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Bierkraft

  1. Beer Me
    Is New York in Danger of Losing Its Most Interesting Beer Boutiques?Why the retail side of selling unique, small-batch beer remains surprisingly difficult, even at a time when interest in craft beer is at an all-time high.
  2. Beer Me,
    Bierkraft Plans to Brew Its Own BeerThe Park Slope specialty brew shop has added tables; now they’ll brew lager.
  3. Feasts
    A Very Brooklyn ThanksgivingNona Brooklyn assembles a potluck feast of recipes from the borough.
  4. Booze News
    First of Two Bronx-Made Beers Hits Bars This WeekendBronck’s Beer Company will debut around the city this weekend.
  5. Openings
    Beloved Upstate Butcher Fleisher’s Is Coming to Park SlopeAnd they’re releasing a book.
  6. Neighborhood Watch
    Details on the Laurent Gras Pop-up at BLT Fish; a Six-Course Vegan Tasting MenuPlus: a new flavor at the Lemon Ice King of Corona, Bierkraft celebrates their new outdoor space, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  7. Openings
    Good Beer Brings (You Guessed It!) Good Beer to the East Village600 to 900 bottles of beer on the wall, and growlers, too.
  8. Mmm Beer
    Thrilling Obama Sighting at BierkraftYour last chance to buy Hop Obama.
  9. Neighborhood Watch
    Brighton Beach Restaurant Manager Fights Thief, and LosesBrighton Beach: Manager of Little Odessa restaurant Tatiana wrestled a thief with gun, but the intruder got away with holiday-weekend earnings of $100,000 after brandishing a knife. [NYDN] Chelsea: There’s speculation that Little Seoul has closed, but it sounds like the restaurant just took a long weekend. [Blog Chelsea] Greenwich Village: Hopes that Cedar Tavern would return from the condo-development grave seem dashed, though neighbors don’t seem too disappointed. [Gothamist] Park Slope: Bierkraft’s free “Bizarro” beer tasting at 7 p.m. tonight includes cheese pairings. [Brooklyn Record] Prospect-Lefferts-Gardens: Met Foods open! [Across the Park]
  10. The In-box
    I Long for the Unfiltered Beer of PragueDear Grub Street,I studied abroad in Prague last semester and discovered Champagne beer called Samp (pronounced Shamp) at one of the best microbreweries in Prague — it became my drink. It was yet unfiltered and unpasteurized, and it smelled and tasted of flowers. I’m guessing I won’t find the exact brand, but are there any places I could get this amazing drink in New York?Sakiko
  11. At the Market
    Red Rice, Pink Beer; Ruby Grapefruits to Share, Cure ColdsWhen it comes to Valentine’s Day, lovers cannot live on chocolate alone — there’s also the obligatory pink-food category! Unlike conversation hearts and wax lips, the following rose-hued delectables are all delicious enough to seek out more than once a year.
  12. At the Market
    Summer Cheeses Ripen, and Hot Cocoa Combats the ColdWinter weather that keeps you inside has finally arrived. Venture out for supplies, then crank the oven and provision yourself to hibernate.
  13. Click and Save
    Real-Life Duff Man Will Bring You Beer at HomeAre you ambitious enough to try to figure out what kind of beer will go best with the your Super Bowl snacks but too lazy to attend the beer tastings at the likes of Jimmy’s and Bierkraft (or even consult this recent article)? Meet Sam Merritt, former brand manager of the Brooklyn Brewery and man behind Civilization of Beer, an organization that’s now offering private tastings. Merritt, in other words, brings the brew to you. (Thrillist, unsurprisingly, has already given him their grunt of approval.) We clamored to ask him a few questions.
  14. User's Guide
    Become an Instant Expert on Brooklyn Dining; Mildly Impress Friends It’s not that there aren’t good restaurants in Brooklyn — far from it! It’s just that they’re so spread out that getting to many of them feels less like grabbing a bite to eat than making a pilgrimage. But you can conveniently affirm your faith in the borough’s food tomorrow night at the annual Brooklyn Eats tasting event, which convenes over 40 restaurants and stores in the downtown Marriot. For $75 in advance, $95 at the door, this cross-section of Brooklyn becomes your own personal all-you-can-eat buffet. Check out the Soul Spot, a beacon on Atlantic Avenue; Bierkraft’s tremendous beer selection; Kush Cafe’s aromatic French-African cooking; and, because you surely don’t want to neglect dessert, the ethereal Sweet Melissa Patisserie.