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Cobble Hill, Brooklyn neighborhood gem 61 Local opened its doors in 2011 and has been serving up stellar craft beer (as well as really great coffee, wine, and fresh bites — all with a focus on local) ever since.
Operations Manager Jared Greenfield sat down with us to share his current favorite brew.
What beer have you really enjoyed recently?
“I’m always looking for the perfect pale ale. Something well hopped, but not too hoppy. With a strong malt backbone, but not overly sweet. Dry, crisp, and refreshing. And beautiful in the glass. And easy to drink. The perfect pint still eludes me, but Barrier’s Greenroom comes pretty close. It’s just a great, unassuming, solid beer. Not trying to blow you away, not trying to be crazy or extreme. It’s just trying to make you happy and quench your thirst.”
What made it great?
“It’s hard to separate my love for the beer and my love for Barrier and the guys making the beer, but I think that’s kind of the point. The amount of good beer available these days is staggering, and it’s wonderful. But it’s also hard to keep all that beer in my head without something extra, without knowing the story behind it. The fact that Barrier is committed to staying small, to creativity and silliness, that when they deliver they hang around and ask how the beer’s doing, that I’ve been out to see their space – that’s all tangled up in the pint glass.”
If you could recommend a beer to a non-beer drinking friend, what would it be?
“Sour beer! And there are a lot of good ones coming out of Northeast breweries these days, each with its own particular flare: SingleCut makes one with hibiscus, Carton makes a mulberry sour, Finback does one with grapefruit, KelSo a just slightly sour Gose with rhubarb, and then Peekskill has its Simple Sour, just a wonderful, easy drinker. Even though they’re unconventional, I think sour beers work with people who don’t identify themselves as beer drinkers because they catch people by surprise – they’re very unlike beer as people usually think about it. In general sour beers aren’t that hoppy, and they don’t often have those more-intense yeast flavors that tend to drive people away. And during this time of year they’re so damn refreshing it’s hard not to have one. Or two.”