Blocktoberfest our annual fall beer fest celebrating #NYCBrewed •
The ONLY event featuring all our NYCBG member breweries in one location at the same time.
Saturday, September 30th – Save the date, get your ticket, message your friends.
This is a sampling festival, your ticket includes admission and beer.
PLEASE NOTE: VIP Doors open at Noon. GA entry is anytime after 1PM
VIP / Early Entry Tickets: Noon - 5PM - $85
Early Bird GA - limited number of discounted tickets for those who order early - $45 Available until mid August, or sold out.
General Admission: 1PM - 5PM - $50 Available until Sept 22, or sold out.
GA ticket price increases to $60 the week prior to the event
We will regularly update this information, including adding our entertainment, food vendors and more. Keep checking back, and keep an eye on our Instagram.
The NYC Brewers Guild can not control the fees charged by Eventbrite, our prices are listed above.
Blocktoberfest is at a new venue this year!
We'll be at Industry City, in Courtyard 1&2. Directly adjacent to the Food Hall
Celebrating all that makes NYC Beer special.
Breweries scheduled* to pour:
18th Ward, Alewife, Back Home Beer, Big aLICe, Bridge and Tunnel, Bronx Brewery, Brooklyn Brewery, Brooklyn Kura, Circa Brewing, Coney Island, DaleView, Dyke Beer, Ebbs, Endless Life, Evil Twin, Fifth Hammer, Finback, Five Boroughs, Flagship, Focal Point, Greenpoint, Grimm, Gun Hill, Harlem Brewing, Interboro, Kato Sake Works, Keg & Lantern, Kills Boro, KCBC (Kings County Brewers Collective), LIC Beer Project, Other Half, Randolph, Rockaway, Singlecut, Sixpoint, Strong Rope, TaLea, Threes, Torch & Crown, Transmitter, Wild East.
Non-beer drinkers, we're got options for you as well. We now have our two local Sake makers joining us as members.
*Subject to change. Scheduled beverage list will appear on our IG stories/highlight, be posted on our website, and below.
Food Options On Site
In addition to the varied food vendors steps away in Industry City's Food Hall, we're inviting some of our favorite local food pop-ups
Minister Maestro - aka Chris Maestro the owner, founder and proprietor of Bier Wax in Brooklyn & Queens will be spinning for us on the 30th. ICYMI - Minister Maestro has long and strong ties in NYC's Hip Hop history. We're excited to have Minister Maestro to entertain us. Don't miss out.
As part of the NYC Brewers Guild's dedication to providing safer and inclusive spaces, environments and events, we continually work toward offering transparency to our attendees as well all those working our events. In addition to our Safety Advocate program, we continue to work with our partners at OutSmart, as well as Hugging the Bar to instill and enact proper protocols. Our event Code of Conduct will be posted at the event, and can be viewed below. We can, and will provide more information upon request.
This is an outdoor festival with vendor tents. Blocktoberfest will be held rain or shine. Refunds will not be issued for weather.
Designated driver passes are available. Anyone with a DD ticket may not consume alcohol at this event.
This event is 21+. No one under 21 is permitted, no exceptions. Valid, government-issued ID must be presented at the time of entry.
No dogs are allowed. ADA service animals are acceptable.
No outside alcohol, cans or bottles may be opened by attendees during the festival. For legal reasons, they will be confiscated. And violators may be asked to leave immediately.
We do not offer bag check. No large bags, backpacks, or similar will be permitted, nor do we have capability to secure items on site.
Blocktoberfest is a beer festival and while we want everyone to enjoy themselves, anyone in attendance who is visibly intoxicated and/or acting inappropriately will be asked to leave.
Refund requests must be made within 10 days of initial purchase. All refund requests made on tickets purchased on or after September 22, 2023 are subject to review, and not guaranteed.
We Welcome Everyone
We believe in the inclusion of all people, regardless of race, gender, sex, sexuality, economic class, nation of origin, age, faith, ability or identity. In our Guild meetings, collaborations, and sponsored events, we believe that the Guild has a responsibility to create an environment that welcomes all people, including Guild members, participating industry staff, event guests, volunteers, and non-industry staff. Fostering As part of the NYC Brewers Guild's dedication to providing safe and inclusive spaces, environments and events, we continually work toward offering transparency to our attendees as well all those working our events. In addition to our Safety Advocate program, we continually work with our partners at OutSmart, as well as the Women of the Bevolution and Hugging the Bar to instill and enact proper protocols. Our event Code of Conduct will be posted at the event, and can be viewed below. We can, and will provide more information upon request.such an environment is paramount to executing the Guild’s mission of creating a community.
Event Code of Conduct
The NYC Brewers Guild is dedicated to providing a harassment-free festival for everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation or identity, ability, appearance, race or religion. We do not, and will not tolerate harassment in any form, sexist, racist, or exclusionary during our events. Be kind to others. Do not insult or defame any fellow participants.
Any participant violating these rules may be asked to leave immediately at the discretion of the Guild. No refunds or accommodations will be issued for violators.
We expect our events to provide a welcoming environment for all. Should anyone make another attendee feel unsafe or unwelcome, or if you observe another individual in situational discomfort, please report it ASAP to one of our Safety Advocates.
Reports can also be made via our third party reporting system through WeVow. Access to do so will be highly visible onsite.
Scheduled styles being poured will be announced at a later date. Check our IG Stories & Highlights for the most up-to-date list.
Cheers to #nycbrewed