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A gypsy has found home in Greenpoint, and fortunately for us, he’s opened his doors to the public. Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø, who operates Evil Twin Brewing without a physical space using breweries in South Carolina, Spain and Norway to make his highly respected, much sought-after beer, has moved to Brooklyn and opened Tørst with Daniel Burns, formerly of Noma and Momofuku.
Burns’s component, an adjoining 26-seat restaurant called Luksus, doesn’t open until May (they’re currently serving cheese and charcuterie boards with house-made Danish rye bread stuffed with flax, sunflower, and berries), so Jarnit-Bjergsø’s list of 21 drafts and more than 200 bottles are the primary focus now. It’s fierce, it’s educational, and it’s the most stellar beer program in all of Brooklyn.
(Photo by Robert Caputo)
You can also read the article in the most recent issue of The L Magazine by picking one up at those little orange boxes on the street.