, including at Times Square, near Radio City. See the website for details: www.heartlandbrewery.com. More >>

  • Heartland Brewery

    Heartland Brewery

    93 South St. New York, NY 10038
    646-572-2337

    http://www.heartlandbrewery.com Heartland distinguishes itself with a creative take on bar food, and a hit-and-miss selection of homemade beers (I liked the sprightly Red Rooster Ale). In general, the appetizers are a better value than the entrées, with the pu pu platter-five hefty plates stacked in a wrought-iron skyscraper-the best deal of all. More >>

  • Heartland Brewery

    Heartland Brewery

    1285 Sixth Ave. New York, NY 10019
    212-582-8244

    http://www.heartlandbrewery.com Heartland distinguishes itself with a creative take on bar food, and a hit-and-miss selection of homemade beers (I liked the sprightly Red Rooster Ale). In general, the appetizers are a better value than the entrées, with the pu pu platter-five hefty plates stacked in a wrought-iron skyscraper-the best deal of all. More >>

  • Heartland Brewery Chop House

    Heartland Brewery Chop House

    127 W. 43rd St. New York, NY 10036
    646-366-0235

    http://www.heartlandbrewery.com Heartland distinguishes itself with a creative take on bar food, and a hit-and-miss selection of homemade beers. I liked the sprightly Red Rooster Ale, but Golden Sunshine Ale was marred by a weird chemical undertaste. An appetizer of grilled garlic sausage featured a German potato salad made pleasantly kinky with Chinese mustard. In general, the appetizers are a better value than the entrées, with the pupu platter-five hefty plates stacked in a wrought-iron skyscraper-the best deal of all. More >>

  • Hofbrau Bierhaus

    Hofbrau Bierhaus

    712 Third Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-867-2337

    http://www.bierhausnyc.com Descended from the famed Hofbrau Haus in Munich, Germany, the Bierhaus is intended as a miniature version. Climb the steep stairs to the second floor to find a vast, sky-lit room crowded with long tables (pain in the ass #1: finding a seat) and a noise level so high (pain in the ass #2) that you'll need earplugs. The beer--there are usually five varieties available, only on tap--tends to be excellent, while the food is mediocre, but relatively inexpensive by Midtown standards. Go for the wursts, of which a multiplicity are available, and skip Bavarian standards like sauerbraten, sauerkraut balls, and the mushy cucumber salad. For snackers, the gargantuan pretzel is a great pleasure. More >>

  • New York Vintners

    21 Warren St. New York, NY 10007
    212-812-3999

    http://www.newyorkvintners.com

  • Recovery Room Pub

    417 E. 70th St. New York, NY 10021
    212-650-1055

  • Red Hook Winery

    204 Van Dyke St. New York, NY 11231
    347-689-2432

    http://www.redhookwinery.com

  • The Shanty

    79 Richardson St. New York, NY 11211

  • Silver Lining

    75 Murray St. New York, NY 10007
    212-513-1234

  • The Tasting Room at Vintage Irving

    118A E. 15th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-677-6300

    http://www.vintageirving.com

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