Posted on September 10, 2015 by NYCBG
Strong Rope Brewery has already secured a used two-barrel system and 2,200 square foot location in Gowanus, Brooklyn, and are now turning to the community for donations to help make their tasting room a reality. They are aiming to raise $20,000, which will go towards building the main taproom bar and installing a custom draft system. The proposed tasting room would include 8 tap lines serving Strong Rope’s take on American ales, such as J.J. Bollerack’s Big Brown Ale, a 6.5% ABV brown ale, or Young Lion of the West, a 4.2% cream ale.
Strong Rope’s anticipated opening is in late October or November. We look forward to hearing more from Strong Rope as they make progress.
Strong Rope Brewery is owned and operated by award-winning homebrewer Jason Sahler. Strong Rope aims to brew seasonal beers utilizing fresh vegetables, fruits, herbs, and spices. Once launched, the beer will available mainly on draft, with select bottle releases.
You can get a taste of Strong Rope Brewery at the Brooklyn Local Craft Beer Festival on September 20.