Literally. (Alternate title: If the craft beer won’t come to Muhammad…)
Harlem Hops, which self-identifies as a purveyor of “beer, booze, bites, and beats,” has announced it is making its beer and bites available to those living within a 20-block radius of its location at 2268 Adam Clayton Powell Junior Boulevard during the coronavirus shutdown.
The booze and bites are available for pickup, or you can arrange home delivery courtesy of partner and beer curator Kevin Bradford. Orders can be phoned in at 646-998-3444.
Among the drinkable options are “crowlers” (a cross between a can and a growler) of Brix City Curtain Call DIPA, a New England-style double IPA brewed with oats and double dry-hopped with Galaxy, Waimea and Rakau. A $32-ounce crowler will set you back $25.
The food menu options feature a sausage made with double-smoked brisket burnt ends, offered up served a side of kettle chips ($12), and “crab spicy pie” — crabmeat, chipotle, and habanero chilis in a tortilla-wrapped pie, served with a side of plantain chips ($10).
The full menu of beers and bites can be found here.