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Brooklyn Brewery Beer Lager Pre-Prohibition Style - 6-12 Fl. Oz.

Brooklyn Brewery Beer Lager Pre-Prohibition Style - 6-12 Fl. Oz.

Beer, Brooklyn Lager

The Brooklyn Story: When good beer is hard to find, sometimes you have to make it yourself. In 1988, Steve Hindy took his homebrewing knowledge from his days as a foreign war correspondent and started The Brooklyn Brewery with his friend Tom Potter. Together they delivered the first batches of Brooklyn Lager to a handful of local bars. Today, our beers travel to more than half the U.S. and over thirty countries. Our James Beard Award-winning Brewmaster Garrett Oliver and his team brew everything from classic styles to bold experiments and collaborate with our international network of sister breweries to keep pushing the boundaries of the worldwide brewing community. It is our belief shot greet beer should be delicious, unpretentious, and support the community where it is enjoyed. Visit us in New York City. White in New York City, please plan to visit The Brooklyn Brewery and the Company Store. BrooklynBrewery.com. (at)BrooklynBrewery. For news, info on beers, public hours, tours, & private events, visit BrooklynBrewery.com. Brewers Association: Certified Independent Craft. Sustainable Forestry Initiative: Certified sourcing. www.sfiprogram.org. 5.2% abv. 10.4
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Warning Contains: Government Warning: (1) According to the Surgeon General, women should not drink alcoholic beverages during pregnancy because of the risk of birth defects. (2) Consumption of alcoholic beverages impairs your ability to drive a car or operate machinery, and may cause health problems.

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