Brooklyn Happy Hour, Barrel Aging, Beer with Lobster, +
A Brazilian Celebration
Our monthly Happy Hour event is moving to Brooklyn this time. And not just anywhere in Brooklyn, but The Frying Pan at Industry City. Meet fellow travelers and tour guides, while having some drinks and playing a few rounds of mini-golf or ping pong. And if you've never been to Industry City (where we do our Made in NY tour), now's your chance.
Barrel aging is a fascinating process that brings out intense flavors in things like beer, sauces, and other fermented consumables. Brooklyn brewmaster Garrett Oliver and barrel manager Eric Brown lead an evening about this amazing process at Museum of Food and Drink and let you taste their creations.Seasonal Spirits: Wild and Wood / Thursday, August 30, 2018 from 6:30-8:30pm.
All day long at Hester Street Fair, you can try some great lobster rolls and other crustacean-inspired dishes and pair them with beer. As the summer slowly draws to a close, we can't think of a better way of celebrating than with this natural pairing at on of the city's most underrated food markets.
Celebrate Brazilian culture without hopping a plane to Rio (although you should and take our tours down there). Along 46th Street, which is also known as Little Brazil, there will be traditional music, food vendors, and plenty of Brazilian energy and culture. Don't miss the party!!