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Beer Table Four-Year Feast
Help Beer Table celebrate its fourth anniversary with a four-course dinner. The menu includes oysters, a pig head spread, lamb belly, winter squash and chocolate ganache truffles. Read more here and reserve a spot by emailing events@beertable.com.

Thursday February 2 at Beer Table, 427B 7th Ave between 14th and 15th Sts (Park Slope). Two seatings: 7:30pm and 9pm. $40.

Brew Your Own Pale Ale
Homebrewing expert Fritz Fernow invites you to this all-day workshop to make a pale ale from scratch. He’ll walk you through the process from start to finish at his home in Cobble Hill, then enjoy a pint down the street at 61 Local. In a few weeks when the brew is ready, you’ll return for a tasting party. Learn more and sign up here.

Saturday, February 4 from 9am to 3pm at 61 Local, 61 Bergen St between Court and Smith Sts (Cobble Hill). $35.

Bed-Stuy Bar Crawl
Curious about all the recent food activity in Bed-Stuy, but missing a guide? The “Ambassadors of Awesomeness” have you covered. Nicole Taylor (of Food Culturist), writer Alisha Miranda, and food writer/photographer Clay Williams (@ultraclay) will be your intrepid guides as you head to four of the hood’s best watering holes, featuring local beers, creative cocktails, small bites, and unbeatable experiences. $25 gets you free drinks + bites PLUS free swag from Yelp! Brooklyn and a Not For Tourists Brooklyn guidebook (2012 edition).

Saturday, February 4, 2012 from 6 to 9 pm at Fulton Bar, 1011 Fulton St between Grand Ave and Downing St. (Bed Stuy). $25. Tickets here.

Smorgasbrewery
Warm up before the Super Bowl with this week’s featured vendors: Danny MacaroonsCommerce Bakery, Noshi and Solber Pupusas, plus (of course) house suds from Brooklyn Brewery.

Sunday, February 5 from noon to 5pm at Brooklyn Brewery, 79 N 11th St between Berry St and Wythe Ave (Williamsburg)

Bark Hot Dogs & Sixpoint Super Bowl Tailgate
Hot dogs and beer are a classic game-day combo, and you can’t do much better than Bark and Sixpoint, who’ve teamed up for the big event. Get there before kickoff for all-you-can-drink brews (six on tap) including Bark Red Ale and Harbinger Saison, and all the dogs, sliders and wings you can eat, plus a halftime buffet with even more treats. Get tickets here.

Sunday February 5 from 5:30 to 11pm at Bark Hot Dogs, 474 Bergen St between 5th and Flatbush Aves (Park Slope). $75.

Beer Washed Cheese Tasting
Head to 61 Local for a unique tasting with Sixpoint and Saxelby Cheesemongers. Saxelby will present four variations, all starting with farmstead cheese from Cato Corner Farm, each washed in a different Sixpoint brew. You’ll get to taste the different results paired with the accompanying beers, plus some family-style snacks provided by 61 Local. Read more and get tickets.

Wednesday, February 8 from 7 to 9pm at 61 Local, 61 Bergen St between Court and Smith Sts (Cobble Hill). $35.

Further ahead:

How to…Slice It!
The next gathering in the how-to series from Edible Brooklyn and the Brooklyn Brewery is all about meat, with local butchers and purveyors sharing their wisdom on slicing, curing, and other meat-centric skills. Speakers include reps from Fleisher’s and Brooklyn Cured. Get tickets here.

Wednesday, February 22 from 7:30 to 10pm at Brooklyn Brewery, 79 N 11th St between Berry St and Wythe Ave (Williamsburg). $5.

Beer for Beasts
The second annual edition of this event (benefiting The Humane Society of New York City) may still be two months away, but tickets are already selling like hotcakes. Hosted by Sixpoint and BeerAdvocate, the charitable fete brings craft brews, food from the likes of Calexico and Big Gay Ice Cream, and live entertainment to The Bell House for a good cause. Read more and get tickets here.

Saturday, March 31 at The Bell House, 149 7th St between 2nd and 3rd Aves (Gowanus). Two sessions: 1-5pm and 6-10pm. $60.

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One Response to Brooklyn Food Events: Picks for the Week of February 2

  1. Andra says:

    I don’t think you’re entirely wrong on the detpcirsion of this beer it sort of tastes like that. While I don’t dislike it, it’s my least favorite of all the Sixpoint offerings. I won’t be buying more. At first taste I thought it was good, then was just kinda bleh’.

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