One gallon at a time, Coney Island becomes a true “nano” brewery. Fully licensed on June 24, 2011, the brewing system is capable of yielding 1 gallon per batch. That’s the same amount a jug of milk. The tiny production brewery is nestled amidst the magical land of Coney Island in New York. The beers are just as creative and unique as Coney Island itself. Local guest brewers and home brewers are invited to brew some wild, unconventional recipes. Beers like Horny RYEnocerous, Zomerfest, Mexi Kolsch (a take off a Mexican Lager), and Korndog Kolsch (yep, a hotdog flavored beer.)
… the CIBC brewing staff will craft three original beers each week to be bottled and sold at the brewery in collectible Coney Island Brewing Company packaging. All recipes brewed at CIBC are exclusive releases inspired by the local artistic and gastronomical landscape. Recent batches include a Pumpernickel Bagel Porter; a Red, White, and Blueberry Hefeweizen; and a Caramel Apple Ale. Shmaltz Brewing’s Coney Island Craft Lagers® and HE’BREW Beers® are also for sale at the brewery, and a limited amount of beer sampling will be available on premise.
On August 10th, Coney Island hosts the worlds tiniest ribbon cutting ceremony from 5:30-8:30 pm
Below is a pic of the tiny brewing system at Coney Island Brewing Co, featuring Fritz Fernow brewing up Horny RYEnocerous.