The NYC Good Beer Passport

Get one beer at 48 bars, breweries, and beer shops from July 1 through September 1, 2014.

How it Works

  1. Buy a ticket for the location where you would like to pick up your passport.
  2. Pick up your passport at the location you chose any day from July 1st through August 1st, 2014.
  3. Bring your passport to each of the 30+ participating locations any day from July 1st through September 1st, 2014 and choose one full pour draft beer from a NYC Brewery (where available) or one (1) flight of four (4) 4 oz draft samples (where available) at each location.
  4. Please remember to tip your bartenders as gratuity is not included.

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BeerMenus and Burger Conquest are working together with the Good Beer Seal to present "The NYC Good Beer Passport" in support of July Good Beer Month.

By purchasing a passport you'll get one full craft beer or a flight of craft beers (where flights are offered) at every location participating. You can use them any day, any time from July 1st through September 1st, 2014. While you're out enjoying the passport, remember to drink local and try beers from the New York breweries!

Your purchase of the The NYC Good Beer Passport, on behalf of the NYC Brewers Guild, will in part go to benefit the Food Bank for New York City, as well as the Heritage Radio Network, home to Beer Sessions Radio.

When purchasing a NYC Good Beer Passport, choose the location where you would like to pick up your passport. Passports are available for pick up from July 1st through August 1st, 2014.


Fine Print


Bars, breweries, beer shops and restaurants interested in participating in the passport, please reach out to Rev Ciancio before June 20th at therev@yeahmanagement.com


About BeerMenus

BeerMenus was founded to help craft beer lovers find great beer nearby. You can search for your favorite beer to find it near you, or browse places nearby to see what they’re serving.

About Burger Conquest

Burger Conquest is a blog written by sales marketing strategist, David “Rev” Ciancio about Hamburgers, travel and marketing. Rev has written about more than 600 Burgers, been featured on numerous different TV shows and named an “Expert Burger Taster” by The Learning Channel. Burger Conquest is also the home to The Burger Week an annual delicious celebration of all things Burger in New York as well as South Florida.

About Heritage Radio Network

There is no network like the HeritageRadioNetwork.org. No one brings together food and culture content like we do. Support HeritageRadioNetwork.org and you support the most progressive voice for food and culture radio in America. HeritageRadioNetwork.org is committed to archiving, protecting, and advancing our country's rich food culture through programs that give voice to America's leading food professionals, farmers, policy experts, artists, and tastemakers.

The marriage between radio and Internet allows us to transmit our message like never before. The Internet gives our followers the choice of when, how, and where they listen. We have over one million listens a month and reach over 200 countries around the globe. Our social media outlets and podcasts keep our tech savvy listeners engaged, while the easy-to-use website is accessible to all. All of our shows are entered into a permanent archive creating a database of discussions on food and culture. Our archives provide an enduring record of national culture in its most basic form, food. HeritageRadioNetwork.org is a 501c3 non-profit organization that relies on the support of listeners like you!

About the Good Beer Seal

The Good Beer Seal endeavors to separate the wheat from the chaff by identifying bars that serve quality craft beer and demonstrate a commitment to the community in which they do business. A Good Beer Seal Bar is independently owned and operated and has a unique sense of place; making it more than just another watering hole. A Good Beer Seal Bar is destination-worthy. In addition to offering at least 80% craft domestic/special imported beers, a Good Beer Seal Bar engages its staff and guests in educational offerings regarding the history and originality of the beers it serves. A bar that earns a Good Beer Seal will be active in its local and global community through responsible stewardship and charitable actions. If The Good Beer Seal is on the door, good business practices, good atmosphere, and good beer is inside.