On April 4 Other Half Brewing co-founders Andrew Burman, Matt Monahan and Sam Richardson announced the opening of and start of brewing at Other Half Domino Park, part of an impressive 11 acre development on the South Williamsburg waterfront.
Other Half Domino Park’s five bbl. pilot brewing system enables the team to focus on smaller batch and more experimental beers which is always exciting….
“Domino Park will feature more experimental beverages, small-batch and fruited beers, as well as styles we have not brewed before,” “We’ll be brewing with new hops and yeast strains and are excited to create more on-the-fly beers,” says Sam Richardson. “Our original Brooklyn location will continue to offer canned beers to go and focus on IPAs, sours and stouts.”
Other Half’s new venue anchors the bustling corner of South 1st Street and River Avenue, in a 3,600-square-foot space with 50-feet of waterfront frontage overlooking Manhattan and the East River.
Designed by Space Exploration, the striking taproom and production facility has an outdoor patio, and 20-foot windows that compliment the space with natural light.
“We’re excited to open a second Brooklyn outpost in Williamsburg in such a picturesque location with an outdoor patio,” says Matt Monahan. “Domino Park is an iconic New York landmark and we’re thrilled be part of the neighborhood’s dynamic restaurant and hospitality community.”
“As a Brooklyn-born brand, we’re humbled by the opportunity to open in such an iconic waterfront location like Domino Park,” Monahan added. “Williamsburg is home to incredible local restaurants and artisans and we’re thrilled to be part of such a dynamic and vibrant neighborhood.”
Beers brewed at Other Half Domino Park are available to go from the taproom, via curbside pickup or neighborhood bike delivery. Limited on-site consumption and seasonal patio seating is available in accordance with COVID-19 restrictions.
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Artist rendering courtesy: James Corner Field Operations