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  • Bacchus Wines

    2056 Broadway New York, NY 10023

  • Barrow Street Ale House

    15 Barrow St. New York, NY 10014-6853

  • Bayard's Ale House

    533 Hudson St. New York, NY 10014-2601

  • BB Doyles

    302 W. 51st St. New York, NY 10019

  • Bitter & Esters

    Bitter & Esters

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

  • The Brew Inn

    924 Manhattan Ave. Brooklyn, NY

  • Bronx Ale House

    216 W. 238th St. Bronx, NY 10463

  • Bronx Alehouse

    216 W. 238th St. Bronx, NY 10463

  • Brooklyn Brewery

    Brooklyn Brewery

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

  • Brooklyn Tap House

    590 Myrtle Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11205

  • Brooklyn Winery

    213 N. 8th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211