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79 N 11th St Brooklyn, NY 11249
79 North 11th StreetUSNew YorkNew York11249
(718) 486-7422brooklynbrewery.com
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Microbrewery with tastings & tours that offer an inside look at the creation process.- Google
"I love the beer but not the brewery."
"Wait in line to get in. Wait in line to buy beer tokens."
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Louise McCallum
a month ago
I paid to do the small batch tour on a Monday night and it was excellent. The tour guide was funny and gave a good history. I got to sample 4 beers and got to see how it was made. Plus you get a free glass to take home. Great value for money.
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Elizabeth Tam
3 weeks ago
Brooklyn Brewery is a lot of fun, you can go on a tour or just go to the tasting room for drinks. You need to buy tokens to get drinks, which are $5 each or 5 for $20. I am not much of a beer drinker, but actually liked the beers! There can be a long line to get in, so I would suggest getting there as soon as it opens to avoid it and to get a table.
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Chris Lee
2 months ago
I really debated on how many stars to give for this review. I am torn between the fact that they have good beer and the overly tourist atmosphere of this brewery. I have had their beer before since it is sold pretty much everywhere and this was the second time I went to the brewery. The first time we went we got there just before closing and were told it was too late to order beer. This time we got there 40 minutes after they opened and the place was still totally packed. You have to wait in line to purchase beer tokens and then wait in a separate line to use your tokens to purchase beer. The line for both is always very long and there is never anywhere to sit. Their beers are delicious which is why I gave them 4 stars but I would never come back to the brewery, it isn't worth the hassle at all and you will be surrounded by people taking pictures etc.
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Mike Garofalo
4 months ago
The concept of this place can make your head spin !!! First the hours, or should I say the lack of hours just suck closed Monday - Thursday open Friday - Sunday who has hours like that ?? Second, wait in line to get in, this place feels more like a warehouse, my bad it used to be !!! Has a cold rustic feeling like being in a garage !!! Third wait in line to trade in your $$ for dume wooden tokens. 10 tokens = $40.00 thats just ridiculous !!! Then go wait in another line to trade in tokens for a beer. 1 token gets you a half a beer, its considered a sample and whats even worse its draft beer !!! This token system is horrible and makes you wait in line over and over again it makes no sense !!!! Old Picnic benches !!! Thats a touch of class for a brewery, this place has a cold rustic feeling, its not inviting, its like going to your buddies house and hanging out in the garage shooting the s**t and drinking beer, but then again atleast there you don't have to stand in line and pay with wooden nickels. After all that waiting how is the beer ?? Mediocre at best !!! **** To the Donkey's that run this place get rid of that lousy token system as well as those horrible picnic tables have some class !! Your a brewery,,,, when you walk into the Boston Beer Company you don't find picnic tables they have class, you don't, thats how much you think of your customers to offer a picnic table to sit on !!!! Sad.......
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Jason Westerkon
a month ago
Is Brooklyn Brewery the best brewery in the city? Probably not. But the brewery experience here is delightful. Fairly priced, free and fun tours, adequate bathrooms, and an atmosphere that doesn't feel too crowded even when it is. Worth a visit, and try something new.
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Alex Andrews
a month ago
Long queue to get in but definitely worth the wait. You have to get tokens to buy your beer - 5 for $20 and most beers are 1 token. Also do the free tour of the brewery - our tour guide was so great and very knowledgeable about the company and the brewing processes. Very interesting and enjoyable afternoon.
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Jim McAleer
4 months ago
I have a wonderful story to share about Brooklyn brewery. Myself, my wife and friends met their daughter and boyfriend there in late August/ early September. We brought our 13 year old who is on the autistic spectrum. It was a little loud and busy in there, not in a bad way....typical for the environment on a Saturday afternoon. It was fun, but not great for a semi-autistic 13 year old. He was doing his best to deal with it. The "bouncer" (for lack of a more appropriate description) was wonderful. He recognized my sons insecurity and offered to give him some snacks and water which we gladly accepted. He couldn't have been more considerate and concerned. In addition the tour was delicious and informative. They clearly are good people under good management. Please go and support them!
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Jean-Mathieu Saponaro
a month ago
If you visit Williamsburg (things that you should do), make sure to stop by the Brooklyn brewery. You can do a tour and discover how they make the Brooklyn Lager beer. Tour guides are really fun.

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