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    The Best Dive Bars In NYC

    New York City gets more and more upscale every day. In fact, TRUE STORY, last week I saw a pigeon pass up a bagel on the street because it wasn’t a rainbow bagel. But despite our descent into luxury-branded oligartopia where everything you love winds up getting replaced by a SoulCycle, the city...
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    Beer in a shot: Whiskey tastes of Brooklyn brew

    It’s Irish whiskey — from Brooklyn! A new whiskey appearing in Brooklyn bars this week combines the best qualities of a Clinton Hill-brewed beer and a classic Irish whiskey. The new Jameson Caskmates Kelso Pale Ale Edition was a random experiment that started as a whim, says...
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    NYC’S BEST DISTILLERIES AND WINERIES

    Recent law changes have made it increasingly easier for entrepreneurs to open their own distilleries within NYC’s borders, leading to an influx of great locally produced spirits. In addition to a handful of excellent wineries, NYC residents have an opportunity...

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    Grain & Vine with Van Brunt Stillhouse: Free Whiskey!

    Grain & Vine with Van Brunt Stillhouse: Free Whiskey!

    Grain & Vine, Brooklyn, NY Event Description You're invited to come join Grain & Vine Wine and...

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    Things to do in NYC? Visit nyc brewery, winery and distillery tours...

    It's time to raise a glass to the City's homegrown drinking scene. It's no secret New Yorkers have a lot of local pride, and the pros behind these breweries, wineries and distilleries are no exception. For those looking to swig some made-in-NYC libations, read on. These producers...
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    The State Of New York Whiskey Welcomes a New Era

    There was a time not so long ago when the words "New York whiskey" would raise eyebrows, or even elicit laughter. That time was as recent as 2005, when there was nary a commercial producer to be found in the Empire State. My, what a difference a decade makes. Today, the New York whiskey...