Monday, September 19, 2022

Good Beer has closed

As a follow-up to last Monday's post... Good Beer has closed at 422 E. Ninth St., wrapping up nearly 12 years between Avenue A and First Avenue. 

As Chris O'Leary wrote in his Brew New York newsletter
The shop-and-bar was a craft beer pioneer when it opened, and was the first beer-focused bottle shop with on-premise drinking in Manhattan, paving the way for others throughout the borough that continue to operate to this day.
Photo by Steven 

6 comments:

The 9th Street A-1 Block Association said...

Many of us on the block (and in the 'hood) will miss Good Beer. David ran a great business, and was an excellent neighbor.

Anonymous said...

Tough loss for the hood. Great business and nice people.

Anonymous said...

Loved David’s place. Our go to for beer.

Anonymous said...

Sad. They seemed respectful to their neighborhood with multiple signs telling patrons to keep noise down if they were sitting outside. A good selection of beer that you don’t always find or easily accessibly. More of these places and less smoke shops and trashy bars.

MrNiceGuy said...

I'm going to pour one out for Good Beer tonight. We miss you already, please find a way to come back!

(Note: I'll be pouring out a Bud Light as I'd never waste an actual Good Beer... it would be an affront to the folks that worked in the shop)

Anonymous said...

Will be sorely missed; what a great part of the neighborhood.