We made beer with sugarcane grass water. No grain, just pure sugarcane water, hops, yeast and time.
The purest taste of the islands in a wild saison. Introducing Island2
With our concept beer “Yuh Real Crazy” we captured the truest essence of island to island. Trinidad’s islands and New York’s islands fused harmoniously in a melting bot. But with this imperial Island2 our focus was less on fusion and more about celebrating contrasts; the stark differences between sweet vs bitter, grassy vs tropical fruit.
Preview Giveaways: Harlem Brew Fest September 30th 2017
Home Brew Swap: Bitter and Esters October 4th 2017
New Release Friday: The Taproom at 642 Rogers Ave October 6th 2017
Fuhmentaboudit!: Roberta’s October 23rd 2017 (if there’s any left)
Now Available On Tap Daily
Island Squared will be available as one of the draft beers in the Island to Island Brewery taproom at 642 Rogers Ave in Brooklyn while supply lasts. Only 1 barrel was brewed and thus we don’t expect it to last past October. Available today by the glass at the bar or growlers to go. Island Squared is a gluten free, grain free beer.
Public Access Hours:
4PM – 9PM Wednesday & Thursday
2PM – 12AM Friday & Saturday
2PM – 9PM Sunday
Ladies & Gentleman Island to Island Brewery is introducing Ryen Watkins as the host of the 2nd year of the “Open Mic at 642 Rogers Ave” Series!
Ryen Watkins is a freelance media personality and fitness/lifestyle blogger promoting healthy living, good vibes and the making of your own reality. Ryen joins the taproom starting this fall 2017 as the face, voice and personality of our “Open Mic at 642 Rogers Ave” Series dedicated to supporting local artists including our artistic beer crafting brewers.
The sessions are mixed with instrumental musicians, singers, poets & comedians from all genres.
One drink minimum includes a newly released house brew either a craft beer or jun kombucha!
“Open Mic at 642 Rogers Ave” will be taking place every 3rd Saturday of the month starting from September until June. Join us for a night of local, underground and up and coming entertainers making you laugh, think, cry and shout in excitement all while drinking great craft beers, ciders and kombucha!
To learn more about the performing artists and grab a sneak peak of their talent Click Here
If you would like to visit us at the brewery’s taproom, we are located at
642 Rogers Avenue Brooklyn, N.Y. 11226
(between Clarkson Ave. & Parkside Ave.)
2,5 Trains to Winthrop. Q Train to Parkside
There is a 1 Drink Minimum for all attendees. Must be 21+ to attendent.
18+ to perform with notice to the producers.
The 2017 hurricane season has started off leaving massive destruction to the homes, memories and families of Caribbean people worldwide. Hurricane Irma, Jose and Harvey along with Mexico’s largest earthquake has left the places we call home and find peace in as travelers devastated. Just as those brave souls bared down for dear life we’re gearing up to bared down and rebuild.
Join us with contributions of donations to acquire food and hygiene supplies in bulk for distribution, building supplies, and volunteering locally and abroad.
The Friendly Islands needs our help! 2017 Hurricane victims need our help!
Brian Cunningham for City Council and Island to Island Brewery present: 40 for District 40
A Brunch Fundraiser in Support of Brian Cunningham 2017 for City Council Member of District 40.
Come experience the flavors of the islands north and south, enjoy local entertainment, and support Brian Cunningham, candidate for City Council in Brooklyn’s District 40 (East Flatbush, Flatbush, Ditmas Park, Prospect Lefferts Garden, Kensington, and parts of Crown Heights).
Savor Island to Island’s made in house drinks and delicious brunch tapas while celebrating Brooklyn’s vast multinational neighborhood. As a son of Brooklyn, born and raised in East Flatbush by his immigrant mother, Brian is dedicated to preserving the cultural landscape of the community. You will hear directly from him about his candidacy and plans for our beloved Brooklyn’s District 40.
40 for District 40 is Brunch Experience to meet and greet the candidate while tasting a breadth of the flavors and cultures represented in Brooklyn City Council District 40.
Menu will include flights of popular fruit beers, shandies, cider, juice and kombucha alongside pairings with corn soup, buffalo jerk bites, brunch frittatas, yogurt, oatmeal and fresh made biscuits.
*menu offerings are gluten free, vegetarian friendly and with indication vegan friendly.
ALL ARE WELCOMED TO THIS FUNDRAISER. MUST BE 21 AND OVER TO DRINK. NON-ALCOHOLIC JUICE AND SMOOTHIE OPTIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE. PORTION OF ALL PROCEEDS GO TOWARD SUPPORTING THE BRIAN CUNNINGHAM FOR CITY COUNCIL CAMPAIGN.
Known by most as the West Indian Day Parade, is more like a Caribbean Month of Celebration!
Starting from August Monday the West Indian community in Brooklyn start gathering for practice, crafting, planning and fundraising for all the official festivities hosted by WIADCA while putting on small family or mass camp fetes.
These individual fetes taking place at Mas Camps are rehearsals for the Moko Jumbie, Pan Players, Mas Players and world renowned Caribbean Artists as they prepare to compete in Kiddie Carnival, Panorama, J’ouvert and during the main Parade. It’s all partying, it’s all competition and it’s all love for our native culture!
Caribbean Foodie Weekend
All August long we’ll be serving West IndianTapas with our weekly juice and beer releases.
Corn Soup will be available labor day weekend during the Carnival festivities.
The first Saturday and Sunday of September DaleView Biscuits and Beer will be hosting special pre-fete brunches for visitors participating in the various fetes and West Indian Day parade. Book your brunch seating now before we fill up. Get Brunch Tickets⇢
Progressive candidate Christopher Carew is running to win the open City Council seat in District 41, bringing fresh energy and common sense solutions to his community.
Come out and hear his platform ask questions, and get to know Mr. Carew, all while enjoying beer and cider brewed on site at Island to Island Brewery. Feast on tasty food, enjoy a cocktail made with a selection of locally-made spirits, and refresh your taste buds with fresh, organic, made-to-order juice and smoothies.
Don’t miss this chance to shmooze with a future City Councilman.
Friday August 4th 7PM – 10PM with food pop-up specials. DaleView: biscuits & beer returns with something sweet, peaches!
Beers and drinks keep flowing until Midnight 12AM as we celebrate the release of our “Peach” season beer, cider, kombucha & smoothie.
DALEVIEW: Biscuits & Beer
Specializing in fluffy and delightful biscuits made with love not gluten
Chef’s Biscuits Menu
Pulled Pork Biscuit with red coleslaw
Fried Fish Biscuit with special sauce and red coleslaw
Shrimp PoBoy Biscuit with red coleslaw
Pan Seared Shrimp Biscuit w/ peach mango salsa
Hot Chicken Biscuit w/red onions
Biscuit Bar Snacks
Special Biscuit Trio with Flight Pairing
New Release Alert: Peach Season
Beer: Brown Sugar Love ABV 8% Beer: Just Peachy ABV 3.7% – session peach pale ale Cider: Whin’n She Bam Bam ABV 8.6% – imperial peach cider Smoothie: Peaches-N-Cream
Kombucha: Lavender Peach Kombucha Pilot Kombucha
Happy Hour: Love Jones & Brown Sugar Soundtracks
Love & Hip Hop Night with DJ Dick at Nite
You can find us at 642 Rogers Ave between Parkside and Clarkson Avenues. Island to Island Brewery
3 blocks from the Q train and 1 Block from the 2,5 trains very easy to get to.
DJ Dick at Nite, Watermelon drinks in the beer garden, perfect summer night! The beer we’ve all been waiting for. The beer that celebrates the best part of summer… Watermelon! This Foodie Friday we’re releasing our best recipes made with watermelon in each of our beverage categories.
The newest brewery in town is not another IPA or DDH loaded taproom.
Island to Island Brewery is a brewery off the beaten path bringing tastes of Caribbean Islands to beer, cider and smoothies right to New York City’s backyard.
Remember the tastes, smells and colors of your last Caribbean cruise – the Jamaican Shandy, the Trinidadian Sorrel, the Mexican Pineapple, the Saint Martin Coconut Water, the Grand Cayman Mangos? Island to Island Brewery brings it all to Brooklyn while still celebrating the richest of the greatest city on earth, New York City.
Each week Island to Island will be releasing a new line of beers, ciders, smoothies, juices and cocktails based on Caribbean and NY Seasonal fruits. It’s part of the Seed to Spirit Experience the health conscience founder has based the menu on. The idea is that from child to adult, drinkers and non-drinkers alike can taste and enjoy well crafted beverages based on the season’s best harvest.
This week’s releases 7/21 are a line up of Hibiscus or Sorrel based recipes paired with gluten free biscuits for the Foodie Friday release party. Upcoming releases are 7/28 Watermelon featuring a Watermelon Saison the perfect BBQ beer and 8/4 Peach pulling local flavors into sweeter beers, smoothies and hard cider.
Don’t worry If you like hops they brewer’s have crafted a gluten free calypso dry hopped IPA beer that is technically a cider base with all the hoppy flavor beer American IPA beer nerds enjoy.