These aforementioned characters are dedicated to brewing and selling great beer and enriching the communities they serve. Together, these Brooklyners have assembled the skills needed to transform a home brewing hobby into an independent brewery with a brand that has become an international beacon for good beer. We wanted to find out more about these tasty brewers!
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Each season brings beloved seasonals such as Brooklyn Summer Ale and
Brooklyn Insulated back to the shelves and if you're planning a trip to
New York City, make sure The Brooklyn Brewery is a stop on your
schedule. Where you would meet Miss Gabe who will tell you all about the brewery and its industrial heritage.
It all began with their flagship Brooklyn Lager. The portfolio of Brooklyn Brewery has grown to a wide-ranging collection of beers, always keeping an eye to traditional brewing techniques, even as brew master Garrett Oliver and his team seek to push the boundaries of beer.
Brooklyn Brewery Brewmaster Garrett Oliver is widely known for his debonair personal style, his elegant lectures on the history of beer and the art of brewing, his extensive knowledge of movies and literature.
In 1994, Steve (the founder) approached Garrett with an offer to be the brew master at Brooklyn Brewery and help design their planned Williamsburg brew house. Garrett signed on, crossing the river to open the new brew house and unleash a torrent of new beers offered by the Brooklyn Brewery as year-round releases, treasured seasonals, cult hit limited releases and experimental batches. In the years since joining the Brooklyn Brewery, Garrett has continued to be a tireless advocate for bringing together great beer and good food, touring the world to introduce countless people to the tastes he loves.
Protection yourself against the biting wind and soggy weather. German Munich, roasted Carafa, and Pilsner malts create a nimble, racy body, while a helping of American black barley adds just a hint of roast coffee. A light dry hopping of American and German hops pitter-patters across the nose and dives into the dry, warming finish. Try it with dark breads, hearty meats, and sturdy cheddars. If you still feel the chill, just add another layer and enjoy your insulation.