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Brooklyn Brewery was started in 1997 by, oddly enough, a former Associated Press Middle East correspondent (Steve Hindy) and a banker (Tom Potter).  The brewery is involved in many different charitable causes and even takes advantage of wind power. In 2003, Brooklyn Brewery became the first New York City company to switch to 100% wind-generated electricity. Incidentally, Linus Hall, of Yazoo Brewing in Nashville, interned with Brooklyn Brewery.
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Type:  Lager
Variety:  all malt lager
Country:  Brooklyn, NY, United States
Brewery:  Brooklyn Brewe
ABV:  5.2%
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review by . February 21, 2010
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I'm not a lager fan, but even I enjoyed Brooklyn Lager
   I’ve only recently experienced Brooklyn Brewery’s beers firsthand, though I’ve heard nothing but good things about them for some time.  I first tried this Brooklyn Lager after trying their Brooklyn Brown Ale, but just recently found the tasting notes, so I thought I’d post it. About The Beer   This beer is an American Amber Lager, brewed with American Two-Row Malts and Hallertauer Mittelfrueh, Vanguard and Cascade hops. According to the bottle: …
Brooklyn Brewery's Brooklyn Lager
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