The Fort Greene, Brooklyn facility opened in 2003. All of Heartland’s classic and seasonal ales & lagers are brewed, fermented and conditioned here. Centralized brewing operations has allowed us to maintain rigorous quality control and extend conditioning time to produce the best beer possible before tapping.
Thu5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Fri5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Sat2:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Sun2:00 pm - 10:00 pm
529 Waverly Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238
Conveniently located off the Clinton – Washington Avs Stop on the A or C subway line.
The Brewmaster: Kelly Taylor
Kelly got his start in the brewing industry in 1990 at Karl Strauss Breweries in San Diego, where he worked in the brewery and restaurant through college. In 1994, he designed and built the 7BBL Eagle Brewing Company in his hometown of Mukilteo WA, and brewed for the 15BBL Glacier Peak Brewing Co. Flying Pig Brewery in nearby Everett. In 1995 he became Head Brewer and General Manager at Whidbey Island Brewing Company of Langley, WA, overseeing brewery production and expansion to Seattle and North County markets. In 1996 Kelly left Whidbey Island to work with Pyramid Breweries in their Special Events/Marketing department, and was on the training staff that opened the Pyramid facility in Berkeley, CA later that year. In 1998, Kelly moved to New York, where he eventually became Head Brewer at the Heartland Brewery pub chain. In 2002 he designed, built, and brewed at the Heartland facility in Brooklyn, where he oversees a yearly production of 20,000 kegs of beer. Kelly launched his own brand, KelSo Beer in 2006. He currently oversees production for the entire Heartland Brewery group, and runs KelSo Beer Co out of our Brewery.
we ate there today, and the food was really good, tasty. great service, we had sweet potato fries. the buffalo style burger. calamari, all of it and the beer was very good. nice atmosphere, not too over crowded. my favourite place so far in 3 days of our NYC holiday
I had a dish with roasted salmon that was absolutely delicious ! We were exhausted after walking up Broadway at going up the Empire State Building: this place was in a great location to just stop there and eat.
There was a lot of people there when we arrived but we were seated immediately. Every one of our order came very quickly and the drinks were very good.
The only downside: a lot of music to cover up the sound of the conversations but that only added more noise...