40 For District 40

Brian Cunningham for City Council District 40

This labor day weekend we have a treat for you!

Saturday, September 2nd from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm

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.

Eventbrite - It's Our Time: 40 for District 40 in support of Brian Cunningham for City Council

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.


West Indian American Carnival 2017

Trinidadian Foodie Friday

Carnival 2017 Season

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.

Weekend Brunch

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⇢

Eventbrite - Southern Fresh Caribbean Spiced Brunch

To learn more about the events visit WIADCA

Peach Season New Releases

Foodie Fridays - Peach

Peach Foodie Friday

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.

**Kids and Dogs always welcome.**

Foodie Fridays: Shrimpy’s & Wartega Brewing

Foodie Fridays with Shrimpy's and Wartega

Foodie Friday Kickoff

This Friday July 14th 7PM – 12AM with food truck seafood specials by Shrimpy’s Food Truck and Catering.

We’re celebrating the release of New Summer Juices & Beers!
Eventbrite - Foodie Fridays: New Beer & Juice Release Party
Trade Routes #1 by Wartega and Island to Island breweries

New Release Alert:

Beer: Trade Routes #1 – Lychee Sorrel Saison collaboration with Wartega Brewing – 7% ABV
Cider: Purples Heart hard cider – House of Juice recipe
Beer: Mixed American IPA – Island to Island new brew
Juice: Ice Green Lemonade – organic lemonade poured over iced greens – non-alcoholic cold pressed juice

You can find us at 642 Rogers Ave between Parkside and Clarkson Avenues.
3 blocks from the Q train and 1 Block from the 2,5 trains very easy to get to.

**Kids and Dogs always welcome.**

Jeff Rothberg: “Where did we go wrong?”

Jeff Rothberg's Where did we go wrong Art Show

Art Show Opening Ceremony

It’s going down! You’re invited to take part in the festivities for the opening of, “WHERE DID WE GO WRONG?” a solo exhibition by Jeff Rothberg presented by Island to Island Brewery and sponsored by Brooklyn Jun Brew. Come through and enjoy the art, drinks, food, live DJ,and chill vibes! Prints will be available for purchase as well as free tickets at the door for a chance to win a Rothberg original (must be present during drawing to win).

Art Show: Where did we go wrong by Jeff Rothberg

Jeff Rothberg

is a true New York City artist, born in Manhattan and raised out in Brooklyn. Besides creating art since he was a young lad, Jeff is a graduate of Pratt Institute (Brooklyn, NY) where he received his BFA in Communication Design. He’s best known for his digital and fine art work.

His influences include Jackie Robinson, Michael Jordan, Don Mattingly, Ken Griffey Jr., Bo Jackson, Deion Sanders, Pete Sampras, Steven Spielberg, Spike Lee, Bill Murray, Adam Sandler, Jim Carrey, Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Beastie Boys, Dave Grohl, The Notorious B.I.G., Jay-Z, Nas, Wu-Tang Clan, Timbaland, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Van Gogh, Lichtenstein, Norman Rockwell, Picasso, James Rizzi, Keith Haring, Shepard Fairey (Obey), Banksy, Frank Morrison and Dr. Seuss. Some of Jeff’s mediums consist of digital / graphic design, painting, drawing, clothing, photography, silk screen, lino print, stained glass, ceramics and videography.

Some of Jeff’s notable works include creating and art directing the album cover art for French Montana’s hit singles “Shot Caller,” “Shot Caller Remix” and “Everything’s A Go.” His most recent highly successful pieces, “BATTLE IN BROOKLYN,” “I SIT WITH KAEPERNICK” and “ALL FUN AND GAMES” have continued to catapult his name toward being one of the more creative and smart-assed artists in the world.



Flagship Recipe.

Island to Island Brewery’s flagship cider is the “Yuh Crazy”, a Cider/Beer mashup made with 50% New York grown apples, 50% New York water and the West Indian fruit sorrel.”Yuh Crazy” is brewed with three hop additions of calypso and mosaic hops. It is also dry hopped during fermentation. Unlike traditional ciders, the “Yuh Crazy” is a hoppy west indian red ale, our Caribbean take on the American IPA. “Yuh Crazy” is our W.I.R.A (West Indian Red Ale).

New ciders on tap.

Island to Island Brewery’s cider releases are all seasonal or inspired by caribbean produce.
Our brewmasters use the finest New York State grown apples. Ciders are crafted from both single & mixed variety apples when in season. Apples are sourced from local farms we visit for our annual apple picking.

What is Cider?

Cider refers to a fermented beverage crafted from the juice of apples. Yeast consume the sugars from apples as the main sugar source for alcohol production. Ciders ferment between 1.5% alcohol by volume to 9% sometimes more. Average ciders we brew end between 3.3% ABV – 7% ABV. Ciders are light gluten free brews that are not hopped like beers are and are typically sweeter than beer. Learn more about ciders.

Sign up to be a part of our community to learn when new releases are scheduled and be the first to grab a growler before our taps kick. Growlers are free and may be reused. Sorry flasks can not be reused.

National Beer Day 2017

BK Reader, April 7th 2017: Are you over it already? I mean, the whole wacky presidential situation has become a frickin’ pain in the Putin.
I’ve taken many measures in the last few weeks, to un-enslave myself to the 24-hour news cycle dominated by one bumbling man and his creepy band of inept minions. It’s not easy, because the dude is everywhere. But this weekend event guide is your stay-caytion from the Trump onslaught. As a Farm Brewery, these guys (Island to Island Brewery) are probably gonna give you something surprising when it comes to their beer offering for National Beer Day. —Richards Burroughs

“Buy a Flight, get a Pint!”—Island to Island Brewmasters

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Time Out New York

Time Out New York, April 5, 2017: Our fair city has always been known as a cultural melting pot, and that sentiment has never been truer than it is today. New York City boasts some of the most diverse communities worldwide —Lisa Brown

Island to Island Brewery started as a juice-and-kombucha label called House of Juice, and then the brick-and-mortar, beer-focused location that would become Island to Island came in to existence to complete its founder’s  “Seed to Spirit” vision.—Suzanne Cope

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Spring 2017: First Weekend Event Guide

March 24, 2017:It’a going to be decent weather to hit the Brooklyn streets this weekend, but you might wanna bring your umbrella just in case. Also, feel free to put these into your itinerary this weekend, and enjoy yourself until Monday storms back into your life.

Island To Island Brewery Grand Opening, 642 Rogers Avenue, Saturday, 6pm-midnight (Flatbush). Festivities include Live Music by featured house band Shorelift and Friends, Live mixing by DJ Stan The Man and Drink Flights of house special brews, ferments and cold-pressed concoctions.

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