Celeste Beatty talks Harlem beer, being the first, the COVID Crisis and more with host Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Show.
Women.nyc, the pioneering initiative to keep New York the greatest city in the world for women, today announced the formation of its advisory board including Celeste Beatty, Harlem Brewing Company to continue propelling the city forward in the fight for gender equity.
Business owner Celeste Beatty of Harlem Brewing Company was honored as one of the most powerful women in Queens business gathered in Flushing on Thursday night to meet, greet, celebrate and network.
Join National Black MBA Association Inc. and Harlem Business Alliance on Monday night for an evening of beer tasting, along with a conversation with Harlem Brewmaster Celeste Beatty!
It doesn’t usually take long to realize there are a few small but important additions that would make a world of difference., and each month we try a find curated things that might help you out along the way.
The organizer of Bushwick’s ill-fated pizza festival has been forced out from a limited role in Harlem’s inaugural beer festival.
Harlem has along long history of serving beer, with the Harlem beer halls of the 1890’s and Sugar Hill beer with Celeste Beatty today. Now, the nutrition revolution is coming to beer, sort of. It may not be any better for your diet but at least you’ll know why in more detail.
On the evening of Wednesday, May 25, 2016, Melba’s Restaurant in Harlem will host an evening of hors d’oeuvres and beer in celebration of the Harlem Brewing Company becoming the newest member of the FreshDirect family.
Celeste Beatty is something of a rarity in the craft beer world: she’s a woman, and she’s African-American. There are so few black small-batch brewers that none of the official bodies in this growing, lucrative industry have even thought to collect data on race.
During the 2015 Harlem Celebration of Harlem Week The Harlem Swing Dance Society will examine architecture, dance and nightlife of Harlem: Past, present and future.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor for Economic Development Robert K. Steel and New York City Economic Development Corporation NYCEDC President Seth W. Pinsky today announced the selection of developers to rehabilitate the former Taystee Bakery Complex and the Corn Exchange Building, both located along the 125th Street commercial corridor in Harlem.
A Harlem brewery will go head-to-head with beer makers from Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx in a competition to determine the city’s best craft brewery, according to organizers of the contest.
This fall, Ailey announces exciting highlights and achievements: a new wing will allow for more classes for students of The Ailey School and Ailey Extension at New York’s largest building dedicated to dance.
On Sunday, March 13th, 2016 photographer of all things Harlem Seitu Oronde was at the Harlem Hospital’s Women’s History Month event documenting the event in Harlem, New York.