Anchor Brewing Brewery of the Month Harlem Public

Anchor Brewing Brewery of the Month Harlem Public

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03/28/2018 | All Day

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Harlem Public NYC

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Anchor Brewing Brewery of the Month Harlem Public

Anchor Brewing Brewery of the Month Harlem Public, Wednesday, March 28th.

Anchor Brewing Brewery of the Month Harlem Public

About Anchor Brewing

Our Craft – A TIME HONORED BREWING TRADITION
Anchor is America’s first and oldest craft brewery, with roots dating back to the California gold rush. Today, our beers are handmade from an all-malt mash in our traditional copper brewhouse. Our process combines the time-honored art of classical craft brewing with carefully applied, state-of-the-art modern methods.
Copper Brewhouse – THE HEART AND SOUL OF ANCHOR
Every drop of Anchor beer is made right here in our traditional copper brewhouse. Decades-old handmade tools of the trade — mash tun, lauter tun, grant, and brewkettle — are literally at the heart of our historic American brewery, surrounded by our offices, quality-control lab, and taproom. It is a constant reminder of the brewcraft at the core of who we are.


Anchor Brewing Brewery of the Month Harlem Public, Wednesday, March 28th.

Harlem Public NYC
3612 Broadway
New York, NY 10031
(212) 939-9404
http://harlempublic.com
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Cozy pub offering a huge selection of craft beers on tap plus spirits & cocktails.

Harlem Public delivers a much-needed bar scene to an undeserved stretch of Broadway. The communal vibe is chill enough to bring a book or laptop, but friendly enough to meet your neighbors, and the craft-beer list is always changing; sixteen draft options ($6-$11) favor small breweries like Monk’s Café, and regional distilleries like Hillrock are well represented. In keeping with the collective spirit, the bar’s partners relied heavily on family and friends for the decor: Slate-blue walls are hung with a grandmother’s collection of mismatched picture frames; there’s a namesake mosaic tiled by one of the owners’ mothers-in-law; and piping lights were made by one co-owner’s childhood friend–slash–electrician. Two restored pews from Central Harlem’s Mt. Moriah church offer a final nod to the neighborhood, along with photos of local landmarks like Maggie’s Garden and the Royal Tenenbaums’ house. [source: nymag.com]

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