Mayor Bloomberg has declared July ‘Good Beer Month’ for the fifth year in a row. It’s a proclamation meant to make New York’s craft beer culture more accessible to the entire city as well as saluting those craft beer advocates (and some stellar bars) around the five boroughs. That and it also means lots of fun beer-related events.
Here are five big events to check out this month:
Hosted by Jimmy Carbone of Jimmy’s No. 43 and Beer Sessions Radio, this event combines amazing and rare beer talk (and maybe a little tasting) with live music at The Greene Space.
Another event at The Greene Space, this one will feature a panel of very talented home brewers offering up tips on how (and how not) to make your own great beer at home.
You got it: this one’s at The Greene Space too and if you want to go to all three of the above events, you can get a discount. This last event brings back Jimmy Carbone and features three great breweries from the borough of Queens.
Details on this one are still rolling in but it promises to be a good event. It will be held in Williamsburg and will host several of the state’s best brewery options. Keep an eye out for news from the Good Beer Seal.
Taking place at 82Mercer, this event promises to be a good one. Lots of beer and celebrating will lead up to the announcement of the Good Beer Seal Awards: bars joining the ranks of the best beer bars in New York City.
Which event are you going to?