New York City is home to a wide variety of breweries, each offering its own unique selection of beers. From IPAs to pilsners, pale ales to sour ales, there is something for everyone. Big Alice Brewing showcases the best local products that New York State has to offer, while The Bronx Brewery has seven main beers including pilsners and pale ales. EBBS Brewing Co.
offers “beer that tastes like beer”, and Evil Twin Brewing has a wide portfolio of beers, stouts and IPAs aged in oak. According to Greg Avola, co-founder of Untappd, most New Yorkers tend to enjoy IPA beer, but Sour Ale is expected to be popular during New York City Beer Week. Randolph Beer has two locations in Williamsburg and DUMBO that offer more than 30 beers on tap, including homemade carbonated beverages and brunch menus. The DUMBO venue also has a seasonal rooftop patio with stunning views of the city skyline. recently expanded their reach to Manhattan with a location in the East Village, and Evil Twin Brewing opened a second outpost in DUMBO last year.
Transmitter Brewing is constantly changing their selection of beers, making it a great excuse to take the ferry and visit their outdoor tavern. Whether you're looking for an IPA or a sour ale, there's something for everyone in New York City's craft beer scene. With so many breweries offering unique selections of beers, it's no wonder why New York City is one of the most popular beer destinations in the world.