Keg & Lantern Brewing Company
97 Nassau Ave,
Brooklyn, NY 11222
My intent was to check out War Flag, I was pretty sure there was no tasting room since there were no hours on Google. It was a very nondescript building with no signs, just a keypad. It looked rather scary and spooky so I ran away.
On the way there I passed Keg & Lantern, which was on my list for last years Brew Tour and I never made it. If I had known how close it was to the G train I would have come sooner.
It looks very much like a bar/pub/tavern. Besides beer they have wine and a full bar. I got a Schwarzbier and a Belgian Golden Strong Ale. Both were very good. They have a full menu with average pub prices but the beer is more brewery prices and you can purchase 4, 10, 20, or 60 (wow) oz beers. You can also get Crowlers (32 oz) to go.
All the signs say ‘brewed on premises’ and there are pictures of the tanks on Google. Considering the location I could see me coming back.
Posted by Belleza on February 23, 2018 in Brewery Tour and tagged Breweries, Brooklyn, Craft Beer, Drink Local, Food & drink, Keg & Lantern, Microbreweries, NYC Craft Beer, Summerbeertour2017, War Flag.
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