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2014 was a year of bummer closures in Brooklyn, but leave those negative thoughts in the trash bin because it’s a whole new year. Let’s look forward to the new spots to fill our hearts with warming booze for the year to come. To wit, it’s time for the 2015 Brokelyn Beer Book! Our annual coupon book full of 30 beers at 30 bars for 30 bucks will be on sale soon (sign up for our email list to get first dibs), but first we want to hear from you about your favorite new places in the borough. Which new watering holes are watering your holes best? What saloon is getting your doubloons? What brew pub do you want to give a bro hug?

Let us know in the comments below if you want to see them in the Beer Book! We’ve already got a head start, so to whet your appetite, here’s a partial list of which bars you’ll be seeing in this year’s book (and don’t forget: you can still buy our South Brooklyn and the Rockaways book for 20 percent off, which is a deal you’re literally wasting money by not buying it right now):

Included in the 2015 Beer Book so far are:

Berg’n
Bar Chord
Wheated
Threes Brewing
Alchemy
Covenhoven
Fort Defiance
Adirondack
Abilene
Over the Eight
Dardy Bar
The Saint Catherine
Freddy’s
Splitty
Videology
Lowlands
Buschenshank
Glorietta Baldy
Nighthawk
Hamilton’s
Brooklyn Ice House
The Way Station
Full Circle Bar
Northern Bell
The Gate
Full Circle
Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club
Jackbar
Happyfun Hideaway
The Graham
Hope and Anchor
Sugarburg
Halyards
The Diamond
Matt Torrey’s
4th Down
Classon Social Club
Beer Street
Pickle Shack
Passenger Bar
Reclamation Bar
Montana’s
Dirck the Norseman/Greenpoint Beer & Ale Co.
Brooklyn Brewery
Brouwerij Lane
Left Hand Path
St. Gambrinus Beer Shoppe

Tell us your favorite new bars (or any that you want to see in this year’s Beer Book) in the comments!

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23 COMMENTS

  1. Can’t wait to buy one!

    St. Gambrinus is a great bar with friendly, helpful staff and a good selection of to-go bottles. I’d love to see them get some new customers!

  2. happy to see Three’s, Alchemy, and some repeats! I’d support Owl Farm, Sharlene’s, Commonwealth, Washington Common, Fulton Grand and Hot Bird!

  3. Washington Commons!
    4th Ave Pub!
    Pacific Standard!
    Mission Dolores!
    Hot Bird!

    Are you guys doing separate books for Northern and Middle again?

    Love the beer books! Thank youuuuuu <3

  4. I would looovee to see Black Horse Pub in this year’s beer books! And the Gate… also High Dive and Hollow Nickel again :)

  5. Bierkraft
    Nostrand Avenue Pub
    Glorietta Baldy
    Hot Bird
    Misson Dolores
    Owl Farm

    Totally failed to get to Sycamore last year; would like to try again. Generally I’m a bigger fan of bars than restaurants that make the cut because they have draft beer.

  6. Hops Hill, the best new beer spot in my hood!
    Seconded for St. Gambrinus, would love to see them.
    Branch Office opens in a few weeks, too!

  7. Hollow Nickel
    St. Gambrinus
    One Stop Beer Shop (one of my faves from the book last year)
    Black Mountain
    Bar Great Harry
    Zombie Hut
    Hope & Anchor

  8. Seawitch
    Mary’s
    South
    Skylark
    Monro
    Der Kommissar
    Commonwealth
    Cypress
    Owl Farm
    High Dive
    Putnam’s
    Splitty
    Woodwork
    Black Sheep
    Cherry Tree
    Duke Of Montrose
    Hot Bird
    The Bearded Lady
    Moe’s
    Flatbush Farm
    Sharlene’s
    McMahon’s
    Mission Dolores

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