Get craft beer delivered via cargo bike from Bed-Stuy Beer Works
Embrace your lazy side and have beer brought straight to your pad from the Bed-Stuy craft-beer emporium
Thu May 15 2014
Photograph: Courtesy Full Lane Logistics Cooperative
First condoms, now beer—yep, you can now get craft brews delivered straight to your door via cargo bike from Brooklyn shop Bed-Stuy Beer Works. The new service is the result of a collaboration with cooperative Full Lane Logistics, and we couldn't be happier about it. Lazy hops-heads can select same- or next-day delivery from the Bed-Stuy retailer's top-notch, regularly updated selection.
Check out the current list here; options range from beer-geek faves like Amager Bryghus Wrath to trusty go-tos such as San Francisco's Anchor Steam. You can order mix-and-match six-packs, cases and growlers. Having a party? Order a keg or half-keg, and skip the miserable travails of having to roll heavy tubs of beer to your abode.
Bed-Stuy Beer Works (409 Willoughby Ave at Walworth St, Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn; 718-797-1465) is open Monday to Thursday (3–9pm), Friday (noon–9pm), Saturday (noon–10pm) and Sunday (noon–8pm), but note that there's a 6pm cutoff for same-day delivery (8:30pm to get your booze the next day).
The bike delivery zone is from Fulton St (south) to Flushing Ave & Broadway (north), and Vanderbilt Ave (west) to Malcolm X Blvd (east). If you love more than a couple blocks from the zone, delivery is still available for a $10 surcharge (East/South Williamsburg, Bushwick, Crown Heights, Prospect Heights, Clinton Hill and Fort Greene can be accommodated). Any order over $40 is eligible for delivery; fees are below. Cheers!
- Two cases of beer: $10 (+$5 for every additional case, up to eight cases)
- Six-packs, growlers, large bottles, etc.: $10 (flat fee)
- Quarter-keg: $15
- Half-keg: $30 (+$10 for empty-keg pickup)
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