If you like us you love Brokelyn , our sister publication focused on “living big on small change” in the borough of Brooklyn, chances are you you’ve heard of their excellent Brooklyn Beer Book. It is a guide to craft beer places in Brooklyn, which provides you with more than 30 beers for the price of $30.
Naturally, Queens has also abundant selection of beers, and so Brokelyn also publishes a Queens Beer Book. The publication is currently seeking nominations for your favorite spots to be considered for the second annual edition. Please leave a comment below with your favorite bars you want to see included!
Last year, Brokelyn published the first-ever Queens Beer Book, giving NYC beer drinkers a resource for the best beer bars, breweries and beer-centric eateries in Queens.
From Long Island City to Forest Hills to Ridgewood and a few in between, they covered the craftiest neighborhoods claiming a stake in the New York beer scene: breweries like SingleCut, Finback, Rockaway Brewing Co. and the LIC Beer Project were among the ranks of bold beer makers, alongside excellent beer and grub purveyors like Alewife NYC,Sunswick 35/35 and Station House. (See the full list and bar guide here.)
The 2016 Queens Beer Book is on deck to be published in April, so send your picks in the comments below: which bars should we invite back? Which new bars should we add? Which did we miss last year? Keep an eye out for the soon-to-be released second edition on sale on Brokelyn as well as on QNS.com!
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