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Cup of Kings: 2019 Brooklyn Beer Book available for pre-order

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Cheers to that!

Beer-obsessed Brooklynites can now place their orders for a new book overflowing with vouchers for free samples at dozens of Kings County suds spots.

Our pals behind The Beer Book packed their 2019 edition with coupons redeemable at 30 Kings County watering holes, and kicked off online sales on Friday, with plans to get the coveted coupon catalogues in buyers’ hands in early 2019.

The ninth installment of the $30 booklet includes tickets for drinks at pubs across the borough, unlike its predecessors, which divided their coupons into separate books for North and Southern Brooklyn.

And the latest guide for hops heads includes vouchers useable at such suds slingers as The Adirondack in Windsor Terrace, Downtown’s Building on Bond, Covenhoven in Prospect Heights, Kings County Brewers Collective in Bushwick, Lowlands Bar in Gowanus, One Stop Beer Shop in Williamsburg, and more.

Each coupon within the booklet is good for one beer, and includes stipulations with regard to the type of brew you can sip on at each establishments. And all coupons in the 2019 edition are valid through Dec. 31 of next year.

Pre-order your copy of The Beer Book at beerbookshop.com.

Updated 6:11 pm, December 21, 2018
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