Play Night at Brooklyn Brewery

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Brooklyn Brewery and Playworks are teaming up for a Play Night at the Brooklyn Brewery. Stop by for a delicious sampling of Brooklyn Brewery beers, complimentary appetizers, Playworks games, and the 2011 Playworks Rock-Paper-Scissors tournament.

$25 gets you in the door at 7:30pm, two Brooklyn Brewery drink tokens (choice of 8 beers on tap) free appetizers, and unlimited tickets to participate in Playworks recess games.

$35 gets you a private tour of Brooklyn Brewery with a guided tasting of 4 different Brooklyn beers, from 6pm to 7:30pm. A Brooklyn Brewery guide will take you on a tour of the facilities, getting into nooks and crannies not open to the public. Afterwards, you will receive 2 drink tokens, appetizers, and unlimited tickets to participate in Playworks recess games.

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