As you might know, we don't tailgate on outing days that land during the week. Most of our crew shoots over from work, and rushing to set up, grill, and clean up before the 7:10pm first pitch isn't too conducive to a good time.
So, I'm proud to announce that we've worked out a great deal with Mikkeller Brewing NYC for May 15th! All you need to do is show the bartender or hawker the T7L logo on your apparel, and you'll be charged the special rate.
For speedy service, we recommend going to the mobile draft station to the left of the bar area. All canned specials will only be available from MKNYC’s mobile hawkers.
If you're unfamiliar with Mikkeller NYC, last season at the ballpark, two of their beers, "Say Hey Sally" and "Henry Hops," debuted as cans. This year, they have a full blown brewery on location on 126th street. Can't get more local than that. Beer brewed for Mets fans just feet from the field.
They'll open the doors at 4:00 PM, and the specials will run all night until closing time after the game. Mikkeller NYC is located just next to the right field entrance on 126th street.
Henry Hustle, a 5% American Pale Ale as well as, Willets Wit, a 4.8% Belgian-style wheat beer are available for $6 ($7 per beer normally).
As far as 16oz cans go, MKNYC’s Oceans of Patience Kolsch-style beer, is priced at $6 (normally $7.50). The two available collaborations with David Lynch and Twin Peaks are also available at a reduced rate. Log Lady Lager, a 4.5% German-style Pilsner is priced at $4.50 (normally $6) and Damn Good Coffee Stout, a 7.7% Stout w/coffee is $4.50 (normally $7).
No, this deal isn't exclusive just to the fans that are sitting with us that day. If you rock T7L, you'll also get the discount. No game ticket required, and more the merrier.
If you haven't been yet, you're missing out. Super chill atmosphere, 60 different beers on tap, lots of TVs, canned beer galore, picnic table style seating. And not to mention some delicious food options.
Make plans now to join us on May 15th before we head in for the game against the Blue Jays. Welcome to the neighborhood, Mikkeller!