A Craft Brew & Beer Experience Like No Other…
Hops, History & A Helluva Good Time
We love feedback here at the NYC Party Bus Pros. That’s why we’re the highest reviewed Party Bus Company on Yelp! and Google. While most people love our North Folk Wine Tour – we kept getting a consistent question. “What about us beer lovers?”
And… well, that got us thinking – we’re beer connoisseurs too. While we do love wine, we much prefer a craft beer and a good game of football. We realized we had to put together the absolute best craft beer and brewery tour of all time.
Enjoy NYC’s finest brews, finger-licking good food, unique crafting experiences and behind-the-scenes brewery tours that are usually inaccessible.
Whether you’re a native, a tourist, somewhere-in-between or a luxury concierge service – this is the best beer-related tour on the island. Need a personal touch for a luxury client, bachelor or bachelorette party or a wedding? Our customer service is unrivaled – give us a call today.
Without further ado, here’s our top picks (you do NOT have to choose these breweries) for the NYC Party Bus Pros Brewery Tour List:
Birreria is a rooftop restaurant and brewery that offers the highest quality beer and food under the stars and skyline. In collaboration with Sam Calagione of Dogfish Head, Teo Musso of Baladin and Leonardo Di Vincenzo of Birra Del Borgo, Eataly’s Head Brewer is brewing unfiltered, unpasteurized and naturally carbonated Cask Ales just 30 feet from where you sit, eat and drink.
Harking back to a time when this area of New York was a beer-brewing center, the Brooklyn Brewery not only brews and serves tasty local suds but also offers 45-minute tours of its facilities. Tours offered from Monday to Thursday include tastings of four beers, plus history and insight into the brewery
No bar in the city pays more loving and thorough homage to beer — specifically Belgian beer, arguably the world’s best — than Spuyten Duyvil. In a neighborhood where $2 PBR rules the day, it’s built an almost cultlike following around obscure imported microbrews. Beer geeks from Manhattan, Jersey, Connecticut, and beyond make the trek for a stunning selection of Belgian brews that’s broken down by region — Flemish and Wallonian.
SingleCut, the rare microbrewery in Astoria and the first production brewery in Queens since Prohibition ended in 1933, opens its taproom to the public on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, serving ales, lagers, pilsners and I.P.A.s while a D.J. spins vintage vinyl.
” Known for its 1933 Pilsner and New England India pale ales, SingleCut sells glasses for $6 to $8. Its rotating pop-up restaurants offer a variety of fare; dumplings and bao sandwiches, on the menu for Beatles night, were $6 to $8. “The New York Times, 2018