The Village Voice’s annual one day beer festival, Brooklyn Pour takes place on Saturday, September 24th at the Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint, and Bushwick’s very own Kings Country Brewers Collective will be among the featured brewers!
Kings Country Brewers Collective, abbreviated KCBC, opened earlier this summer, making it the first new brewery in decades in Bushwick, which was once a brewing capital.
Since the opening, collective members Tony Bellis, Zack Kinney and Pete Lengyel have been producing and serving up their own beers in their brewery and taproom at 381 Troutman Street.
The Pour has the largest brewery lineup in the event’s six year history; it’s also expected to draw a record number of guests this year.
The event is called “one of the most highly anticipated craft beer festivals in the Tri-State Area,” Village Voice publisher Suzan Gursoy. Ticketholders have access to unlimited tastings of all of the beers offered by participating breweries.
General admission goes for $55 and VIP tickets for $85, and tickets are available here. If you go, say hello to the KCBC crew!
Featured image: Two KCBC brews on offer at the Troutman Street brewery. Photo by Ruthie Darling for Bushwick Daily.
Annual beer festival hosted by The Village Voice at the Brooklyn EXPO Center.
72 Noble Street between Franklin Street & West Street. Greenpoint. Off the Greenpoint Avenue G Train.
Saturday, September 24. 3 p.m.-6 p.m.