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donovan...
a welcome addition to Lenn's site....local brew stories to compliment the wines et al.
great story about your intro to BP beers.
that summer brew is a keeper, though at
my bbqs it disappears faster than the water.
LIBC (RIP) was a great place....poorly
managed but the brews/food top notch.
Croxleys here in nassau always keeps
2-3 BP on tap.

Chris- I'll put Croxleys on the list. My Long Island Beer Guide is heavily Suffolk-centric right now and I need a few scouts in Nassau to tell me where to start exploring the beer culture in the other half of Long Island.

rule of thumb i have for nassau beer places
is that if its walking distance from a LIRR
station, they better have good brews.....
Croxleys in Franklin Square (my fav) and
Rockville centre, Waterzooi (same mgt as
croxleys) in Garden city and a smaller location in RVC as well. Effin Gruvin
in Merrick (sunrise hwy) also great selection. of course if you venture into
queens/brooklyn....bohemian gardens for
the unsurpassed czech/e european taps (and
great prices) and sputen duyvil in brooklyn.
but thats venturing out of the LI area proper.

Chris- Waterzooi I've heard of and want to visit. Sputen Duyvil is also high on my destination list. They had something like five taps pouring Cantillon last week---a special "yeast fest" I think.

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