Williamsburg's Brooklyn Brewery has been churning out some of the city's favorite brews for decades. The neighborhood boasts some of the hippest places in the world to get together, but for those willing to wait in line, you can find rare beers for $5 and enjoy a tour as well.
This Thirsty Thursday, Dish + Drink tastes Nantucket-based Cisco Brewers' Grey Lady ale. The Massachusetts Witbier is floral, fruity, and even a bit spicy.
Dish + Drink checks out Narragansett Del's Shandy, which is currently on offer at Madison Square Eats. The "refreshingly different" summer shandy hails from two of Rhode Island's favorites, Narragansett Brewing Company and Del's Lemonade.
BTR checks out Elysian Brewing’s Omen. This brew is a Belgian style raspberry stout with just the right amount of tang to make your hair stand on end.
Dish + Drink checks out Rogue Brewery's Lemon Chiffon Crueller Ale. Rogue adds four types of malts and two different varieties of hops, yet both the quirky concept and bottle design lets the imbiber know that this beer was definitely not made for the brew purists and snobs.
Dish + Drink checks out Evil Twin Brewing’s Molotov Cocktail Single Simcoe Hop Edition Imperial IPA.
A double review of Southern Tier’s Creme Brulee Stout and Doughnut Plant's Creme Brulee doughseed.