Mast Brothers Chocolate opens a brew bar at its Brooklyn factory

Filip Wolak
Mast Brothers Chocolate Brew Bar

Revisting chocolate’s history as a bitter sipper, Michael and Rick Mast are brewing cocoa beans into beverages in the small, subway-tiled space where they first started their company in 2007. Inside a renovated 1800s spice factory, the brothers add a soapstone counter for pastries and brewing, and a classroom in the back for chocolate pairing lessons. Baristas scoop and grind globally sourced, house-roasted beans for hot pour-overs and cold brews, including six cacao varietals (Peru, Brazil, Madagascar) to be taken “red”—as opposed to coffee’s “black”—or slightly sweetened with milk and sugar. 105A North 3rd St between Berry St and Wythe Ave, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (718-388-2625, mastbrothers.com)

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Hot brewed chocolate
Dominican Republic, $3.5
Peru, $3.75
Madagascar, $4
Papua New Guinea, $4
Belize, $4.25
Brooklyn Blend, $3.75

Cold brewed chocolate
Origin of the day, market price
Brooklyn blend, $4

Mast Brothers Chocolate Brew BarFilip Wolak

Mast Brothers Chocolate Brew BarFilip Wolak

Mast Brothers Chocolate Brew BarFilip Wolak

Cold brewed chocolate at Mast Brothers Chocolate Brew BarFilip Wolak

Cold brewed chocolate at Mast Brothers Chocolate Brew BarFilip Wolak

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