Long Island City NY 11101
Farmhouse style brewery, limited space to drink.
Directions – 7 train to Vernon Boulevard-Jackson Avenue, walk south towards the LIRR rail yard, turn left on Borden Avenue heading east, first right on 11th Street (under the Pulaski Bridge), cross over the rail tracks. Alternatively, G train to 21st Street-Van Alst, walk south-west on Jackson Avenue as far as the Pulaski Bridge, cross over to the bridge walking path on the west side, turn left to be on the bridge path and proceed on the bridge until you come to the first staircase down to street level (before reaching the water), go down the stairs and the brewery is opposite.
This brewery doesn’t have much space to drink in (one table, plus three stools in the entrance), but you can if you’re there before the limited space gets taken. Excellent farmhouse style beers are available, at least three but can be up to six. Important warning – there is no toilet. So, for the space limitation and lack of facilities, I would strongly recommend getting here early - and if doing a crawl this would be best as the first stop. (2/2015)
Brewery tasting room right under the Pulaski Bridge. Beware, there is only one table to sit at. Double beware – there is no toilet. But this brewery tap is a great visit and the brewery is doing some excellent beers of huge interest. Close to Alewife.
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