The first-ever Queens Beer Fest is coming to Long Island City, and we’ve got a discount for you

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Drink like royalty in Queens at the first Queens Beer Fest.

You know by now the Queens beer scene is heating up. The borough is becoming a great destination for beer lovers thanks to its growing number of bars and breweries, and our own Queens Beer Book (still available!) that allows you to try a bunch of those bars and breweries for barely any money. Now you get to see the beer scene in action in a whole new way.

Queens’ first-ever beer festival will be hosted in Long Island City on Oct. 15 and Oct. 16 shining a light on the borough’s growing craft beer scene and all local craft breweries. From 12pm – 6pm, attendees get to sample all Queens-based breweries, plus additions from Brooklyn, The Bronx, Long Island and Staten Island. And we’ve got a special discount for you! Find out how to get it below. 

In addition to sampling beer, attendees will enjoy live music and enjoy food vendors representing the ethnic diversity of Queens. This ticketed event will feature beers from such breweries as Bridge and Tunnel Brewery, Queens Brewery, Big Alice Brewing, Singlecut Brewery, Finback Brewery, Rockaway Brewing Company, Coney Island Brewing Company, Greenpoint Beer & Ale Co., Garvies Point Brewery, LIC Beer Project, Flagship Brewing Co., Braven Brewing Company, The Bronx Brewery, Montauk Brewing Company, Empire Brewing Company, and more.

The event is split into two sessions from 12-3pm and 3pm-6pm on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets start at $28 for each session and can be purchased here. A special offer for Brokelyn readers: Use the code BEERBOOK to get 10 percent off!

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