Beloved Brooklyn brewpub Randolph Beer will be opening its largest brewery yet in Williamsburg, just in time for fall beer season.
They already have popular locations in DUMBO, Nolita and another in Williamsburg, but this will be the main spot they’ll be brewing their beer out of. They’ve been known for their unique “beer ATM,” which is still operating in their DUMBO location!
The new space is 12,228 square feet in the new 25 Kent building in Williamsburg. Not only will it be their largest space, but it will also help launch their first canning operation. The taproom will be on the second floor of the building and have unobstructed city views across the East River of the Manhattan skyline, and will also have their famous bar games like shuffleboard, skeeball, vintage arcade games and foosball.
Expect their usual pub menu made with “premium, sustainable and mindfully-sourced ingredients,” like their “Big Ass Pretzel” (which pairs well with a pilsner) or the Skirt Steak Skewers (with a porter).
The 500,000-square-foot commercial office building at 25 Kent opened recently, but the area the brewery is occupying is still under construction. A Fall 2020 opening is expected.
The building is the first of its kind in North Williamsburg in over 40 years and will be “a hub of innovation in which the tech, creative, design, production and light manufacturing industries can collaborate and grow together.”
It occupies a full city block and is across the street from the new waterfront Bushwick Inlet Park that is currently in the process of being constructed!
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