This list compiles some of the best places in Williamsburg, Brooklyn for beer-lovers. These bars and breweries offer an opportunity to taste a variety of beers, ranging from interntional rarities, to locally brewed.
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Visit Smorgasburg if you appreciate cultural diversity in the form of flavors. Cuban, Thai, German, vegan, Chinese, new American, and even Uruguayan snacks can be enjoyed while sitting at a picnic table overlooking mid-town Manhattan. The best part of Smorgasburg is that many for the portions are small, so you won't feel guilty trying 2-3 items.Read more ›
You should visit Brooklyn Brewery if you are even the slightest bit interested in the production of, or the tasting of different varietals of beer. Or if you are intrigued by the unprecedented cultural renaissance Brooklyn has experienced during the last 25 years.Read more ›
Radegast Hall & Biergarten
Radegast Hall & Biergarten is wonderful place for day drinking on a Saturday with a large group of friends. Although it is completely enclosed, the floor-to-ceiling windows of the beergarden let in alot of light, creating a open and warm environment.Read more ›
You should visit Spuyten Duyvil if you are thirsty for something different. Priding themselves on their bold choice of Belgian beers and their affinity for hard-to-get or rare beers, if all you want is an ice-cold Miller Light, I'd recommend staying far, far away.Read more ›
The West is about as "divey" as a coffee shop can get. It is no-frills but serves up a great coffee and has plenty of seating and outlets, convenient for remote working. You should definitely visit if you are around the Lorimer/Metropolitian stop and need an afternoon pick-me-up or a late-night nightcap.Read more ›