Newsletter subscribers: win two VIP tickets to LivingSocial’s BeerFest

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Touch glasses and souls at LivingSocial’s BeerFest!

Feel a deep emptiness in your life? Have an yawning cavity of loneliness that just won’t stop hurting? There’s only one solution. No, it’s not turning to the faith that your parents raised you in. It isn’t giving back to the community or volunteering. And it sure as hell ain’t climbing a mountain to consult with a yogi. It’s booze, dummy. Grab your cups because we’re giving away one of our newsletter subscribers something awesome: two VIP passes to LivingSocial’s BeerFest at One Hanson Place!

That’s right — our newsletter contest is back. The winner gets to take a friend to any one of the three party sessions happening on Friday, December 6 and Saturday, December 7. These tickets, worth $60 apiece, give you:

  • Unlimited pours of more than 80 beers, wines, and ciders;
  • Live local music;
  • Access to top-notch NYC food trucks on site (food not included in ticket price);
  • Backyard lawn games and activities;
  • BeerFest mini stein to take home;
  • Good-looking beer lovers like yourself;

Plus the VIP passes get you in an hour ahead of the unwashed masses.

How do you enter? Sign up for our e-mail newsletter and wait for tomorrow’s edition. Click the link in the contest section and you’re entered. That’s it! While you’re at it, you can enjoy our curated weekend events listings and links to the best of Brokelyn articles in every weekly e-mail.

Unlimited free beer is a biggie so we’re giving you until noon on Tuesday, November 26, to click that link. Don’t miss out — sign up now and achieve spiritual enlightenment!

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