Autumn Brings Breweries, Bars and a Taproom

At Beer Street’s original location in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, the bar manager and partner Cory Bonfiglio pours a beer into an aroma-enhancing Teku glass.

The newest addition to New York City's beer scene is a familiar brew.

After more than two years of delays, Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergso plans to finally open Evil Twin Brewing New York City. Until now, he has been making his beer using other people’s equipment, but in November, he’ll establish his own brewery in a dilapidated ballroom in Ridgewood, Queens, producing an array of I.P.A.s as well as beers aged in wine and spirits barrels, many available only on site.

They’ll be served in three distinct spaces: an intimate indoor bar, a gravel-lined beer garden and a year-round glass greenhouse with seating for about 75, rain or shine. Fette Sau, the Williamsburg barbecue specialist, will operate a permanent food truck, offering smoked brisket and more. “It’ll be like walking into an oasis,” Mr. Jarnit-Bjergso said.

As New York City’s beer scene continues to expand, so have the ambitions for this fall’s new bars, brewery taprooms and beer gardens. They’re outdoing the competition, and their previous locations, with an outsize approach to selling beer.

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Credit...Cole Wilson for The New York Times
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Credit...Cole Wilson for The New York Times

Beer Street, in Williamsburg, is currently one of Brooklyn’s smallest beer bars, specializing in highly regarded, locally brewed farmhouse ales, sours and I.P.A.s. In December, it will expand to a second, much larger location in the Pacific Park development in Prospect Heights, near the Barclays Center.

“I’m used to holes and caves. This is kind of bonkers,” the managing partner Cory Bonfiglio said of the bright, 2,500-square-foot space. There, Beer Street will serve cultish brews from the likes of Other Half and Kent Falls in aroma-enhancing Teku glassware, as well as cider on tap and drinks available only at this location, like draft wine, cocktails and sodas seasoned with bay leaves. “I like providing interesting nonalcoholic options,” said Mr. Bonfiglio, whose menu will include sandwiches from Foster Sundry in Bushwick.

The city’s brewery boom of the last five years has largely occurred in warehouses and industrial buildings outside Manhattan that offer ample space and appropriate zoning. But come October, the showy One SoHo Square towers will welcome Torch & Crown’s on-site brewery, event space and full kitchen, while an adjoining alleyway is earmarked for a 2,500-square-foot outdoor beer garden.

“There’s a reason that no one has done what we’re doing in Manhattan,” said John Dantzler, a founder of Torch & Crown Brewing Company. (Concurrently, the company will open a taproom at its separate Bronx brewery.)

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Credit...Cole Wilson for The New York Times
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Credit...Cole Wilson for The New York Times

In the 4,000-square-foot SoHo taproom the Cannibal — aManhattan restaurant that specializes in homemade charcuterie — will offer beer-friendly fare paired with super-fresh, juicy I.P.A.s served from tanks installed above the bar.

“It calls attention to the fact that we’re making it right there,” said Mr. Dantzler, who will install a small brewing system for brewing demonstrations in which visitors can take part, adding hops or stirring grains. “Our vision for this space is to make it an immersive experience.”

Beer Street 550 Vanderbilt Avenue (Pacific Street), Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, beerstreetny.com, December.

Evil Twin Brewing New York City 1616 George Street (between Wyckoff Avenue and Cypress Avenue), Ridgewood, Queens, eviltwin.nyc, November.

Torch & Crown Brewing Company 161 Avenue of the Americas (between Spring Street and Vandam Street), torchandcrown.com, October.

Torch & Crown Brewing Company (Taproom) 463 East 173rd Street (between Park Avenue and Washington Avenue), Claremont, the Bronx, October.

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Autumn Brings Breweries, Bars and a Taproom

At Beer Street’s original location in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, the bar manager and partner Cory Bonfiglio pours a beer into an aroma-enhancing Teku glass.

The newest addition to New York City's beer scene is a familiar brew.

After more than two years of delays, Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergso plans to finally open Evil Twin Brewing New York City. Until now, he has been making his beer using other people’s equipment, but in November, he’ll establish his own brewery in a dilapidated ballroom in Ridgewood, Queens, producing an array of I.P.A.s as well as beers aged in wine and spirits barrels, many available only on site.

They’ll be served in three distinct spaces: an intimate indoor bar, a gravel-lined beer garden and a year-round glass greenhouse with seating for about 75, rain or shine. Fette Sau, the Williamsburg barbecue specialist, will operate a permanent food truck, offering smoked brisket and more. “It’ll be like walking into an oasis,” Mr. Jarnit-Bjergso said.

As New York City’s beer scene continues to expand, so have the ambitions for this fall’s new bars, brewery taprooms and beer gardens. They’re outdoing the competition, and their previous locations, with an outsize approach to selling beer.

Image
Credit...Cole Wilson for The New York Times
Image
Credit...Cole Wilson for The New York Times

Beer Street, in Williamsburg, is currently one of Brooklyn’s smallest beer bars, specializing in highly regarded, locally brewed farmhouse ales, sours and I.P.A.s. In December, it will expand to a second, much larger location in the Pacific Park development in Prospect Heights, near the Barclays Center.

“I’m used to holes and caves. This is kind of bonkers,” the managing partner Cory Bonfiglio said of the bright, 2,500-square-foot space. There, Beer Street will serve cultish brews from the likes of Other Half and Kent Falls in aroma-enhancing Teku glassware, as well as cider on tap and drinks available only at this location, like draft wine, cocktails and sodas seasoned with bay leaves. “I like providing interesting nonalcoholic options,” said Mr. Bonfiglio, whose menu will include sandwiches from Foster Sundry in Bushwick.

The city’s brewery boom of the last five years has largely occurred in warehouses and industrial buildings outside Manhattan that offer ample space and appropriate zoning. But come October, the showy One SoHo Square towers will welcome Torch & Crown’s on-site brewery, event space and full kitchen, while an adjoining alleyway is earmarked for a 2,500-square-foot outdoor beer garden.

“There’s a reason that no one has done what we’re doing in Manhattan,” said John Dantzler, a founder of Torch & Crown Brewing Company. (Concurrently, the company will open a taproom at its separate Bronx brewery.)

Image
Credit...Cole Wilson for The New York Times
Image
Credit...Cole Wilson for The New York Times

In the 4,000-square-foot SoHo taproom the Cannibal — aManhattan restaurant that specializes in homemade charcuterie — will offer beer-friendly fare paired with super-fresh, juicy I.P.A.s served from tanks installed above the bar.

“It calls attention to the fact that we’re making it right there,” said Mr. Dantzler, who will install a small brewing system for brewing demonstrations in which visitors can take part, adding hops or stirring grains. “Our vision for this space is to make it an immersive experience.”

Beer Street 550 Vanderbilt Avenue (Pacific Street), Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, beerstreetny.com, December.

Evil Twin Brewing New York City 1616 George Street (between Wyckoff Avenue and Cypress Avenue), Ridgewood, Queens, eviltwin.nyc, November.

Torch & Crown Brewing Company 161 Avenue of the Americas (between Spring Street and Vandam Street), torchandcrown.com, October.

Torch & Crown Brewing Company (Taproom) 463 East 173rd Street (between Park Avenue and Washington Avenue), Claremont, the Bronx, October.

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