NYC Brewers Guild’s BLOCKTOBERFEST 2021

The NYC Brewers Guild has announced the return of one of the most popular, highly anticipated beer festivals of the year – BLOCKTOBERFEST 2021. Following 2020’s festival being held virtually due to COVID-19, the event will return in-person this year outdoors at the Brooklyn Navy Yard on Saturday, October 2, 2021, from 1 – 4:30pm. Attending breweries will include 35+ members of the NYC Brewers Guild, special guest breweries, a DJ, games, and food available for purchase. A limited number of “Early Bird” tickets are on-sale now for at only $40; limited VIP tickets are also available for $75 and include early entry (at 12 noon) and exclusive pours from member breweries. All tickets will include entry and unlimited beer samples and can be purchased on Eventbrite.

Scheduled to pour at BLOCKTOBERFEST are:

18th Ward • Alewife • Big aLICe • Bridge and Tunnel • Bronx Brewery • Brooklyn Brewery • Circa Brewing • Coney Island • DaleView • EBBS • Endless Life • Evil Twin NYC • Fifth Hammer • Finback • Five Boroughs • Flagship • Folksbier • Greenpoint Beer • Grimm Artisanal Ales • Gun Hill Brewing • ICONYC • Interboro • Keg & Lantern • Kills Boro • KCBC • LIC Beer Project • Other Half • Randolph • Rockaway • Singlecut • Sixpoint • Strong Rope • TaLea • Threes • Torch & Crown • Transmitter • Wild East

With almost 40 breweries across all five boroughs, New York City has become the craft beer destination it was always meant to be. Beer lovers who live in or are visiting NYC can visit any borough in the city and enjoy a wide range of local craft beer and explore some of the City’s diverse and exciting communities.

BLOCKTOBERFEST is one of two fundraiser events hosted by the NYC Brewers Guild (a 501[c]6 nonprofit business association), the group responsible for advocating on behalf of and promoting New York City breweries. OPENING BASH, the official launch to NYC Beer Week, was also postponed due to COVID but is expected to return bigger and better than ever in 2022.

In accordance with all local regulations, including NYC Mayoral Executive Orders, NYS Legislation, CDC guidelines, and the regulations in place at the Navy Yard: attendees are asked to adhere to these guidelines and enforced regulations – including mask protocols and proof of vaccination requirements.