Help pick the bars for our next Brooklyn Cocktail Books!

Cocktail Booking at  Castello Plan, via @jamessaraseaknee on Instagram.

Cocktail Booking at Castello Plan, via @jamessaraseaknee on Instagram.

In April, we introduced you to our new Cocktail Book, the junior partner to Brokelyn’s ever-popular Beer Book series. Packed with great places including Erv’s, the Great Georgiana, Lea and Branch Ofc., the Cocktail Book sold better than hotcakes. (Because who wants a hotcake when you can have free liquor?)

In response to the demand, we’re giving the people want they want: more! More margaritas! More mai tais! More daydrinking all winter long! More of THIS: 

Breaking out the Cocktail Books at Halyards, a Team Brokelyn fave.

Breaking out the Cocktail Books at Halyards, a Team Brokelyn fave.

The second iteration of Brokelyn’s Cocktail Book — with separate editions for North and Middle Brooklyn — is underway, but we want to hear from you, imbibers of Brooklyn. What classy cocktail establishments have we missed? Which mixed-drink milieus need to be added to the menu?

If you’re not already a subscriber to Brokelyn’s email list, get on the bandwagon here for first dibs on our new Cocktail Book once it’s ready, and get 2-for-1 drinks for all over Brooklyn. But first, tell us what bars you like to drink at  — we want to make this the best book you’ve read all year. Cheers BK!

Drink two cocktails at j'eatjet, but only pay for one. Only with the Brooklyn Cocktail Book.

Drink two cocktails at j’eatjet, but only pay for one. Only with the Brooklyn Cocktail Book.

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