NEW YORK -- The craft beer renaissance that is sweeping the city is centered in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, in keeping with the city's brewing history.
Now, fans of such brews will be able to sample artisanal beers from four local brewers as well as get a first-hand look at how craft beers are made. They also will be served appropriate snacks and food pairings.
To top it off, they will be driven to the breweries in a tour vehicle that seats up to 20. The tour will begin at Chelsea Brewery, Chelsea Piers (Pier 59) in Manhattan, with drop-off stops made as requested at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, Grand Central Terminal, Empire State Building, Union Square/Heartland Brewery, and Chelsea Brewery.
The tour will cover Chelsea Brewery, Spuyten Duyvil, Brooklyn Brewery and Bohemian Hall. The tour will begin at 11:45 a.m. and last 4-5 hours. No one under age 21 is permitted to participate. Advance reservations are required for every date the tour is offered (listed on the website along with ticket details.)
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