Mikkeller Brewing NYC

New York, USA

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Citi Field
between the Bullpen
& Right Field Gates
on 126th Street, at 38th Avenue
123-01 Roosevelt Avenue
Flushing, Queens, NY, 11368
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718-766-2717
info@mikkellernyc.com

Map
WED—THU: 16:00—22:00
FRI—SAT: 12.00—24:00
SUN: 12.00—22:00
Website

MKNYC is a 10,000-square-foot brewery, bar and dining space at Citi Field in Flushing, Queens. This is the first U.S. Mikkeller location outside of California and the 32nd worldwide. 

At the heart of the brewery are 60 rotating taps pouring Mikkeller NYC, Mikkeller SD, Mikkeller Denmark and select friends’ brews that can be enjoyed at the bar or in the 120-seat communal dining area, where eats courtesy of Pat LaFrieda Meat Purveyors, Great Northern Food Hall’s Claus Meyer, Whitman’s and Queens’ own Unidentified Flying Chickens are served along with Henry Hops IPA, Say Hey Sally pilsner (two of Mikkeller’s “ballpark beers”), other new recipes brewed on site and a variety of guest beers. 

Cans, bottles and merchandise, all designed by Mikkeller art director Keith Shore, are also available to take home from an onsite shop along with varieties from MKNYC’s friends at other select breweries. Shore’s bold, colorful artwork, sought after by Mikkeller fans and design aficionados alike, also takes the form of a tremendous window mural depicting baserunner Henry Hops sliding towards home, with catcher Say Hey Sally defending the plate. 

Visible from the dining space is a vast beer production area open to public tours, where a 20-barrel brewhouse, several vertically stacked 20-barrel fermenters and a canning line allow Mikkeller to provide fresh and varied brews on a weekly basis. 

MKNYC is Mikkeller’s first location connected to a professional sports venue anywhere and is open to the public year round; a space that is equal parts game day hub, beer-obsessive destination and neighborhood watering hole. 

Photography by Alex Staniloff