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It's summer, it's hot, it's time to sip on some good beer (and nosh on some good food), to cool off and celebrate the season. That's where Good Beer comes in. We've gathered from among the best craft breweries around and paired them alongside some of the city's finest fare for a tasty and memorable evening. Check out the lineup of superstar breweries, restaurants and food artisans who are pouring and serving this year. Stay tuned for more participants.
BREWERIES, CIDER MAKERS and SPIRIT BRANDS
Abita Brewing Company • Allagash Brewing Company • Alphabet City Brewing Company • American Harvest Organic Spirit • Blue Point Brewing Company • Breezy Hill Orchard and Cider Mill • Brooklyn Brewery • Cliffton Dry • Doc's Draft Hard Ciders • Dogfish Head • Empire Brewing Company • Greenport Harbor Brewing • Harvest Moon Cidery at Critz Farm • Heartland Brewery • KelSo Beer Company • La Brasserie Unibroue • Lagunitas Brewing Company • MOA Beer • Naked Flock Hard Cider • Oskar Blues • Peach Street Distillers, Dulce Vida Tequila, Middle West Spirits • Radeberger Gruppe • Sierra Nevada Brewing Company • Sixpoint Brewery • Smuttynose Brewing Company • St Killian Importing Company • Tuthilltown Spirits
RESTAURANTS and FOOD and DRINK ARTISANS
Alison Eighteen • Allswell • Almond • BAMcafé • Belgian Beer Café • Bell Book & Candle • Boulton and Watt • Brooklyn Cured • Bruce Cost Ginger Ale • Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola • Edi and the Wolf • First and South • Fort Defiance • Fort Reno • Gramercy Tavern • L & W Oyster Co. • Les Trois Petits Cochons • Luke's Lobster • McClure's Pickles • Monument Lane • Mountain Valley Spring Water • Northern Spy Food Co. • Q Drinks • Rick's Picks • SlantShack Jerky • Swine • The Vanderbilt • Upright Brew House • The Saint Austere • Whole Foods Market
***Please note, this event is age 21 and over***
When & Where
Edible Brooklyn & Edible Manhattan
Edible celebrates the boroughs' diverse food and delicious culture. Brimming with engaging stories and enticing photography, Edible defines and honors NYC cuisine. This is a magazine with an opinion, one that advocates for preserving food traditions, savoring food experiences, and pulling back the curtain on where Brooklyn and Manhattan's food comes from and how it gets here.