How many craft beers can you sample in three hours? That’s the question that the Village Voice’s third annual Brooklyn Pour this Saturday, Oct. 12 will give you ample opportunity to answer. Featuring close to 70 brewers serving more than 100 beers, the event has become the best way to find out what’s new and notable in the wide world of beer. Mark your calendar and get your tickets for the Brooklyn Pour now. Although Skylight One Hanson in the Williamsburgh Bank Tower is a huge, not to mention beautiful, space, the Pour is such a must-attend for beer fiends that it’s sure to sell out.
Not enough to make Brooklyn Pour worth the cost of admission, sadly.
Gotta agree with Josh. I went to the Oregon Brewers Festival at the end of July and paid $7.00 for the required glass, then a dollar for a three-ounce taste, four bucks for a full 12 ounces. There were more than twice as many participating breweries.