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Brooklyn Informed: Barcade

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In Williamsburg, a trifecta of awesomeness: craft beer, classic video games, and wind power.

We know Brooklynites are getting tired of everybody invading their home, but with all the place has to offer, you can't really blame people for wanting to move there. Take Barcade for example. The Williamsburg hangout features not only a huge selection of micro brews, but also a bunch of old school arcade games to fulfill all your 8-bit desires. Not only that, but the whole joint is powered......read more

6-Pack Frame Cinch

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Bring beers on your bike. But don't forget your helmet. $22.00

It's the beginning of spring, which can only mean one thing: It's time to ride bikes to the park to drink beers. Not that we endorse drinking and biking, but it's important to stay hydrated while you ride...or something. Originally designed to carry bike polo mallets, the 6 Pack Frame Cinch from Portland's Walnut Studio assumes a boozy new role that lets you lug your beers (or pretty much......read more

Beer Making Kit

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Everything you need to brew up a mouth-watering storm of pale ales, porters or saisons. $40.00

This DIY brew kit is the brainchild of Erica Shea and Stephen Valand, two self-taught home-brewers who quit their jobs in advertising to dedicate themselves to beer. The Beer Making Kit provides you with all the tools and ingredients needed to brew up twelve delectable pale ales, porters, or saisons. When you're ready to make another batch, just grab a refill kit ($15) from Uncommon Goods. Now......read more

Reclaimed Wood Six-Pack Tote

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Drink out of the box with this handy, handcrafted brew crate $35.00

Our favorite way to enjoy a summer eve at the park or in a friend's backyard is with an array of craft brews. But transporting a mismatched six-pack of beers is a tricky proposition. Bay Area designers David and Christopher Steinrueck answer the call with this handy beer tote, handcrafted out of redwood beams reclaimed from salvage yards in the San Francisco area. Perfectly sized to keep clinks......read more

'California's Greenest Brewery' to Open on the LA River

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Dry River Brewing turns to the crowd to kickstart its brew pub -- and help bring a neglected waterway back to life

The Los Angeles River, once the lifeblood of the LA region, was encased in concrete in the 1930s in order to protect a growing urban area against unpredictable flooding. Like most LA residents, Dave Hodgins didn't pay the river a lot of thought. But when the self-confessed craft beer nerd started looking at potential locations for his new brewery, he was taken to property on the riverbank,......read more

Ceramic Growler by Kaufmann Mercantile

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Handsome, handcrafted beer tote from the potter's wheel $67.00

Back in the 1800s, workers would carry beer home from the pub in galvanized "growlers," named for the sound they made when carbon dioxide escaped from the top. Though it looks vintage, this handmade ceramic growler from Kaufmann Mercantile has a snug-fitting lid that seals carbonation in tight. Slip-cast by hand then trimmed on the potter's wheel, the ceramic is cast thick so it stands up to the......read more

Barrett's Ridge Beer Bread Kits

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It's fun, easy, and inexpensive to make your own beer bread. Great gift too. $9.00

They were once given as gifts to friends and family, now they make up the range of Barrett's Ridge Beer Bread Kits. The mix is timeless: gran's beer bread recipe, calico bags (hand sewn by Hands of Hope), and masuga labels (locally produced and environmentally friendly paper). What's left to say? Oh, just add beer....read more

Bar Bottle Opener

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Hand made in San Francisco by FluffyCo $34.00

Bring some warmth to your kitchen with this wooden Bar Bottle Opener. With a locally-sourced agath plywood base, the wallmounted unit features an American-made, cast-iron Starr X opener for easy beer cracking. The base is screen-printed by hand and urethane-sealed using water-based materials. A pre-drilled hole and included hardware makes installation simple. Hand made in San......read more

Pumpkin Beer Brings Summers End Ahead Of Schedule

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Thanks, Climate Change. By Adrian LaFrance

It was scorching in Oregon this summer. So hot the autumn pumpkins ripened early. Which meant the brewers at Rogue, best known for Dead Guy Ale, found themselves picking pumpkins five weeks ahead of schedule and concocting their annual pumpkin-flavored beer long before the dog days slipped away. (Last year, Rogue’s Pumpkin Patch Ale wasn’t released until Oct.......read more

Papered Peds

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Nifty new glassware handblown from old beer bottles. $67.00

Finnish design outfit Lasistudio specializes in reformatting discarded glass into great glassware for the home. Made from reclaimed beer bottles, the crew's popular Hik! glasses maintain the used bottles' original shape, using less energy than melting glass. Pretty cool concept, and knowing the Finns' love of the sauce, empty beer bottles will never be in short supply....read more

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