A Sneak Peek at the Menu for Next Week’s Good Beer

It’s that time of year again! Meaning Good Beer at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on Tuesday, July 26th.  For all those lucky enough to have already bought tickets to our sold out event, we just wanted to give you the low-down on what you’ll be drinking and eating: There will be brews from more than 20 breweries, ranging from local faves like Sixpoint, Kelso, Heartland Brewery and Brooklyn Brewery to more established breweries like  Sam Adams and Stella Artois.  There will also be plenty of food from Jimmy’s No. 43, Kimchi Taco, and The Meatball Shop, to name a few.

Driving home? You’ll still be able to refresh yourself with drinks from Gus Soda, Cascal Sodam and Dallis Brothers Coffee. And last but not least, check out some of the excellent food pairings that’ll be on hand below:

Arancini Bros’ Meat Ragu Arancini and Spinach Ricotta Arancini paired with Blue Point‘s Pale Ale and Tasted Lager

Nicky’s Vietnamese Sandwiches‘ Classic Bahn Mi Sandwiches paired with Ithaca Beer Company‘s Apricot Wheat and Excelsior White Gold

Bark Hot Dogs‘ “The Bark Dog” : Classic Pork and Beef Weiner, Griddle Roasted and Basted with Smoky-Lard Butter paired with American Beer Brands-Avery Brewing Company, Cottrell Brewing Co., Crossroads Brewing Company and McNeill’s Brewery

Colonie’s Sticky Date Cake with Salted Creme Fraiche Amber Ale Ice Cream paired with Empire Brewing Company’s Amber Ale and IPA

Caseus Fromagerie Bistro‘s Cabot Clothbound Cheddar, Maytag Blue, Cypress Grove Humboldt Fog, Calabro Fresh Ricotta, Fromage d’O’ Cow paired with Samuel Adams‘ Boston Lager, Summer Ale and New World

Co.’s Margherita Pizza and Gardinera Pizza (tomato pulp and seasonal vegetables) paired with Bierkraft‘s home brewed Ballentine IPA and Spiced Sour Black Ale

Sigmund Pretzelshop‘s Hot Dog on a Pretzelbun with Spiced Kraut paired with Left Hand Brewing Company‘s Sawtooth and Milk Stout

Luke’s Lobster‘s Mini Maine-style Shrimp Rolls paired with Smuttynose Brewing Company‘s HopBack Amber Ale and Sunshine Pils

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