Beer is Here: 4 Places For Buds and Suds This Fall

Saturday October 5, 2019

Beer is Here: 4 Places For Buds and Suds This Fall
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October is here, and that means local breweries are pouring seasonal favorites. Four recently opened venues celebrate the best of the craft brewery scene. Grab some friends and check them out!

Clinton Hall Rooftop Garden
Pod Brooklyn, New York, NY

Taste 20 seasonal draught beers and ciders at Clinton Hall Rooftop Beer Garden at Pod Brooklyn, the first rooftop beer garden in Williamsburg. Thanks to an on-site Flux Capacitor, visitors can enjoy craft brews served precisely to each Brew Masters specs, which can be expertly paired with Clinton Hall's 20 unique burger offerings.

The Brakeman
Shinola Hotel, Detroit, MI

Pour your own beer at The Brakeman, an American beer hall with an outdoor area, which opened its doors at Detroit's Shinola Hotel in March. Buy beer tokens for $7 each from the ticket window and serve yourself a pint, pitcher or a flight of beer from the bar, offering eight different rotating draft beers. For cocktail lovers, the venue also features a bar with craft spirits and seasonal frozen drinks, and games including Ping-Pong, foosball, and shuffleboard.

The Fields LA and Garden Bar
OUE Skyspace, Los Angeles, CA

Taste over 20 different California craft beers on tap, and enjoy unbeatable panoramic views of Los Angeles at the newly debuted Garden Bar at OUE Skyspace located nearly 1,000 feet atop California's tallest open-air observation rooftop deck. Grab your Lederhosen and Dirndls and join us for our Oktoberfest Celebration! Enjoy German beer and food, live authentic German music, contests and more!

Trinity Beer Garden
Providence, RI

Enjoy a selection of Rhode Island craft beers, and live entertainment at Trinity Beer Garden in Providence, which debuted in May as part of Trinity Brewhouse's 25th-anniversary celebration. Visit the neighboring Alex and Ani City Center and its roller-skating rink, bumper cars, and the Friday Summer Hangouts.

Autumn 2019

This story is part of our special report titled Autumn 2019. Want to read more? Here's the full list.

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