GIVEAWAY!! Tickets to Brooklyn Pour Craft Beer Festival!! (9/26)

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Featuring over 100+ craft brews from New York & beyond, The Village Voice is hosting the fifth annual Brooklyn Pour Craft Beer Festival on Saturday, September 26th from 3:00PM–6:00PM at Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint. Craft beer aficionados will sample the best seasonal, micro and reserve brews from breweries located in the country with a pinpointed focus on the tri-state area. Plus there will be food, games and more!

We have a pair of General Admission tickets ($110 value) to give away.

To enter: In the comments, tell us what your favorite craft beer is.

Deadline: Friday, September 4th, 11:59pm.

A winner will be chosen randomly and will be notified by email Tuesday (9/8).

Participating breweries include Allagash Brewing Company, Anchor Brewing Company, Austin Eastciders, Braven Brewing Company, Brooklyn Brewery, Brooklyn Brew Shop, Crabbies Ginger Beer, Dogfish Head, Downeast Cider House, Empire Brewing Company, Fentimans, Greenport Harbor Brewing Co., Harpoon Brewery, Keegan Ales, KelSo Beer Company, McKenzie’s Hard Cider, Oskar Blues Brewery, Queens Brewery, Rockaway Brewing Company, Singlecut Beersmiths, Sixpoint Brewery, St. Feuilliens, Victory Brewing Company, War Flag Brewing Company and many more to be announced!

The Village Voice is proud to partner with Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue for Brooklyn Pour 2015. A portion of this year’s proceeds will be donated to the charity, which is a 501(c)3 non-profit, all-breed dog rescue composed of a network of fosters and volunteers who work together to rescue sweet, loving, adoptable dogs from high kill, rural shelters in the southern U.S. states and get them adopted into wonderful forever homes.

VIP, Early Entry and General Admission available now! To secure your spot, visit villagevoice.com/brooklynpour to buy tickets. Greenpointers readers get an exclusive neighborhood discount. Enter “GPOINT” to get $5 off admission.

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105 Comments

  1. Chris says:

    So many to chose from, but my favorite right now with the hot humid weather is Sixpoint’s Crisp.

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  2. diane says:

    Bad Seed Cider! Never sweet and stiff as an IPA.

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  3. Pete says:

    Sierra Nevada Pale Ale

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  4. Sherry says:

    Singlecut’s Jan. Perfectly refreshing.

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  5. Eddie says:

    Rodenbach Grand Cru, a great not-very-expensive Flemish Red

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  6. Tricia says:

    Can’t go wrong with Founder’s All Day IPA

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  7. Eric says:

    Dogfish Head Midas Touch!

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  8. Scott Fawcett says:

    Most anything from Hardywood in VA. The Great Return.

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  9. Nicole V says:

    W3 Imperial Hibiscus Wit from Transmitter Brewing

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  10. alex marquez says:

    Peak Brewing’s Nut Brown Ale. Peak me!

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  11. Eva says:

    Love Allagash tripel!

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  12. Brendan says:

    Right now? Other Half Molotov Lite.

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  13. Brady says:

    Troegg’s Nugget Nectar

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  14. Jason says:

    Lagunitas Pilsner!

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  15. Tim says:

    Great South Bay Brewery’s Blonde Ambition (which you can get at Moonlit Mile!)

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  16. Andrew Augeri says:

    The Honey Ginger beer from Ardent Craft Ales tastes like they just brewed and bottled the summer. And it’s been my one consistent from porch nights to dangling on a rock by the river in a speedo. So, I guess that’s something.

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  17. Rob says:

    Ommegang Three Philosophers. You can’t go wrong with a thirst for knowledge.

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  18. I know it’s not a beer, but I am loving the Downeast Cider this summer!

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  19. Bre says:

    Crisp by Sixpoint all the way!

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  20. Nevada says:

    I have to go with Sixpoint Crisp as well.

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  21. Michael Dueker says:

    Brooklyn Sorachi Ace is the one!

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  22. craig says:

    Peak Ginger Saison

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  23. Carrie says:

    21st Amendment Brewery – Hell or High Watermelon!!!!! 🙂

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  24. Benjamin says:

    Barrier – Money IPA!

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  25. Eliot says:

    Greenpoint Beer & Ale – Jamaica Bay IPA!

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  26. Anne says:

    Peekskill Simple Sour

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  27. Caroline says:

    Boulevard’s Single Wide IPA !

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  28. Jillian says:

    Shiner Ruby Redbird — favorite summer, winter, fall, spring beer.

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  29. Deliah Flores says:

    This summer it’s Rockaway ESB all the way!

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  30. Zack says:

    Neutron Dance from Greenpoint Beer & Ale

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  31. My favorite beer is the Finback Billy Half-Stack IPA.

    Is it too much to add the link to my untappd profile?
    https://untappd.com/user/_hello_chelsea

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  32. Tim says:

    Bell’s Two Hearted

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  33. Luiza Kalid says:

    Sierra Nevada!

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  34. Matt says:

    Bell’s Oberon

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  35. Timothy says:

    Bell’s Two Hearted Ale

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  36. Mike says:

    Lately, Founder’s All Day IPA is my default…

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  37. Eddie says:

    Captain Lawrence – Liquid Gold!

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  38. Olivia M says:

    I’m super into the dogfish head namaste right now!

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  39. WCJ says:

    W3 Imperial Hibiscus Wit from Transmitter Brewing also!

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  40. SS says:

    I’m actually entering for my dad–he’d be so excited to win these tickets. I know he loves Sierra Nevada.

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  41. Mike W says:

    Ithaca Beer Company’s Caskazilla was my first and still favorite craft brew!

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  42. jeff says:

    Love anything from Transmitter in LIC

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  43. Caroline says:

    Pretty much any Evil Twin beer, but if I had to pick one, Imperial Biscotti Break Natalie.

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  44. Caitlyn says:

    Bells – Two Hearted Ale

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  45. Megan Lucy says:

    Greenpoint’s Milk and Honey is my jam!

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  46. Jill says:

    Peekskill simple sour!

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  47. Allison says:

    Southampton Double White

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  48. Mike says:

    Sixpoint “The Crisp” has been getting me through those seasonably warm and humid evenings at Lake Street for the last month. Bless them.

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  49. Declan says:

    Hard to pick a favorite but my longtime summer go-to at Diamond is the Sly Fox Pils 🙂

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  50. Mandy says:

    Goose Island’s Matilda… Hard to find, but delicious when you do!
    Also – Schofferhofer Grapefruit… Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

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  51. Allison says:

    My current go-to is Shiner Ruby Redbird, but dream of Surly Furious being distributed out here one day.

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  52. Marcin Rak says:

    Sierra Nevada

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  53. Will says:

    Deschutes Mirror Pond Pale Ale is the best there is out there. Unfortunately no distribution on the east coast!

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  54. Esther Song says:

    Kelso’s imperial IPA. So smooth and hoppy, it was like Christmas when I discovered they sold it in cans.

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  55. Grace says:

    Atlantic Brewing Company’s Bar Harbor Real Ale. Though I just discovered Transmitter Brewing and I’m pretty impressed!

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  56. Michelle Campagna says:

    Captain Lawrence Liquid Gold. For sure.

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  57. Justin says:

    Maine Beer Co. Lunch

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  58. A. M. says:

    Victory Golden Monkey

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  59. Shou chen says:

    Dogfish festina peche

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  60. Rachel says:

    My favorite is constantly changing but the best thing I recently drank was Finback’s Plumb & Proper.

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  61. Kim says:

    Lagunitas Little Sumpin’ Ale!

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  62. klem says:

    two hearted ale.

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  63. Vince C. says:

    Westbrook Brewing – Gose

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  64. Maria Gotc says:

    Gillian, a saison/farmhouse ale by Goose Island Co. So special and so good!

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  65. Lauren Galik says:

    My favorite craft beer of the summer has been the Wolaver’s Wildflower Wheat beer. It’s one of the best American wheat beers I’ve had, and it’s perfect for hot days (especially since I’m not an IPA person!)

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  66. Lorenz says:

    For me, it’s a tie between Smuttynose Finestkind IPA and the Bronx Brewery Session IPA. I’m from Austria & just moved to Greenpoint–I can say with confidence that these beers are better than most German/Austrian beers by a landslide! I’d love the opportunity to try more American craft beers at the festival!

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  67. Jill says:

    anchor steam!

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  68. Goose Island Bourbon County Stout, I’m a sucker for a barrel-aged brew.

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  69. yana says:

    Flower Power Indian Pale Ale

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  70. Andres Lopez says:

    Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA – also a great recipe to try out if you’re a homebrewer.

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  71. Ivan K says:

    Brewer’s Art’s Resurrection!

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  72. Victoria says:

    I’ve never met an IPA that I don’t love (and hopefully never will!) But I just fell in love with Greenport Harbor’s Leaf Pile (pumpkin ale) which I’ll definitely be sipping on this fall!

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  73. Chris D. says:

    My current favorite is Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA.

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  74. paul says:

    Fantome anything

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  75. Wanda says:

    Downeast Cider is great!

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  76. David says:

    Definitely Sierra Nevada

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  77. Elizabeth Smith says:

    Recently, Tart of Darkness by The Bruery.

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  78. Anna K says:

    Hopefully I won’t be disqualified for going out of Brooklyn for my answer… But.. Bronx brewery’s Rye Pale Ale is fantastic!

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  79. grace says:

    Brooklyn Pennant Ale

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  80. Allison says:

    Perry’s Revenge by Cottrell Brewing

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  81. Michelle says:

    Heady topper

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  82. Ilene says:

    Angry Orchard hard cider

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  83. Frederick says:

    Sunshine Wheat by New Belgium

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  84. Brianne says:

    Sorachi Ave by Brooklyn Brewery!!

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  85. Sonia says:

    Sixpoint Crisp.

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  86. Allie says:

    Oskar Blues! It’s a rad brewery in Brevard that I stopped into when I was there for my sisters bridal shower festivities. Dales pale ale is my fav…light and refreshing but always a can…no bottles. And it kinda rhymes in a ‘I’ve had to many craft beers’ kinda way! Like, come on, say it 5 times fast and you may may get a bit tounge tied.

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  87. Jeanne says:

    Evolution Craft Brewing

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  88. Jill says:

    I keep buying those coney island mermaids. It’s a nice beer, but i can’t resist the packaging 🙂

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  89. John says:

    Ithaca Beer Co.’s Apricot Wheat! Perfect for any season.

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  90. Alex Spruch says:

    Midas Touch by Dogfish Head.

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  91. Abbee says:

    Goose Island’s Vintage Matilda Ale

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  92. Steve says:

    Other Half Mosaic!

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  93. Michael Hall says:

    Goffel Kolsh

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  94. Rich says:

    Evil twin especially all the selections at torst

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  95. Lauren says:

    Moo Thunder Stout!

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  96. Landy says:

    Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout

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  97. Andy says:

    Boulder Beer Shake Chocolate Porter

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  98. Stephen Feeney says:

    Love me some Crafty Cream Ale!

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  99. Emily says:

    Switchback Ale

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  100. Shayna says:

    Firestone Double Jack Double IPA

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  101. Eric says:

    Pretty Things meadowlark IPA

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  102. Jennette says:

    So many great craft beers, changes according to the season. Right now Montauk Driftwood IPA

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  103. Rob McCarthy says:

    Ommegsng Three Philosophers

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  104. Bobbi says:

    If I had to pick one, I’d say that Shock Top is my favorite craft beer. The product package with the mohawk dude is pretty crafty too 🙂 .

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  105. Gerald Dillon says:

    Im partial to “Trouper” from Iron Maiden hand crafted by Robinsons,like the band it rocks!

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