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BROOKLYN WATERFRONT BEER FESTIVAL in Williamsburg

Posted by on June 11th, 2012 with 0 Comments

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The Hand Crafted Tasting Company is at it again! Following hot on the heels of their winter/spring NYC Craft Beer Festival tasting event and in keeping with our desire to bring the New York area the opportunity to sample the best in seasonal beers, we are proud to announce the Brooklyn Waterfront Craft & Specialty Beer Festival. This summer’s tasting festival will take place outdoors on the Brooklyn waterfront with spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline. The Festival will be located at 5 North 11th Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY on Saturday, June 16, 2012.

 

The Brooklyn Waterfront Beer festival is a true celebration of the summer beer experience. Invited are the best craft & specialty brewers from around the globe to come together at one time, in one place, under the waterfront tent, so you can sample a careful selection of the best, and in many cases rare, seasonal summer brews.

VIP ticket holders will be admitted an hour earlier and have access to the beer, the brewers and the food during this first hour with just a limited amount of people. This is a great time to speak with some of your favorite brewers.

A limited number of Connoisseur tickets will be made available. Connoisseurs will also be able to attend the event during its VIP opening hour. In addition they will have an improved, express entrance line and access to the Connoisseurs Lounge for the entire session. The Connoisseurs Lounge is a great place to get away from the crowds. Relax either indoors on our couches or on the outdoor Connoisseur patio overlooking the East River and the Williamsburg Bridge.

Hours

Session I
VIP/Connoisseurs: 12:30 PM – 4:00 PM
General Admission: 1:30 PM – 4:00 PM

Session II
VIP/Connoisseurs: 6:00 PM – 9:30 PM
General Admission: 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Restaurants: All Gastropubs from Brooklyn –spots for great food and extensive beer list.  All of the restaurants are fairly close to the Williamsburg Waterfront

Sheep Stationhttp://www.sheepstation.net/  149 4th Ave (Boerum Hill/Park Slope?)

Australian food and drinks

Menu: Aussie Lamb Sandwich $8

Thin slice Australian roast lamb leg,

Arugula, Tomato, Garlic mayo,

Beer onions.

 

Australian Meat Pie / Vegetable Curry pie $8

 

The Brooklyn Starhttp://thebrooklynstar.com/   593 Lorimer Street (Williamsburg)

American home cooking with full drink menu

Menu: The Brooklyn Star Famous Meatloaf Sandwich

 

Corneliushttp://corneliusbrooklyn.com/  565 Vanderbilt Ave (Fort Greene)

 

“One of New York’s best gourmet happy hours”  – TimeOut NY  focus on seafood

 

Menu: Shrimp and grits

 

Food Trucks – Two top NY food trucks serving grilled cheese and ice cream. Both use the freshest, natural ingredients and focus on the quality ingredients, like craft beer producers.

 

The Morris Grilled Cheese Truck: The Morris Grilled Cheese Truck serves up gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches made from the freshest ingredients purchased at local farms. The owner, Michael Jacober, went to restaurant management school at Penn State, staged in Paris and at Per Se and helped Marco Canora open Insieme in Manhattan.

 

 

Menu: artisanal grilled cheese sandwiches

 

 

Coolhaus: Every Coolhaus Ice Cream Sandwich is all-natural, handmade and organic whenever possible. Our dairy is sustainably produced and artificial growth hormone free. We use local and seasonal farmer’s market fresh ingredients. Plus, every ice cream sandwich is wrapped in a customizable, edible wrapper that is all-natural and calorie-free. Instead of throwing away your wrapper, you get to eat it! With this marriage of creativity and sustainability, we thrive to push the boundaries of sweet and savory by featuring unique ice cream flavors that you can’t get anywhere else, on cookies made with love.

 

Menu:  Ice cream sandwiches

 

 

Connoisseur Lounge

 

MexiBBQhttp://mexiqny.com/ Astoria

 

MexiBBQ recently changed its name from MexiQ to MexiBBQ to emphasize the fusion of Mexian and BBQ food they serve (and to avoid confusion with the Mexicue food truck but don’t mention that)

 

Menu: Fresh Guacamole on Mini Tostadas

Pulled BBQ Brisket on Mini Tostadas

Pork Meatballs with a Sweet & Smokey BBQ Sauce

Chimichangas filled with BBQ Pulled Pork, Black Beans and Jack Cheese; Ancho Chile Sauce for dipping

 

 

 

Full Menu for main floor:

 

The Morris Truck: artisanal grilled cheese sandwiches

Coolhaus:  All-natural, handmade ice cream sandwiches

Cornelius:  Shrimp and grits

The Brooklyn Star:  The Brooklyn Star Famous Meatloaf Sandwich

Sheep Station:  Aussie Lamb Sandwich $8

Thin slice Australian roast lamb leg,

Australian Meat Pie / Vegetable Curry pie $8

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