NYC beer crawl a very home-y affair

Beer crawls can be short or long. Seldom are they intimate. That's why this posting on the Beer Menus website struck me as so interesting:

"Despite New York’s gnat-size apartments, NYC homebrewers refuse to let space limitations detract them from their mission: crafting some of the city’s tastiest beer. On this tour, you’ll venture inside the homes of three of Manhattan and Brooklyn’s finest amateur brewers, who will display their set-ups, discuss their craft and, most importantly, open up their stash of superlative beer. There will be several stops throughout the afternoon. Bring a Metrocard. And eat a big lunch. Your guide is NYC beer journalist Joshua M. Bernstein."

Tickets are available online.

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