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  Bushwick is home to many things that are wonderful -- somewhat affordable apartments and interesting fashion choices come to mind -- but the burgeoning bar scene out there is one of its strengths.  If you're tired of wading through map-clutching tourists standing shoulder to shoulder on the streets of Williamsburg, get on the train and come to The Rookery, one of our favorite spots in the neighborhood. Check it out after the jump... Number of...
  Brought to you by the friendly gents who started everyone's favorite craft beer dive bar, Lucky Dog, Skinny Dennis is a newcomer to the neighborhood, but provides the perfect atmosphere for a brisk beer and good conversation. Check out what all the fuss is about after the jump. Number of taps:  15, with an emphasis on some of Shiner’s seasonal offerings — it is a Texas bar, after all. Right now they have the delightful...
Located in the weird ether between Greenpoint and Williamsburg, Spritzenhaus is a relative newbie to the neighborhood, but has been around for long enough to become a destination for all beer and sausage loving denizens of this fair city and beyond. Let's see what makes this place one of the best... Number of Taps: Their 24 tap list is comprised of some old standbys along with a seasonal rotating list that moves from pumpkin ales...
This cavernous Park Slope spot is perhaps the flagship bar of the Wiley Brothers, who also own Bar Great Harry, The Owl Farm and Glorietta Baldy. It's been around long enough to have solidified its status in the local beer scene as a must-visit. Let's take a closer look... Mission Dolores 249 Fourth Avenue www.missiondolorebar.org Number of taps:  20, with plenty of options for nerds and non-nerds alike. On tap right now, you'll find easy-drinking options like Stone's...