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We drank a lot of beer this year. Like, a lot-a lot. Much of it was made right here, either within the limits of New York City or just beyond them, and so we can now say without any hesitation that there is an astounding number of really, truly great beers being made all around us, and that it’s high time this place starts getting the credit it deserves as a premier beer town. Below,...
Hey, it's Monday! Which means there's a long way to go before another weekend is upon us! So that's kind of terrible! But let's look on the bright side: it seems that, just yesterday, we settled comfortably into the fall, and according to the weather forecast, 70-degree days are officially behind us. This is good for many reasons--sweaters, boots, "America," --but chief among them is the degree to which it now feels even better...
The big news in beer talk this week was, of course, who-won-what at the Great American Beer Festival’s fierce annual competition. And in Brooklyn, beloved newcomer Grimm Artisanal Ales had much reason to celebrate. “We were out when we heard,” laughed Lauren Grimm on Sunday, who, along with husband and co-founder Joe Grimm, has owned and operated the nomadic nanobrewery since 2013. “Yeah,” chimed in Joe, leaning over the bar at Windsor Terrace’s Double Windsor. “We...
With the obvious exception of Brooklyn Brewery’s Black Chocolate Stout and a relatively new offering from Other Half, there aren’t an awful lot of imperial stouts being made here in the New York City area—surprising, given the degree to which the style has for years been sending beer nerds into a tizzy. So it was nice when, about three months ago, Grimm Artisanal Ales released Double Negative, a 10% ABV Imperial Stout that stands...

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