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Congratulations to new round of Brooklyn-Made Certified products, approved on January 29, 2018. Fine & Raw Chocolate, The Noble Experiment, Pecoraro Cheese , Daniell Hudson, Moto Spirits Distillary , Lineup Brewing, Poursteady, Meraki NYC, Armada New York, Ming's Monsters, Katherine Forst Mosaics, Five Boroughs Brewing Co., AUZ Design Studio, Richard Clarkson Studio, Randolph Beer DUMBO, OneDTQ, Sam's Granola, Lowercase, Luke Malaney Furniture, Home Interiors by KBalkarran. Managed by the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, Brooklyn-Made is a certification program for locally-made goods. The certification is a market-driven, geographically-focused certification assessing and validating products manufactured in Brooklyn, NY.

Five Boroughs Brewing Company

The Five Boroughs Brewing Co. team makes all of its beer in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. We converge from different parts of the five boroughs to brew craft beer that brings New York City together. We make craft beer for the hidden trails of the Bronx and sprawling Manhattan avenues. For lounging in backyards on Staten Island and fire escapes in Brooklyn. For cutting out early in Queens—and staying out late everywhere.

Ming's Monsters

SHAPE: The monsters are hand-shaped, usually on the wheel, and then altered. Flat trays start off as rings; others get tossed sideways on a slab until the surface cracks. Bowls are hung upside down, surfaces are raked, carved, pinched… Ming’s fingermarks can be found on every monster. Each one is created individually and entirely by hand until her own personality appears. FIRE: The spirit of each monster appears in the kiln. Ming fires most of his work in wood kilns, which require constant feeding. The flames and smoke and ash all work together to paint the pots with color and texture. This is where the monsters become themselves, and begin to glow. (For more on wood kiln firing, read on below!) NAME: Every monster gets one. Look for yours.


CounterEvolution began when Jim Malone, a life-long musician and songwriter who was at the time producing cartoons for children's television, needed to make a change. (His career in animation was launched when he became the original voice director of the English-language version of the original Pokemon series.) Having recently designed and built a log home in Catskill, New York, he came across a seven-foot slab of reclaimed bowling lane and built a counter for his New York apartment. He was immediately inspired by the beauty and character of the old Heart Pine and began experimenting with furniture designs. Soon, he had several prototypes for what would become staples of the Industrial Green and Modern Rustic lines. CounterEvolution's pieces are still made of old wood and steel rescued from closed bowling lanes and other buildings and structures before they're torn down, but that's only part of the story.

DeVore Fidelity Ltd.

High End speakers for music lovers, hand-built in Brooklyn New York.

Banner photo credit: Michal Zieba