Black Forest Brewing Haus Craft Beer

Stop By for a Pint at the Best Craft Brewery in Nassau & Suffolk County

Black Forest Brew Haus offers not only great food but also an outstanding craft beer selection. We want to be your destination for great beer and delicious food, enjoyed with friends and family.  Whether you are looking for a Sunday brunch spot, happy hour location, venue for your corporate event, or a great place to celebrate Oktoberfest, Black Forest Brew Haus is ready to ensure you always have a great time! If you are in the Nassau County or Suffolk County area, Black Forest Brew Haus is your Long Island craft beer destination.

Check out our current list of excellent craft beers below and visit us today!

Pilsner $6

Our interpretation of the world’s most popular beer style. Light body and color with a pronounced hop bitterness and flavor     provided by German and Czech hops.  This beer pairs well with a variety of food from salmon to the Plowman’s Platter

 

Amber $6

Our traditional German Marzen is a medium-bodied amber lager with light caramel and toasted notes balanced by German hops.  The flavor profile of this beer compliments our schnitzel dishes but is also a perfect to a burger of Brewben

 

Hefe-Weizen $7

Directly translated this beer means "yeast wheat". It gets this name from the fact that it must be made with at least 50% wheat malt and its appearance in the glass, which is meant to be cloudy. Wheat malt provides the soft malt character while the yeast is  responsible for the flavors ranging from banana to clove with just enough hops to restrain sweetness. Great for salads or chicken dishes

 


 


 

 



 






Dry Hopped Pale Ale $7

American Pale Ale brewed with German malts and traditional German and Bavarian hops. Dry hopping during fermentation with Saaz and Mandarina


Dunkelweiss $7

Similar to a Hefeweizen, these southern Germany wheat beers are brewed as darker versions with deliciously complex malts and a low balancing bitterness. Most are brown and murky in color (due to the fact that they are unfiltered) and a bit sweeter than a traditional Hefeweizen