Brooklyn Pour – NYC’s Largest One Day Beer Festival – is back! The 6th annual event, presented by the Village Voice (Saturday, September 24th from 3PM – 6PM at Brooklyn Expo Center at 72 Noble St) has grown to epic proportions.
With 125+ local & seasonal craft brews, expanded tastings including mead, hard seltzer and root beer, ciders and liquor for all guests, a gaming area, adining hall presented by The Astor Room, the retro supper club of Kaufman Astoria Studios, take-home souvenirs for all, sizzling surprise prizes, fun contests, amped up DJ booth & MORE, this is gonna be one amazing day of tantalizing tasting and glorious gulping.
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: Tuesday, September 20th, 11:59pm.
A winner will be chosen randomly and will be notified by email Wednesday (9/21).
You can also buy tickets here and get $10 off with promo code “GPOINT”. Continue reading
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. Continue reading
Don’t let badglessness hold you back from missing out on all the Northside Festival fun. We have a sweet lineup ready for this Friday (6/12) at Bar Matchless and are giving away two FREE tickets!
To enter: In the comments, tell us the color of heliotrope (correctly or incorrectly).
Deadline: Wednesday, June 10th, 11:59pm.
A winner will be chosen randomly and will be notified by email Friday (6/12) morning.
Good Luck and hope to see you there! Continue reading
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This past Saturday, I spent 1 hour stationed on Franklin and kept tally of how many bikes passed me by. The weather was a bitchin’ 60 degrees and the good people of Greenpoint ditched their salty snow gear for tees and floppies (flip flops, as people tend to call them).
The awesome dudes of Silk Road Cycles have donated a $70 tune-up to the lucky Greenpointer who can guess how many bikes passed on Franklin in the span of, I’ll say it again, 1 hour.
HINT: This hour occurred from 12-1pm.
Leave your answers in the comment section by this THURSDAY 5/8 at 11:59 pm and we will announce the winner (the person who comes closest to the correct number) on FRIDAY. Good luck, Greenpointers!! May the best man/woman/child win.
It’s a Greenpointers Giveaway! Rooftop Films has supplied us with ten pairs of tickets to a series of short films Home Movies and Commerical Kings to giveaway to our lucky readers!
We have the chance to giveaway the tix anyway we like. But I like things that are easy, so if you’re interested just shoot me an email with your full name at [email protected] with the subject: Rooftop Films Giveaway and I’ll randomly choose 10 folks to win a pair each! Winners will be notified by email on Thursday 6/23 morning and their names will be on the list at the event. Details below:
Home Movies and Commerical Kings is a collection of home movie inspired short films, including a special sneak preview of IFC’s new show The Commercial Kings. Before the show, Erika Spring of Au Revoir Simone will play live. It’s being held in the brand-new-not-yet-open-to-the-public outdoor bar in Williamsburg, Crown Vic.
ROOFTOP FILMS: HOME MOVIES AND COMMERCIAL KINGS (Short Films)
A special collection of short films that let us peak into the lives of strangers, plus a special sneak preview of Commercial Kings, a new series on IFC. For decades people have been making home movies; capturing what they feel are important times in their lives. Home movies are made up of personal and special moments that someone wanted to document and never forget—and most of the time they rarely get seen again. But it’s a pleasure to watch them, to peek into someone else’s life, to feel a little voyeuristic. This year’s edition of Rooftop’s “Home Movies” draws inspiration from the tradition of the home movie, building off tropes of self-documentation to create accomplished works of art, and honoring the life and death of a town, paying homage to wrestling fathers and grandfather’s unknown, and giving voice to boozy family members who make you laugh and truly scare you at the same time.
MY BIG RED PURSE (Giancarlo Iannotta | Chicago, IL | 4 min.)
GRANDPA LOOKED LIKE WILLIAM POWELL (David Levy | Brooklyn, NY | 4 min.)
WRESTLING WITH MY FATHER (Charles Fairbanks | Lexington, NE | 5 min.)
FAMILY NIGHTMARE (Dustin Guy Defa | Salt Lake City, Utah | 9 min.)
FOR HOME VIEWING (Mikhail Zheleznikov | Russia | 29 min.)
WEE REQUIEM (Jenn E. Norton | Canada | 7 min.)
WELCOME TO PINE POINT (Paul Shoebridge and Michael Simons of The Goggles | Canada | 14 min.)
COMMERCIAL KINGS (Todd Cohen | USA | 23 min.)
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Crown Vic – Backyard
60 South 2nd St. (at Wythe Ave.)
8:00 PM Doors Open
8:30 PM Live Music
9:00 PM Films Begin
11:30 PM After Party at the Crown Vic