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Sisters in Craft: Ladies Pint Night at BGH

  • Bar Great Harry 280 Smith Street Brooklyn, NY, 11231 United States (map)

Beerded Ladies and Bar Great Harry are proud to present Sisters in Craft, a ladies pint night celebrating the hard working women of craft beer!

On Wednesday, November 18th at 7PM, the ladies are taking over the taps over at Bar Great Harry, one of Carroll Gardens’ most beloved craft beer bars. The evening features lady-brewed beer specials, professional brewsters and reps, local homebrewers, industry pros, craft beer enthusiasts and writers. Meet the brewers, learn about the booming local beer scene and swap tips with fellow craft beer-loving Brooklyn girls over delicious drafts. There is no cover and the event is open to all.


“This isn’t a ‘ladies-drink-free’ sort of night that caters to the bridge and tunnel crowd – there’s plenty of that going on around the rest of the city. This is a night of lady brewers talking hops and tasting tips while sipping on beers.” - Brooklyn Based

Confirmed participants include Meredith Heil and Hayley Karl of Beerded Ladies, Krista Kilberg of 12% Imports, Heather McReynolds of Sixpoint Brewery, Kristen Demergian of Allagash Brewing Company, Laurisa Milici of Radiant Pig Brewing, Lauren Grimm of Grimm Artisanal Ales, Kate Haubrich of Third Rail Beer and Barrier Brewing’s Carly D Maughan. In addition, a few award-winning lady homebrewers will also be in attendance with samples.

About BGH: “Co-owners (and brothers) Ben and Mike Wiley didn’t splurge on the redesign when converting the former Bar Bar into Bar Great Harry, choosing instead to stake their joint’s reputation on excellent beer options. The very capable barkeeps behave like master sommeliers; throw out your preferences, and they'll direct you towards a delicious brew you never knew you loved.” - NY Magazine