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Posted on December 15, 2015 by NYCBG
It’s a big week for Brooklyn craft beer as Strong Rope Brewery plans to open its doors to the public on Thursday.
After launching a successful Kickstarter campaign in September, award-winning home brewer Jason Sahler now has a place of his own to show off his tasteful brews, such as the popular J.J. Bollerack’s Brown Ale. The new tasting room in Gowanus features a bar crafted from reclaimed black walnut, complete with 10 draft lines.
Strong Rope is the 22nd operating brewing facility in NYC. As the latest brewery to open in the Gowanus neighborhood, they will be neighbors to Other Half and Threes Brewing. The grand opening is on Thursday, December 17 from 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm.
Falling Squirrel Project (SMaSH Beer: Project 1)
Session Pale (3.7% APV)
Eric The Red Ale
Crushable light and malty Red Ale (3.8% APV)
J.J. Bollerack’s Brown Ale
Classic Brown Ale (5% APV)
Fat Man, Little Stout
Roast Dry Stout (5.1%)
Malt bomb…think Barley-Wine light or as Jason calls it, a Gowanus Export Ale 🙂 (7.6%)
Strong Rope Brewery is located in Gowanus, Brooklyn, New York at 574A President Street, near 4th Ave. Strong Rope Brewery sells handcrafted ales focusing on utilizing New York grown ingredients. Our clean fermented ales will focus on the malt, hops and seasonal fruits, herbs and spices to showcase what our amazing local farms have to offer. Strong Rope Brewery is owned and operated by Head Brewer Jason Sahler.
Strong Rope Brewery is located at 574a President St, and open Thursday – Sunday. Learn more about Strong Rope here.
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