Bars and businesses were expecting the wrath of God but got rained out instead.
Designer and Whiskerino artist extraordinaire Tim McSweeney sent us this closed sign from Brooklyn. No it doesn’t match the creativity of the Best Wet Paint Sign in NYC or the randomness of the No Tweekers Sign, it does, however, get the point across. New Yorkers were not impressed with the storm.
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Some oyster stouts simply pair well with oysters. True oyster stouts are literally made with oysters. This one’s the real deal. And you can only slurp it at one spot.
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This one time, on bandcamp …
This week I came across two killer bands thanks to the site bandcamp. And surprise, they’re from Brooklyn. The moddish Dinosaur Feathers and the super lo-fi, searing-with-potential Night Manager. Give ‘em some love. Along with the rest of this week’s Friday Five. Enjoy thoroughly.
Who (else) knew lava rocks had such magical powers?
Brooklyn’s Sixpoint Craft Ales, that’s who.
Apparently the ancient beer masters would use 1000 degree lava rocks to make beer. To resurrect this ancient art, called Stein Brewing, Sixpoint partnered with The Museum of Modern Art‘s adjoining restaurant The Modern. Then they got Aaron Ekroth to help tell the story. Beautifully, may I add.
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