Market (1211 Cortelyou Road between Westminster and Argyle Roads) is making a transition this week from general provisions stockist to craft beer specialty destination.
“We will keep a small selection of cheese and meat, as well as our coffee, and some beer-related snacks,” the Market staff says. “However, we regret to announce that gone forever will be the hummus, baba ganoush, tomato sauce, punchim, and all the other homemade goods, as well as our specialty breads, pastas, condiments, oils, jams, and so on.
“We’ll miss these items as much as our loyal customers will. Nevertheless, we’re excited to be a haven for craft beer lovers in Ditmas Park, providing a wider selection of artisanal suds, growlers, a couple of kegs, and weekly tastings.”
Market’s staff is excited to share the sour/salty/”strange-yet-delicious” Westbrook Gose, the “great citrusy wheat beer” Bells Oberon, and other hard to find brews with the neighborhood. They thank customers for their ongoing support, and look forward to discussing with patrons everything from “if watermelon beer tastes like alcoholic Jolly Ranchers” to the best bottle to pair with dinner.
They will remain open during the transition, but will adopt new store hours: 12-9pm Monday through Thursday, 12-10pm on Fridays, 11am-10pm on Saturdays, and 11am-9pm on Sundays.