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I'm not much of a writer But I want to do it I'm gonna do it It's a great idea I'll get you it soon - Cheers! Jimmy Carbone has sent me a string of late-night texts, a seemingly unprompted burst of inspired thoughts that I'm initially unable to decode while stumbling from the bedroom to the bathroom a few hours before sunrise. That afternoon, though, following a few cups of coffee, I remember: Before appearing as a guest...
Last week, Jimmy Carbone, one of New York City’s most vociferous craft beer advocates, ushered in this year’s class of Good Beer Seal award-winners in a brief ceremony held in the cavernous back room of his East Village pub, Jimmy’s no. 43. The sudsy celebration marked the end to the Good Beer Seal’s jam-packed and overwhelmingly successful July Good Beer Month, the yearly 30-day period devoted to all things craft beer evangelism, and recognizes...
This is arguably the best time to be a beer lover in New York City (and especially in Brooklyn). There have never been more great, locally-made beers to try or a better community of beer lovers eager to discuss them all. So, it's only fitting that we now have a craft beer film festival where we can do both. Tonight, Anthology Film Archives in the East Village will host the first annual Beer Film Festival,...

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