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Brooklyn Brewery
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79 N 11th St Brooklyn, NY 11249
79 North 11th StreetUSNew York11249
$Brewery, Bar
Bars and Pubs
Beer Distributor
Business Service
Food Production
Manufacturing Plant
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Microbrewery with tastings & tours that offer an inside look at the creation process.- Google
"Also lots of good food in the area to eat with your beer."
"Spaghetti good, burger , salad tiny and way over priced."
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Jenn Bradley
a month ago
As an out of town guest, second timer...Fun atmosphere! Always changing decor. Cool vibe. Great beer selection. Good music. Negative... 2nd time here, short female bartender, zero personality sadly, seems not friendly at all. Its like you're bothering her for walking up to the counter. #rude. 😝 Positive... all other workers seem really nice. One guy in particular super cool, helped me both visits at bar, African American guy, stocky 💪, great, positive attitude... I own a small business where customer service is key... he's a great addition!
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Kristine Bulaklak
2 weeks ago
Loved the option to sample all the different beers but it got very crowded quickly. Also had a cool layout and decor.
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John Miller
3 months ago
The beer is great. Good staples as choices and the quality and freshness was what you'd expect. Staff was friendly and quick. The big downside is the setup of this place: you wait in a line to get in, then wait in a line to get tokens, then wait in a line to exchange those tokens for beer. Could they have a more convoluted process? The tables and seating might as well not exist as the place is over-crowded and, as other reviewers note, full of drunk twenty-somethings. Bottom line: If you're a grumpy old person - prepare to be unhappy. If you're a drunk twenty-something - prepare to wait in line to get decent beer surrounded by your peers and frowning old(er) people.
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The Captain
2 months ago
I don't even like beer; came with some friends... I thought the place was pretty cool, and despite hating every beer I drink, the Yuka (fruit beer) was easily drinkable! Only negative is the seating availability. There's no place to sit; they could easily rearrange the place to maximize seating.
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Scott F
a month ago
I'm really disappointed. I was excited to finally visit this place whilst in town, but the whole experience was unpleasant. They seem to want to run the place like a crappy nightclub or something--they're completely missing when it comes to catering to the general type of audience that visits breweries. First, this place was somewhat difficult to locate. When we finally found it, the door was wide open and we walked in. Some disgruntled bouncer sort asked us what we were doing and why we just walked in. We informed him that the door was wide open and there was no one outside. So, he made us go stand in line? Why? Who knows, probably for the sake of being pretentious. Then, while we're standing there, the two bouncer guys are making snide comments about women walking by. Come on, guys, how sleazy can you get? When they finally decided to let us in, it was stand in line for tokens then stand in line for beers. All of the people working in the place had bad attitudes and were quite rude or just generally impolite. The place was very crowded but not unlike other breweries I've seen; the problem was that you couldn't talk to anyone because the crappy music they were playing was so loud. My friend and I finished up our two beers and got out of there quick. In a word: unpleasant. In another word: sleazy. It was definitely not the typical brewery experience. Go once, try your best to enjoy it, then don't go back.
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Tim Cleary
4 months ago
What can I say? Fantastic beers, place gets super-full and noisy, but you can still talk if you wander away from the bar over to where the brewing tanks are. Simple Pleasures: East IPA, straight from the tap at the brewery - delicious and refreshing. Also the Local 1 Belgian-style Golden Ale (which is almost too easy to drink, considering its whopping 9% alcohol content)
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Elizabeth Markham
6 months ago
We came in on the first warm Saturday of the year, around 4pm, which was way too late. The line was crazy long, and they sold out of tour tickets for the rest of the day, and the line to get tokens was too long and the line to get beer was long and... I don't know. I just didn't love it. Pros: Very cool space. Cons: It was overcrowded. And $5 for a plastic cup of beer is fine, I guess, but I wish they'd had more sample options (tastings of all the beers for like $20 or something). We ended up talking our way onto the 4:30 tour by chance, which redeemed this trip - but I wouldn't count on that working again. The tour was pretty simple, the tour guide was cool and funny but it was pretty basic. Not sure I'd come back, honestly, or recommend it to anyone if they're not super into Brooklyn Brewery already.
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David Bartley
2 weeks ago
Great small batch tour - more of a tasting session than a tour but entertaining staff and informative


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