The Queens Beer Book is coming back! Tell us your favorite Queens bars we should include

Coming soon in 2016: the 2nd annual Queens Beer Book.

Coming soon in 2016: the 2nd annual Queens Beer Book.

If you’re reading this, you’ve probably heard of the Brooklyn Beer Book, our guide to all places craft beer, snacks and backyards in Brooklyn (which, by the way, we still have a few copies of on sale). But did you know that Brokelyn also publishes a Queens Beer Book? That’s right, we’ve gotten to know our way around the beer scene in Queens, and we’re seeking nominations for your favorite spots to be considered for the second annual edition. Tell us which bars you want to see included!

The 2015 Queens Beer Book looked like this. Rad!

The 2015 Queens Beer Book looked like this. Awesome!

ICYMI: last year, we published the first-ever Queens Beer Book, giving NYC beer drinkers a resource for the best beer bars, breweries and beer-centric eateries in Queens. (In fact, it was so good, NY1 news even did a TV segment on it. Hi, Mom!)

From Long Island City to Forest Hills to Ridgewood and a few in between, we covered the craftiest neighborhoods claiming a stake in the New York beer scene: breweries like SingleCut, Finback, Rockaway Brewing Co. and the LIC Beer Project were among the ranks of bold beer makers, alongside excellent beer and grub purveyors like Alewife NYC, Sunswick 35/35 and Station House. (See the full list and bar guide here.)

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Sneak peak: Rockaway Brewing will be in the Queens Beer Book again!

Sneak peak: Rockaway Brewing will be in the Queens Beer Book again!

The 2016 Queens Beer Book is on deck to be published in April, so send us your picks in the comments below: which bars should we invite back? Which new bars should we add? Which did we miss last year? Keep an eye out for the soon-to-be released second edition on sale here and on QNS.com!

Follow more updates about the Queens Beer Book on Twitter @QueensBeerBook.

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