We’ve had a lot of great beer-filled Saturdays before, but few Saturdays have both a beer festival and a celebration of our little site. On Saturday, September 27th, Brooklyn Pour returns to Skylight One Hanson for an afternoon session of one of the city’s longest-running craft beer festivals. Later that day, we here at Brew York celebrate this site’s fifth anniversary with a little shindig at One Mile House (10 Delancey St., at Bowery, Lower East Side).
You don’t need tickets to come to our party, but you will need to buy some for Brooklyn Pour - unless you win them from us. We’re giving away a pair of General Admission tickets to the festival, and all you have to do is enter for a chance to win.
If you read this blog you probably enjoy drinking the occasional beer or two. Now what if I told you that you could be drinking beer while making the world a better place? Well that’s exactly what …
I’ll be going to this event (and writing about it for my blog lowereastcraft.com) and you should all go to! It’s going to be a great Night of fine craft beer, music from Biz Markie and all the proceeds go to the Humane Society. Help out some cute beasties while getting your drink on. It’s a win-win-win-win.
Aziz Ansari (via hellagaby)
Authors love to use mixtapes as plot devices, but as Slate’s Dee Lockett points out, they rarely share the actual tracklists. (“Even Nick Hornby’s High Fidelity, in which the main character is obsessed with mixtapes, doesn’t reveal a full tracklist.”)
So Lockett compiled Spotify playlists for those rare books (and movies) that practice full mixtape transparency. (There’s even a playlist for the Eleanor & Park mixtape that’s all Joy Division’s “Love Will Tear Us Apart” on loop.) Get your headphones out and enjoy.
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