If you happened upon today’s New York Times, you saw none other than our head bartender on the front of the food section! What’s the news that’s fit to print? Gose! It’s a great summertime brew and we’re happy to be featured in the Times as a go-to place to find Gose beers. Made from an ancient German style of beer, these somewhat sour, often salty beers pair well with food and are going to be featured for the rest of the summer in both bottles/cans and on draught. Our rotating line-up will include (while supplies last):
The Pineus Gose from Gasthaus & Gosebrauerei Bayerischer Bahnhof (just ask for the “Goose Penis”)
Hitachino Nest’s Anbai Ale from Kiuchi Brewery (careful with this one; unlike most Gose beers, it has a higher ABV of 7.0%)
Freigeist Rhubarb Gose
Off Color’s Troublesome
On Tuesday, August 11th, we’ll be pairing some of these Gose beers with a special family-style dinner (both meat and vegetarian options) from Tito King’s Kitchen at Jimmy’s No. 43 co-hosted with friends from Shelton Brothers (pictured above). You can get tickets to this beer pairing dinner here, and you’ll learn all about this great beer, its origins and how to pair with various dishes.
And stay tuned: We’ll have Summer of Gose T-shirts on sale soon!
We’re going whole hog with an amazing line-up of NY State whiskeys co-hosted by Angel’s Envy and featuring a three-course menu from Tito King’s Kitchen at Jimmy’s No. 43 with a whole “Lechon” roast pig.
Menu will include (subject to change):
First course – an array of appetizers from the new Thai-Filipino influenced menu from Tito King’s Kitchen at Jimmy’s No. 43 paired with Angel’s Envy (exact whiskey TBA)
Second course – A whole “Lechon” roast pig and sides paired with McKenzie’s (exact whiskey TBA)
Third course – Cheese plate paired with Harvest (Hudson Valley) Single Malt scotch-style whisky
Dessert – a specialty whiskey cocktail with Hudson Baby Bourbon
And maybe a few surprise sips along the way!
The Village Voice recently published a great article on the state of New York State whiskeys, and this is your chance to learn all about (or even more about) the nuances of whiskey, including recognizing port finish, the latest trend in artisan spirits, and the history of Angel’s Envy (where DID that name come from?).
We’re revving up for another great summer as July Good Beer Month arrives. For the past seven years, we’ve led the charge to recognize outstanding craft beer establishments, of which Jimmy’s No. 43 is one! We’re bringing in a bevvy of special guests all month long with theme nights and one special dinner (non-beer, but we care about our new whiskey program, too!)
We’re doing our official July Good Beer Month launch alongside Niko Krommydas, whose Craft Beer App now has a Craft Beer Map (we’re on it!). We’ll have copies of it available for sale ($5, plus you’ll get $1 off your first beer), with special beers coming on tap tonight, including:
Finback’s new sour beer: The Loneliness of Distant Space
Threes Brewing’s Just Add Water (a collaboration with Jeff “Chief” O’Neil)
Barrage Brewing’s Yada, Yada, Yada, which might be the brewery’s first appearance in NYC
We expect other beer luminaries to be in the house, including KelSo Brewing’s Kelly Taylor along with others from the NYC Brewers Guild.
Next week we’re having a Spanish craft beer theme week in honor of the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona! We’re joining other great bars around the city with a nice round-up of great Spanish beers. We’ll culminate our festivities on Friday, July 10th, with a Spanish beer and disco night! It’s all leading up to the coolest outdoor cooking event (we’ll be grilling on the East River Manhattan waterfront) of the month, Running with the Beef™! You can find out more about this beef and beer extravaganza – taking place on Saturday, July 11th – here.
On Sunday, July 19th, we’re taking a wee beer break and offering an amazing whiskey dinner with Angel’s Envy: You’ll get three courses, including our amazing whole roast “Lechon” pig dinner with sides, and four whiskeys (with a few surprise samplings likely). Full details about the dinner can be found under our events listings.
Speaking of our main course, the Lechon Roast Pig Dinner is available for your party or large gathering (3 days’ notice required)! Or, if you are looking for a larger event space, we are also launching an outdoor catering collaboration with the new Farm on Kent in Williamsburg. You can book your wedding, reunion or corporate outing with us!
And don’t forget that our new menu from Tito King’s Kitchen at Jimmy’s No. 43 is available all night long (limited late-night). We’re getting great reviews (or catch up on the new kitchen offerings here):