Solstice Session at the Arrogant Swine
Tyson Ho likes swine. Joshua M. Bernstein and Chris Cuzme? They like beer.
To combine these two great life pleasures, the comrades-in-consumption are putting on Solstice Session at the Arrogant Swine. (That'd be Ho's in-the-works North Carolina-style BBQ joint.)
Pitmaster Ho will slow-roast a pig and serve pulled pork sandwiches. (Don't worry: veggies will have food too.) To drink, Cuzme and Bernstein have assembled the city's best session meads, cider and beer--that is, low alcohol but not low in flavor. And perfect for drinking all afternoon.
We've enlisted 10 of the city's best homebrewers to make session beers, then we've tabbed NYC's best local breweries to make low-alcohol beauties too. That means you, Barrier, Finback, Transmitter, Bridge and Tunnel, SingleCut, KelSo, 508, Greenpoint Beer and Ale, Bridge and Tunnel and Rockaway. There will be more than 20 unique, rarely tasted session brews on offer, from sours to saisons, IPAs and everything in between.
You'll enjoy 'em in more than 3,000 square feet of outside industrial paradise, with picnic tables and plenty of cornhole too. Better still: June 21 is the Summer Solstice, meaning that today is the first, and longest, day of summer. There's no better way to kick off the summer.
The Arrogant Swine
173 Morgan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11237
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|