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Bed-Stuy »

The beer distributor on the corner of Willoughby Avenue and Walworth Street will close on Jan. 5.

New Brighton »

The bar was ranked the second best for selection and ninth for rarity of its beers, a report says.

Upper West Side »

Bars in the neighborhood ranked among the top 10 in NYC for beer options, a study showed.

Chelsea »

Following community upheaval, the trust decided not to pursue plans for a beer garden at the quiet pier.

Yorkville »

Yorkville had a hopping brewing industry in the late 1800s.

Claremont »

Chelsea Craft Brewing Company plans to start making beer at its new location in The Bronx next week.

Tompkinsville »

Flagship Brewing Company is running a month-long food drive for a local food pantry.

Long Island City »

The run will loop the neighborhood, stopping at four local breweries where runners can sample beers.

Bed-Stuy »

The drinks will flow starting at noon for the annual block party on Oct. 17.

Greenpoint »

Orr Shtuhl, who teaches beer classes at places like Bedford Cheese Shop, will lead the tour.

Yorkville »

The tasting rooms are expected to open at 321 E. 75th St. and 1705 First Ave.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Fro-Yo is out, caviar is in; Queens Boulevard gets its own brew; Gentrification and Windsor Terrace.

Ridgewood »

The new brew's tag line will be "10 Lanes of Hops."

Midtown East »

The Starbucks at Third Avenue and 53rd Street is hoping to get a license to serve beer and wine.