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Our Brooklyn HQ/Roastery in Red Hook is steeped in history. From George Washington’s Fort Defiance to its shipyards, cobblestone streets, rail lines still visible in the street, and amazing waterfront views, including the Statue of liberty, we are proud to be part of its rich and diverse history of Red Hook.
The Beard and Robinson Stores – 133 Beard St. aka 421-499 Van Brunt St., Brooklyn NY 11231 (GMAP) The Beard and Robinson Stores were built by Jeremiah P. Robinson and William Beard in the 1860’s and 70’s and were eventually founded in 1872 during a surge in dockside warehousing after the Civil War. Beard and Robinson Stores were part of a complex of grain terminals, warehouses, wharfs and shipyards constructed by Beard to accommodate goods and materials bound for New York Harbor Today, The Beard and Robinson Stores retain much of its historic character, with 250 restored arched iron shutters and the retention of the original beams and massive supporting timbers. Coffee and cocoa beans can still be found in the cracks of the original floorboards. Modern day tenants include Nobletree Coffee and NY Water Taxi