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Active Beers: 7
Beer Ratings: 56
Beer Avg: 3.67
Taps: - / Bottles: -
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: Y
$$$$ - very expensive
[ Brewery, Bar ]
19-33 37th St
phone: (718) 606-0788
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4 | service: 3.75 | selection: 4.25 | $$$
Came here on a Saturday in the afternoon. The vibe here is clearly a working brewery that blends its craft offerings with the Rock & Roll of the Golden Age. They have live music and a projector to play video of concerts when not cranking tunes.
Atmosphere is a relaxed crowd of folks enjoying a flight or pint. I'm sure in the evening it is a much different crowd.
Six taps of their offerings. All the glassware is cleaned right there, and a chalkboard explains the beer styles.
Service is decent. You need to order everything at the bar, but they are fiarly efficient.
There is a good mix of offerigns with a leaning to lagers. No issue there; the wrold needs more lagers.
Food is available and looked tasty.
My english pint was only $5 but as others mentioned the pricing for growlers borders on insanty. I don't get that price point at all. $20+ for a fill and $10 if you buy the growler...
Glad to see a brewery in Queens. These folks seem cool.
04-06-2013 21:56:18 |
More by socon67
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | $$$
SingleCut is a new brewery in Queens with a tasting room in the front. Currently open only for limited hours Th - Sun. A limited food menu is to debut this week.
I am a big fan of the working brewery that opens its doors to the public without expending a lot of money and effort on decor - we are here for your delicious products, fresh from the source. Judged by those standards SingleCut is a winner. When visiting yesterday there were four beers available (the list is constantly changing): the 19-33 Queens Lagrrr (sic), a very dry pilsener style that would be much enjoyed on a hot summer day; the Pacific NW Mahogany Ale, a hop forward amber ale reminiscent of Deschutes Mirror Pond; the More Cowbell Milk Stout, a black, roasty, creamy stout; and my favorite the Full Stack IIPA, a strong, aromatic, super hoppy double ipa.
The beers are available as a sampler, five 5 oz. tastes for $10, and by the pint (not sure of that price). The double ipa was $8 for what looked like a 12 oz. pour. As has been mentioned by earlier reviewers theses prices are typical of a NYC craft-beer bar but are out of line for a tasting room or brewpub. The growler prices are also steep, both for the beer and the empty bottles. By all means bring your own. One other factor in deciding whether this is worth the visit is getting there. From the last stop on the N train it is a brisk 15 minute walk. Not the most fun in the winter. So, you've really got to get motivated to visit this place. Or, you can try their beers at a growing number of bars in the city.
02-19-2013 12:18:42 |
More by hoponit
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | $$$$
Stopped by this relatively new brewery on a trip to NYC. Cool place, a few big tables to sit down and imbibe. Cool area on second level for live music. Bar area is open and extends into the actual brewery. Dim lighting, cool atmosphere, good service. The beer is above average, but it's so expensive (32oz growler fill of the DIPA is $13). Bring a growler since buying a growler there is outrageous. $10 flights are offered. Overall its a good place, but the prices make it more of a place to have "A" beer and then take off unless you are a heavy spender. If this place had more reasonable prices it would be a real winner.
02-11-2013 03:29:59 |
More by ejh06752
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 3.75 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.75 | $$$$
Place is very well done. Community tables provide a nice place to drink. Small bar with attentive service. Double stack DIPA was very good.
Prices are out of control for a brewery. $26 for a 64 ounce growler is very excessive, that is just the beer itself. Also, $20 just for the growler bottle is obscene. 13oz pours of DIPA for $8 is expensive, that would be okay for a bar, but not when the beer is straight from the source.
Good luck to these guys, the place was packed on a Saturday afternoon. But once the novelty wears off those prices are going to be a problem.
02-03-2013 18:11:44 |
More by jrnyc
SingleCut Beersmiths in Astoria (Queens), NY