Date(s) - 07/27/2016
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
WNYC Greene Space
What’s up? Join the talk and tasting of delicious local beer at the WNYC Greene Space with brewerJakob Cirell, brewer and founder of The Ground Brewery (Red Hook, NY) and host Jimmy Carbone of Jimmy’s No. 43 and co-founder of the Good Beer Seal.
Why you should go. The term craft beer gets thrown around a lot, but you have to admire locally brewed beer by passionate individuals who source only regional ingredients. Whether you are beer connoisseur or a plain boozer like myself, we all can give our support to local farmers and brewers who really care about their products.
What is the WNYC Greene Space? Hosting performances, foodie events, lectures, panel discussions, and meet-and-greets, the WNYC Greene Space is a community in itself that fosters the exchange of ideas and cultures.
- Dress code: Business or casual works.
- Bring your I.D. It’s 21+
- Business cards are essential. You’ll get leads on upcoming events
- Alone or with friends? Either or but beer is always better with friends.
- Hydrate and grab a bite before you go. Alcohol will dehydrate you.
- Fancy a night cap or a bite to eat?
- City Winery, 155 Varick Street, New York, NY, 10013 – -located just south of the Greene Space with a convenient no-nonsense wine bar for a quick snifter.
- En Brasserie – impressive your friends from out-of-town. An upscale Japanese restaurant, the lounge area offers comfortable seating with great food and drink menu. Keep this spot in mind for a date.
- Nancy Whiskey Pub – 1 Lispenard St by Canal St, New York, NY 10013, divey, comforting boozer.
- Pegu Club, 2nd fl. Houston and Broadway (next to Dos Caminos) Heading north towards Houston? Then this should be one your radar. One of the best swanky lounges with a polite staff with little attitude. When you know you’re this cool, there’s no need to swagger. The perfect date or impress-your-mate spot.
- Reade Street Pub, 135 Reade St, New York, NY 10013 – old school bars speak to me. It is reasonably priced that won’t tear your ears with the sound of being ripped off.