Beer Street, Willamsburg

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NEW YORK CITY | Beer Street is a cosy neighbourhood craft beer bar in Williamsburg. Co-owners Josh Meckes and Cory Bonfiglio opened the bar in 2012 as a growler and bottle shop, and transitioned it into a full bar in 2014.

There’s 10 taps with a focus on local brews (six – seven taps are generally devoted to NYC breweries), and a bottle/can list that covers local and international beers. The key is that the beer is interesting, and often rare. The staff genuinely care about the beers that are being sold here, and love chatting to customers about what’s on tap. Each beer is served in the correct glassware, to ensure that it can be properly appreciated.

What’s on offer at any given time can be found online, and it’s always a tempting list. At the time of writing, available beers included things like Bottle Logic’s It’s Actually Very Scientific, an 8.0 % ABV Double NEIPA, and the three way Interboro/Dugges/Devocion collaboration Plus Plus Plus Plus, a 10.3% ABV Baltic Porter.

There’s also a second location, Beer Street South, in Prospect Heights.

Beer Street

413 Graham Avenue
Brooklyn
New York 11211
United States

Telephone: 347 294 0495
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Mon – Thu: 5:00pm to 1:00am
Fri: 5:00pm to 2:00am
Sat – Sun: 12:00pm to 2:00am

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