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When Brooklyn Brewery opened its production space and tasting room on North 11th Street in 1996, the company was a neighborhood trailblazer. Today, that reality is quite different. It's at the epicenter of a teeming social scene (and at times shit-show), just around the corner from Brooklyn Bowl, and across the street from Reynard and the Wythe Hotel. So while the company still has nine years remaining on its lease, the Brewery has decided to wise up early: in anticipation of astronomically-further-rising...
https://youtu.be/AsaBoiAFNL8 Walk into KelSo's new taproom in Clinton Hill and the first thing you'll see (besides the gleaming industrial sized fermenters grumbling away) are barrels. They line the bar area, each of them marked with the signature "KB" and an indication of the liquids once held in those vessels--Jameson Irish Whiskey, bourbon, wine, and the list goes on. Kelly Taylor, the brewmaster of KelSo, is no stranger to barrel-aged beers. The Jameson Aged IPA (made for...
“A new Brooklyn Defender is among us,” reads Brooklyn Brewery’s website. The introductory sentence perches atop a snowfall of vibrant sketches, each depicting the same muscular young man, outfitted in a trailing white hood and a pair of bright red Jordans, elbows and knees cocked and ready to launch into action. This is The Brooklyn Defender, the superhero counterpart to Brooklyn Brewery’s newest release, a juicy, West Coast-style Red IPA brewed in partnership with...
I once heard a prominent American craft brewer compare brewing the best pumpkin beer to “being the smartest idiot in the room.” Alright, he might have used a more offensive term than “idiot,” but you get the sentiment--serious beer nerds aren’t exactly stoked on pumpkin ales. Which is why it came as no surprise to me that when I set out to survey a handful of industry folks, my queries were, on the whole,...

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