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Taste Craft Beers From Around the World at Queens Botanical Garden Fest

More than two dozen breweries are participating in the Botanical Brew Fest this Saturday.

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Get Out and Do This: Smorgasburg and a Talk by Malcolm Gladwell

The week's most interesting events are here for you in one handy guide.

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Get Out and Do This: Girls With Pints, Pearl Earrings and in Fairy Tales

Sit back and relax — DNAinfo New York has your week's activities figured out.

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Inaugural Brooklyn Comedy Festival Honors Borough's Growing Scene

The festival's founder, Chris Nester, was inspired by Brooklyn's vibrant comedy culture.

Central Harlem »

Get Out and Do This: Party After Work or Brunch in a Brewery

Update your calendar: We've selected a week's worth of unique New York City activities.

Fort Greene »

Brooklyn Brewery's 'Ghost Bottles' Emerge From the Dead at BAM Music Fest

The public has a chance to taste Brooklyn Brewery's experimental beers at Crossing Bklyn Ferry.

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War Reporter-Turned-Brewery Owner Hosts Series About Covering Conflict

Stephen Hindy, owner of Brooklyn Brewery, will host war reporters including Sebastian Junger.

Brooklyn Heights »

Beer Lovers and Historians Recall the Reign of NYC Breweries

The Brooklyn Historical Society hosts a talk with beer historians during NYC Beer Week.

Long Island City »

Hunters Point Supermarket to Sell Draft Beer

Starting this week, Food Cellar will be selling suds from tap.

Williamsburg »

North Brooklyn Businesses Join to Aid Sandy's Hard Hit Areas

From Brooklyn With Love is a new collective of businesses supporting Sandy relief.

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Brooklyn's Only Brewery-Restaurant Heads to Williamsburg Waterfront

Edward Raven, owner of Brouwerij Lane beer shop, is opening a 6,000-square-foot brewery-restaurant.

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Where to Find Authentic Oktoberfest Celebrations in Brooklyn

DNAinfo.com New York has Oktoberfest parties in the borough covered.

Williamsburg »

City's Top Chefs Use Food to Protest Hydrofracking

The city's top chefs are cooking with ingredients from the Marcellus region of New York.

Williamsburg »

Brooklyn Brewery to Host Party Pushing for Law to End State Beer Tax

The new NYC Brewers Guild will argue for a new tax incentive bill at their party Tuesday night.

Williamsburg »

Pain at the Beer Pump Predicted as Tax Ruling Hurts New York Breweries

Beer prices are already on the rise after a state court ruled a tax exemption was unconstitutional.

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