Toast your way through the past and present of beer brewing in Brooklyn on a half-day beer tour of New York City. This neighborhood was once home to 48 breweries, but this ancient trade disappeared from the borough in the 1970s, only to be reborn in recent years with craft breweries leading the way. If you want a taste (quite literally) of the history behind beer brewing in New York, look no further. On this NYC beer tour, you'll take a behind-the-scenes local look at how beer is made at one of Brooklyn's present-day breweries. Explore the pre-prohibition era as you check out 19th century brewery buildings, visit landmarked sites and share stories of the German immigrants who lived and worked in the neighborhood. Don’t forget all the craft beer and food along the way. You’ll enjoy a number of great Brooklyn brews from all kinds of spots, and stop off at a local pizza joint for lunch.
Sugarburg, 519 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211. Your guide will meet you outside the main door of the bar.open in google maps ->
• You must be 21 years of age or older to take this tour • Dress standard is casual. Wear comfortable clothing and walking shoes • Please Note: In 2019 there will be closure to the L train in Manhattan; if you are traveling from Manhattan, it is recommended you allow for additional time and transfer to the G at Court Square: you can find transit updates at mta.info.
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