Eat and Drink NYC beer brewed here: Bronx Brewery, KelSo, more By amNY.com staff Updated April 4, 2017 1:41 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Drink local. There are so many beers brewed within the city's borders -- from Bronx Brewery to SingleCut Beersmiths to KelSo. Here are some of our favorites. Bronx Brewery Photo Credit: Bronx Brewery The Bronx Brewery opened in 2011 and has both indoor and outdoor tasting rooms. What they're known for: In addition to year-round and seasonal brews, the brewery is known for it's "b-sides," special beers brewed occasionally. Named after the flip side of a record or tape, one popular b-side is the El Serrano Red IPA, pictured. 856 E. 136th St.,thebronxbrewery.com Gun Hill Brewing Co. Photo Credit: Georgia Kral Gun Hill Brewing Co. in the Bronx opened in 2014 and has a large taproom for guests that's open everyday. What they're known for: Gun Hill sources the hops used to make its rotating lineup of brews from New York farmers. 3227 Laconia Ave., gunhillbrewing.com Queens Brewery Photo Credit: Queens Brewery "We are Queens Brewery, The Melting Barrel." That's how this brewery, which opened in Ridgewood in 2015 (after brewing upstate for over a year) describes itself on its website. What they're known for: QB really represents its borough hard. One of the brews is called Queens Boulevard and their beer is sold at Citi Field. 1539 Covert St., queensbrewery.com Bridge and Tunnel Brewery Photo Credit: Bridge and Tunnel Brewery Bridge and Tunnel Brewery opened shop in Queens in 2012, and its taproom is open Friday through Sunday. What they're known for:Flavor is key at this brewery, which experiments with bold tastes like those found in its Tiger Eyes Hazelnut Brown Ale and the Angry Amel Dunkelweizen, a dark German style beer. 15-35 Decatur St., Queens, bridgeandtunnelbrewery.com Big Alice Brewing Photo Credit: Big Alice Brewing The Long Island City-based Community Supported Brewery (CSB) has been serving up flavorful brews since 2013. Visit the taproom Wednesday through Sunday. What they're known for:Big Alice Brewing's latest 1898 IPA is made with rotating hops. Other beers on tap include its Dry Hopped Sour, a peach gose and a lemongrass Kolsch. 808 43rd Rd., bigalicebrewing.com SingleCut Beersmiths Photo Credit: Anthony Lanzilote Astoria's SingleCut Beersmiths launched in 2012. The brewery gives tours and offers tastings in its taproom five days a week. What they're known for: Typically, beers are made using four different types of hops, but SingleCut uses 10. 19-33 37th St., Astoria, singlecutbeer.com Other Half Brewing Co. Photo Credit: Other Half Brewing Other Half Brewing Co., on the border of Red Hook and Carroll Gardens, began brewing beer in 2014. Stop by the taproom Wednesday - Sunday for a sample. What they're known for: Other Half brews small batch beer and sell growlers of the suds in the taproom. 195 Centre St., otherhalfbrewing.com Coney Island Brewing Co. Photo Credit: Coney Island Brewing Co. The Coney Island Brewing Co. began brewing beer in 2015 and offers tours and tastings. You can also plan a party there. What they're known for: The brewery makes beers called Mermaid Pilsner, Overpass IPA and Coney Island The Plunge, and it also offers a hard root beer. Yeah, they're whimsical, in keeping with their neighbors. 1904 Surf Ave., coneyislandbeer.com KelSo Beer Co. Photo Credit: KelSo This Clinton Hill-based brewery has been brewing in Brooklyn since 2006 and for the curious, the taproom is open Thursday - Sunday. What they're known for: KelSo is committed to green brewing practices. The ingredients they use are raised sustainably and they work hard to minimize waste by doing bulk deliveries and ordering. 529 Waverly Ave., kelsobeer.com Sixpoint Brewery Photo Credit: Sixpoint Sixpoint Brewery has been brewing beer in Red Hook since 2004. What they're known for: Sixpoint's craft brews don't easily fit into your standard beer styles; for example, Sixpoint's very popular Sweet Action beer is both Hefeweizen and pale ale. 40 Van Dyke St., sixpoint.com Interboro Spirits & Ales Photo Credit: Brian Casse Head to the tasting room Thursday through Sunday to try a draft beer or cocktail. What they're known for: The tasting room is the only place to find Interboro's latest exclusive brew, "Stay G-O-L-D," a pale IPA. But it also offers its more prolific suds, including the Bushburg pilsner, City Wide porter and the NYC Super Bad Double IPA. Interboro is also a distillery, with its own gin, Goodwin Hill. 942 Grand St., Brooklyn, interboro.nyc Heartland Brewery Photo Credit: Heartland Brewery Heartland has multiple restaurants across the city where it sells its beer, which has been brewed in Fort Greene since 2003. Interested beer drinkers can also stop by the taproom. What they're known for: Heartland is devoted to American ingredients and styles of beer making. 529 Waverly Ave., heartlandbrewery.com Threes Brewing Photo Credit: Pamela Masters This Gowanus brewery, bar and restaurant opened in 2015. Threes brews primarily to sell on site, but some NYC bars and restaurants also have kegs from the brewery. A restaurant from The Meat Hook butcher shop is also featured at Threes, slinging sandwiches and more. What they're known for: Threes Brewing eschews standard beers and instead makes small batches that venture into creative territory, some with citrus notes in the flavor profile. 333 Douglass St., threesbrewing.com Brooklyn Brewery Photo Credit: Brooklyn Brewery Brooklyn Brewery has been making beer since 1988. While originally brewed in Utica and shipped to NYC, the company opened in Williamsburg in 1996. They are open for tours Monday through Thursday and the tasting room is open Friday through Sunday. What they're known for: The brewery has its staples: lager, pilsner and brown ale, but also brews seasonal beers and "Brewmaster's Reserve" beers, like Red Sumac Wit. 79 N. 11th St., 718-486-7422, brooklynbrewery.com Flagship Brewing Co. Photo Credit: Flagship Brewing Co. This Staten Island brewery's taproom serves up $6 pints and is open Thursday to Sunday. Brewery tours are available on Saturdays for $5. What they're known for:: Flagship offers seasonal brews in German and American styles. Try its Roggenfest -- a German hybrid -- or the Kolsch for a refreshing warm-weather beer. 40 Minthorne St., Staten Island, flagshipbrewery.nyc By amNY.com staff Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Beer is good for you! 10 facts to prove itBeer drinkers live longer. Secrets of SingleCut BeersmithsA few sips in, and all the secrets come out. The city's oldest restaurantsNew restaurants open all the time here, but historic eateries are worth remembering. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.