1. Brooklyn Brewery Talks Craft Beer and Food (Blood, Sweat, and Beer: The Movie)

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    Brooklyn Brewery Brewmaster Garrett Oliver discusses how craft beer is linked to the redevelopment of American food culture. Blood, Sweat, and Beer is an upcoming documentary about the explosive growth of the craft beer industry and the dramatic stories of two start-up breweries. Pre-order your copy of the film Blood, Sweat, and Beer for $5 at: www.bloodsweatbeermovie.com Cheers! PS. Garrett's book, The Brewmaster's Table, is an amazing read: http://www.amazon.com/The-Brewmasters-Table-Discovering-Pleasures/dp/0060005718

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    • The American Brew

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      This is American history told through beer. Find out why the Pilgrims were not supposed to land at Plymouth Rock. Hint: they were running out of beer. See beer brewed in a fireplace in the colonial method in Colonial Williamsburg and on a stove by a home brewer in the Bronx. Learn how Germans changed America’s taste for beer in the 19th Century and how they became the scapegoats to begin Prohibition. Hear Fritz Maytag of Anchor Steam and Ken Grossman of Sierra Nevada tell how they started their breweries, and how craft brewing began. Watch Dick Cantwell of Elysian in Seattle brew his Jasmine IPA and see what Vinnie Cilurzo of Russian River in Sonoma thinks of his concoction in used, oak, chardonnay casks. Plus, the late legendary beer connoisseur Michael Jordan, Garrett Oliver from Brooklyn Brewery, and much much more. “To understand American, one must know beer, not Baseball. “The American Brew” explains with wit and insight our infatuation with beer in its infinite variety.” Dick Kreck, The Denver Post Running time: 60 minutes. "To understand America, one must know beer, not baseball. 'The American Brew' explains with wit and insight our infatuation with beer in its infinite variety."

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      • The American Brew

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        This is American history told through beer. Find out why the Pilgrims were not supposed to land at Plymouth Rock. Hint: they were running out of beer. See beer brewed in a fireplace in the colonial method in Colonial Williamsburg and on a stove by a home brewer in the Bronx. Learn how Germans changed America’s taste for beer in the 19th Century and how they became the scapegoats to begin Prohibition. Hear Fritz Maytag of Anchor Steam and Ken Grossman of Sierra Nevada tell how they started their breweries, and how craft brewing began. Watch Dick Cantwell of Elysian in Seattle brew his Jasmine IPA and see what Vinnie Cilurzo of Russian River in Sonoma thinks of his concoction in used, oak, chardonnay casks. Plus, the late legendary beer connoisseur Michael Jordan, Garrett Oliver from Brooklyn Brewery, and much much more. “To understand American, one must know beer, not Baseball. “The American Brew” explains with wit and insight our infatuation with beer in its infinite variety.” Dick Kreck, The Denver Post

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        • Brewmaster's Notes: Ridgy-Didge

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          We may have broken the long distance record for delicious craft beer collaborations with this one. Please welcome Ridgy Didge, our second, one-time-only, limited edition Brewmaster's Reserve of 2014. She is an Aussie-spiced saison brewed with our friends at Mountain Goat Brewery in Melbourne, Australia. With their help, we got our hands on exotic down-under ingredients lemon myrtle and Tasmanian pepperberry resulting in a honey colored saison that goes well with hearty foods as well as spicier fare. http://brooklynbrewery.com/blog/brewmasters-reserve/ridgy-didge/

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          • Artsy's Craft Report: SAVOR 2014!

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            What happens when you get to ask a bunch of extremely talented, world renowned Brewers how they might pair their beers with what's local to their brewery? You get Artsy's Craft Report, from the floor of SAVOR 2014 in DC. Enjoy!!

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            • Cuvée Noire

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              Brooklyn Quarterly Experiment Q2 2014 Limited Quantity. Unlimited Possibility. Brooklyn Cuvée Noire Once upon a time, we created a beer called “Cuvée Noire”, and this beer lived beyond the strictures of beer styles. It had a stout-like malt structure, Belgian fermentation, and an irresistible personality. We loved Cuvée Noire, but here in Brooklyn our admirations have never been limited to beer. So our brewing team quietly introduced this beer to one of our other enthusiasms – Kentucky bourbon oak. After many months of aging, those six bourbon barrels produced a “Ghost Bottle” nicknamed Cuvée Elijah, some of the tastiest beer we’ve ever made. And then, of course, we drank it all. Ummm…yeah. Sorry about that. But you will forgive us, because now we’ve made some of this beer for you as well. Brooklyn Cuvée Noire starts with a solid base of German malts, builds color and flavor from British and American roasted malts, gains rum notes from Mauritius raw sugar, grabs a hint of citrus from sweet orange peel, and then ferments under the flag of Belgium. Our Belgian house yeast lends the beer a gentle spiciness on a dry, brisk palate displaying notes of chocolate, coffee and citrus. Then follows six months in oak barrels, which marries all the flavors while adding overtones of vanilla, coconut, and flowers. Finally the beer is bottled completely flat and undergoes a full refermentation in the bottle. If this all sounds like way too much, let us assure you that it is, in fact, just right. Cuvée Noire is big enough to take a steak to dinner, roasty enough to love Mexican molé sauce, and complex enough to enjoy with nothing more than a good conversation. You’ve never had anything quite like it. And as for the style thing, well, we sometimes believe in beer styles, but we’ll all just have to relax about this one. After all, Brooklyn Cuvée Noire is delicious, and it’s from Brooklyn, not Belgium. We don’t have a king, and no one’s gonna fence us in. Malts: Weyermann Pilsner, Simpsons Chocolate, Crisp Black, Breiss Black Barley Additions: Sweet Orange Peel Hops: German Perle, Slovenian Aurora Yeast: Our special Belgian strain Alcohol by Volume: 10.6% Original Gravity: 17.3° Plato Availability: Q2 2014 Format: 12/25.4oz (750mL) cork finished bottles (Music: Noriyuki Iwadare - Gyakuten Saiban 3 Original Soundtrack - Godot ~ The Fragrance of Dark Coffee)

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              • Brooklyn Brewery Mash on Steppin' Out

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                The Brooklyn Brewery Mash was featured on one of our favorite local features programs: Steppin' Out. Host Peggy Scott Laborde and Louisiana Eats' Poppy Tooker introduce the Brooklyn Brewery Mash to their salivating local audience. Get tickets: BrooklynBreweryMash.com

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                • Being Brooklyn Brewery: The 2014 Mash Trailer

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                  Collaborating with friends old and new, we've bundled up some of our favorite events into The Brooklyn Brewery Mash, America's largest traveling food and arts festival. The Mash is a week of parties, comedy, concerts, pop-up supperclubs and readings, all featuring humanity’s favorite beverage in 12 American and European cities. "Being Brooklyn Brewery" is a POV style clip that aims to project the wide variety of Mash programming onto curios found in a Brooklyn vintage store. Transient Pictures used animation, sound design, VHS clips, original footage and some other tricks to bring our imagination to life. Go to www.BrooklynBreweryMash.com to find out when The Mash hits your town and get tickets now. Video by Transient Pictures Directed and Produced by: Landon Van Soest Co-Directed by: Paul Trillo Camera: Chris Casey & Jordan Fuller Compositing by: Mike Weschler & Paul Trillo Sound Design by: Rich Bologna Major Thanks to: Eclectic Collectibles and Antiques 285 Metropolitan Avenue; Brooklyn, NY Permanent Records 181 Franklin St; Brooklyn, NY City Reliquary 370 Metropolitan Ave; Brooklyn, NY

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                  • Brewmaster's Notes: Hammarby Syndrome

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                    Brooklyn Brewery's first Brewmaster's Reserve of 2014 is Hammarby Syndrome, our tribute to the neighborhood of our New Carnegie Brewery in Stockholm, Sweden. Hammarby Syndrome is a cure-all for your Winter blues and a delicious addition to any meal. Brewed with spelt and spruce fronds this strong ale will warm your belly with tastes of Scandinavian delights. http://brooklynbrewery.com/blog/brewmaster/hammarby-syndrome/

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