Get a Sneak Preview of This Year’s Brooklyn Pour Menu


We’re less than 48 hours away from the largest one-day beer tasting festival in New York City: Brooklyn Pour.

Bring your friends and save with our limited Brooklyn Pour “Brooklyn Buds” 4-pack ticket deal. You’ll get four General Admission tickets for $170 ($50 off)…and the makings of an epic fall Saturday filled with booze, food, games, and more.

Rolling in with a smaller crew? We still have a handful of discounted general admission tickets for $10 off if you use the code VV10 at the checkout.

Want the VIP experience? You’re in luck. This year, we have an exclusive lounge stocked to the brim with complimentary oyster pairing samples, cheese tastings, canapes, and — of course — VIP gift bags filled with plenty of goodies. Plus, you’ll be able to get into the venue a full hour early at 2 p.m., so you can get a head start.

This year is one of our biggest yet, with more than 65 breweries from our backyard (and far beyond) toting over 125 different beers for you to savor. Get ready to raise your complimentary souvenir tasting glass to the prospect of finding a new favorite brew…or several.

In anticipation of this weekend’s festivities, we have a special sneak peek at some of this year’s brewery menus:

Brooklyn Brewery
Defender IPA and Tripel Burner

Brooklyn Brew Shop 
Berliner Weisse and Mosaic Single Hop IPA

Coney Island Brewing Company 
Mermaid Pilsner and Freaktoberfest

Sixpoint Brewery 
Tesla and Sweet Action 

Smuttynose Brewing Company 
Pumpkin Ale and Vunderbar Pilsner

Check out the full list of local and national breweries participating in Brooklyn Pour this year.

Not a beer fan? Don’t worry, there’s also plenty of hard seltzer, cider, and spirits (Jameson, anyone?) to make up for it:

Austin Eastciders
Original Dry Cider, Texas Honey Cider, Hopped Cider, and Pineapple Cider

West Indies Lime, Valencia Orange, Indian River Grapefruit, and Cape Cod Cranberry 

Root Sellers Inc. 
Row Hard Root Beer, Pedal Hard Ginger Beer, and Himmel & Erde Carrot Apple Ale

If you get hungry, there’s plenty of Astor Room fare to feast on in between sips: fresh oysters and clams on the half shell, candied bacon with cajun spice, tacos (al pastor and chicken), and vegetarian bean burgers.

Brooklyn Pour
Saturday, September 24, 2016
3—6 p.m.
Brooklyn Expo Center
$55—$85 / 21+
For more information, visit the Brooklyn Pour website.