Paulaner Brewery – This German brewery on Manhattan’s Lower East Side carries on the proud tradition of German brewing, making traditional German beer with a unique craft beer twist.
Brooklyn Brewery – Serving New York since 1988, Brooklyn Brewery is the Godfather of craft brewing in New York. Their taproom is only open on weekends, so we enjoy a rare chance to drink some of their best.
Spuyten Duyvil – Voted best beer bar in New York by BeerAdvocate, Spuyten Duyvil is for serious beer people. We enjoy an artisanal charcuterie plate paired with a flight of craft beer.
Singlecut Beersmiths – One of the hottest new breweries on the scene and the first brewery in Queens since Prohibition, Singlecut specializes in lagers and IPAs. They have a rock ‘n roll spirit, and a beer nerd philosophy.
Birreria Brewery – This brewery embodies the spirit of Dogfish Head, one of its co-founders, “Off-Centered Ales for Off-Centered People.” Birreria specializes in cask beer and makes some of the most eccentric and delicious beer in New York.
Bohemian Hall – The oldest beer garden in New York, Bohemian Hall is a Czech beer paradise. Walking into this place is like walking straight into the Czech Republic. Enjoy tastings of Czech beer and pickles.
McSorley’s Olde Ale House – Described as an Irish day spa by Esquire, McSorely’s is New York’s oldest pub, proudly serving NYC since 1854. This place is as unique as it gets. We drink their famous “light” and “dark”.
Bronx Brewery – This brewery doesn’t mess around! They’re on a mission to brew some of the best beer on The East Coast. Their flagship craft brews are some of the best in town.
The Well – With 60 beers on tap, and over 140 in bottles, The Well takes its place among NYC’s most prestigious beer bars. We do a beer tasting of locally brewed craft beer.
Randolph Beer – Located beneath New York’s oldest hotel, Randolph is one of Manhattan’s craft beer hotspots, featuring 60+ craft beers from around the world.