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In New York, drinking a cold one can be highway robbery – not on your liver but your wallet. Sometimes you’re forced to pay out the ears to have a Bud Light at a cramped table surrounded by bros you don’t know. But it doesn’t have to be that way! In fact, you could be drinking free beer well into the winter months, but you need to act fast.

Brokelyn’s Beer Books are not just a steal that more than pays for itself, they’re a guide to Brooklyn’s best bars, a dope conversation starter and a reason to explore the borough. The books are $30 each and contain 30 coupons for a free beer at 30 different bars in Zone 1: above Atlantic Ave. (Greenpoint, Williamsburg, Bushwick, Bed-Stuy, Fort Greene) and Zone 2: below Atlantic Ave. (Boerum Hill, Carroll Gardens, Gowanus, Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Crown Heights, Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Windsor Terrace, Flatbush, Sunset Park, Bay Ridge, Coney Island).

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If you figure that most of those places, even during happy hour, are going to be charging you at least $5 for drafts, you’ll save enough money using your Beer Book coupons to buy yourself some dumb bougie cocktails, or a very decent bottle of champagne – or, like, pay your rent.

The Beer Books are going fast, so buy yours today for an immediate BK bar knowledge boost.

Warning: You may become low-key obsessed with your Beer Books and find yourself bringing them everywhere with you, rescheduling your social life so you can drink at Beer Book bars and forcing your friends to go to Bay Ridge in the name of a free glass of beer. Or so we’ve heard.

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