Celeste Beatty Harlem Brewing Company Joins Women.nyc Initiative Advisory Board

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. Continue Reading →

Harlem Brewery Competes In Statewide Beer Contest To Become The Best Of The Best

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. Continue Reading →

Join Shake Shack As They Open Their First Food Spot And More On 125th Street In Harlem

Shake Shack, the NYC-based burger chain will open its doors on the corner of West 125th Street and Fifth Avenue on Tuesday, December 18, 2018. Continue Reading →

Event Organizer Forced Out Of Harlem Beer Event

The organizer of Bushwick’s ill-fated pizza festival has been forced out from a limited role in Harlem’s inaugural beer festival. Continue Reading →

Harlem Arts Festival’s 2017 Lynnette Velasco Award Recipient and Honorees

The Harlem Arts Festival (HAF) announced today that actor, former Marine and Harlem fire fighter Hisham Tawfiq, will receive the 2017 Lynnette Velasco Community Impact Award during its 6th anniversary gala on Thursday, March 30 at Riverside Church in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Fresh Direct Celebrates New Family Member Harlem Brewing Company At Melba’s

Celeste Beatty harlem brewingOn 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. Continue Reading →

This Harlem Entrepreneur Got Her Beer On Walmart’s Shelves

Celeste Beatty harlem brewingCeleste 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. Continue Reading →

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