Can Release @ Greenpoint Beer (7 North 15th St), Saturday (2/22), 5pm, FREE, Releasing 2 killer new IPA’S with Dankonia & Apply Formula. Dankonia showcases pine, resin, sap and citrus with an earthy, dank, coniferous and cannabinous finish. While Apply Formula is soft, hazy and tropical with highlights of juicy fruit stripe gum and raspberry. Hop heads unite, you’ve landed in sticky, fruity, earthy IPA heaven! More info



There are more events in our weekly calendarSubmit Greenpoint events, too!



♥ SPARK: a dating workshop not for the faint of heart @ Triskelion Arts (106 Calyer St)) 6:30pm, $40-55, Get constructive feedback from a group of your peers – your very own singles focus group. founder, Minna Taylor, will facilitate a structured analysis to get to the root of what’s holding you back, Buy tix
♫ Sound Art Performance: Bad Jazz @ IDIO Gallery (976 Grand St) 7pm, FREE, Improvised auditory journeys that defy the normal explanations of musical theory. Their music is a stream of consciousness, ebbing and flowing from one texture to the next, More info
♦ Luce Guilbeault, Nicole Brossard, and Margaret Wescott’s Some American Feminists @ Light Industry (155 Freeman St) 7:30pm, $8, Shot in NYC in 1975 and 1976 by an entirely female crew, the film serves as a record of political awakening, both personal and collective, with subjects describing childhood stirrings of radical consciousness, More info
♫ An ACLU Benefit with Sam Cohen, Scully, Dark Tea @ Union Pool (484 Union Ave) 8pm, $14, A Song A Day presents an ACLU benefit showcase featuring Sam Cohen, Scully, DARK TEA to continue fighting the good fight, Buy tix


# Hand Pulled Noodles of Xi’an @MOFAD (62 Bayard St), 6:30pm, $10, Join Jack Tchen, co-founder of The Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) and Jason Wang, president and CEO of Xi’an Famous Foods and Biang!, as they discuss the origins of the famous Xi’an noodles and the significance of the desert landscape, More info
* Freya Project Fundraiser for Refugee Women’s Network @ Ramona (113 Franklin St) 7pm, $20, Support Refugee Women’s Network (RWN), empowering women survivors of war to become leaders in their homes, businesses, and communities, More info
* We are the Resistance Pop Up @ Dusty Rose (251 Greenpoint Ave) 7pm, FREE, Featured will be merch, one-of-a-kind work from 20+ local artists/humans presenting what resistance means to them- whether it is through humor, hysteria, rage or diplomacy, RSVP
♫ BYE JUDY: Rock ‘N’ Roll Disco @ Brooklyn Bazaar (150 Greenpoint Ave), 9pm, FREE, Queer love, rock ‘n’ roll and moves to kill. If you need a drink, a little dance, or a dark corner to whisper secrets, come be with JUDY. She’s a punk and she promises to ruin Friday morning with her drink specials, More info 



* Who Owns the Future (Of Design) with Stephen Burks @ A/D/O (29 Norman Ave), 6pm, FREE, Open discussion from the forefront of proprietary data in the age of computer generated files, platform distribution and design for digital production, we will attempt to find out, who owns the future? RSVP
♦ Structural Constellations @ Owen James Gallery (61 Greenpoint Ave), 6pm, FREE, Drawings and sculptures by Bjorn Meyer-Ebrecht in conversation with prints by Josef Albers. By bringing these two artists together a fruitful dialog about Modernism’s origins and repercussions is achieved, More info
# NYC Beer Week: Swedes Singing For Beer @ Brooklyn Brewery (79 North 11th St), 6pm, $20, Join Nya Carnegie for a lively session celebrating some of the finest drinking songs from both sides of the Atlantic, Buy tix



# NYC Beer Week: Opening Bash Invitational
@ Brooklyn Expo (79 Franklin St), 5:30pm, $50, Unlimited sampling from 50 breweries from across the country, including 25 NYC favorites, More info
♫ 809 Project – A Benefit for the Dream Project @ Bar Matchless (557 Manhattan Ave), 7pm, $15,With Wooshey Wooj, Blass89, Drew Torres, Nameless, Justin Melendez, E=Kwal, Black Angel. The DREAM Project provides quality education to more than 7,000 children in the Dominican Republic, Buy tix
♫ Drippy Eye Record Club Charity Event @ Magick City (37 Box St), 7pm, $10 Suggested Donation, Record listening with light show performance to benefit Planned Parenthood, More info
♫ The Long Count 4 Year Anniversary with Takaaki Itoh & Iori @ Good Room (98 Meserole Ave), 10pm, $15, Good Room celebrates their fourth revolution around the sun, by inviting two masters of the craft from afar to come play here for the first time, Buy tix
♫ Music For The Masses Depeche Mode Party @ St Vitus (1120 Manhattan Ave), 11pm, FREE (w RSVP), With DJs Andi Synthicide & Alex English playing Depeche Mode, Remixes, Synth Pop, New Wave, RSVP

Taste of Streep - Academy Awards at Northern Territory

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#Grimm/Interboro/KCBC/Other Half/Pipeworks/Half Acre @ The Well (272 Meserole St), 12pm, Panel discussion/Q&A on brewery collaborations. Hear about what it’s like to collaborate with other brewers! nhà minh will be serving up their fantastic Vietnamese fare, More info
# Suarez Family, Hudson Valley & Threes! @Beer Street (413 Graham Ave), 2pm, Suarez Family’s country beers, mixed culture wood aged ales true to the house character that they’ve already instilled plus the latest and greatest from Threes and Hudson Valley, More info
# Smoked & Cured: Brooklyn x NCB Seafood Brunch @ Williamsburg Hotel (96 Wythe Ave), 12pm, $40, Brooklyn Brewery Chef Andrew Gerson, Nya Carnegie Chef Luke Hurst, and Harvey & Williamsburg Hotel Chef Adam Leonti are preparing a special menu focused on the venerated smorgas, or open-faced sandwich, More info


* Homebrewing Workshop @Brooklyn Kitchen (100 Frost St), 6:30pm, $60, From malt to yeast to pH, our resident homebrew expert, Dailey Crafton, will give you the know-how to create a delicious batch of beer at home, More info
♫ Mo’ Beat Mondays @ Brooklyn Bowl (61 Wythe Ave), 8:30pm, $8, With Quincy Vidal + Maya Lazaro, More info
=) The Pickle Gang Presents @ Muchmore’s (2 Havemeyer St), 9pm, FREE, Back from the pickling compound in upstate NY with a freshly pickled comedy AND music show, More info


* A History of Greenpoint Architecture @ Gallery AWA (61 Greenpoint Ave, #306), 6pm, FREE, A look back at over 250 years of Greenpoint history told through the stories of twelve of the neighborhood’s most famous buildings with local historian Geoff Cobb, More info
^ Cristina Moracho Presents A GOOD IDEA @ WORD (126 Franklin St), 7pm, FREE, Meet author Cristina Moracho as she reads and discusses from her latest crime story book A Good Idea, More info
♫ MC Lars, Mega Ran, Weerd Science @ Knitting Factory (361 Metropolitan Ave), 7:30pm, $11, MC Lars & Mega Ran with Weerd Science. A portion of every ticket sold is donated to Sweet Relief Musicians Fund, Buy tix

* Greenpointers Pick
♫ Music
^ Literary Event
♦ Art Event
=) Comedy Event
# Foodie Event
♥ Pheremones Likely
$ Shopping Event

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