09/19/2019 | 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Event Brand Anchor brewing
The Greenwich Village Anchor Brewing Bar Crawl
Barrow Street Ale House
15 Barrow St.
MacDougal Street Ale House
122 Macdougal St.
145 Bleecker St.
Anchor Brewing Company
A TIME-HONORED BREWING TRADITION
Anchor Brewing 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.
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 Baykeeper IPA
Anchor Brewing Brewer’s Pale Ale
Anchor Brewing Fog Breaker IPA
Anchor Brewing San Franpsycho IPA
Anchor Brewing Variety Pack
Anchor Steam Beer
Anchor Steam Blackberry Daze IPA
Anchor Steam California Lager
Anchor Steam Christmas Ale 2019
Anchor Steam Liberty Ale
Anchor Steam Porter
Anchor’s Blood Orange Blonde
Anchor’s Mango Wheat
Anchor Brewing Greenwich Village Bar Crawl, Thursday, September 19th, 5pm.
The Home of the Beer
Peculier Pub was founded over thirty years ago during a time where most places in NYC were limited in the types of beer they sold. Our bar became the first beer bar in NYC, stocking hundreds of different beer from around the world in order to expand the appreciation of different brewing styles and regional specialities. Symbolic of the owner’s original desire to broaden the beer drinking experience of our customers, our name comes from a beer originating in England called Theakston’s ‘Old Peculier’, which was the owner’s favorite beer when he first opened the bar. This tradition continues with our stock of over 350 different beers in bottles and 27 beers on draught.
Ever wonder what’s with the old pew-like seats and stained glass windows? These are remnants of the bar prior to Peculier called Preachers. Peculier moved from a location on West 4th about twenty years ago (now ‘The Slaughtered Lamb’), keeping the lovely decor from Preachers. Want even more of a history lesson? Before Preachers, 145 Bleecker Street was a pub called “The Dug Out.” Before that…? A bible shop owned by two sisters. Overall, this location is over 100 years old! God bless this mess!