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The Feed first look: SingleCut Beersmiths

Hops heads with a locavore bent can swig beers—and fill their growlers—at this Astoria brewery.

By Christopher Ross
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Queens—a brewery hotbed for German immigrants before Prohibition—will rejuvenate its sudsy past on November 28 with this 5,000-square-foot microbrewery and tasting room. Owner Rich Buceta, who cut his teeth at Greenpoint Beer Works, produces souped-up versions of classic styles, such as a Double Umlaut Lagrrr!, a German bock aged in old Jamaican rum barrels. Other offerings include a boozy Imperial Full Stack IPA and the 19-33 Lagrrr!, an aggressively hopped pilsner. Sip a stein in the 25-seat tasting room, decked out with mahogany walls, red oak communal tables and hanging metallic lamps. Once you’ve had your fill, take your favorite brew to go in a growler. A stage for performances adjoining the tasting room will feature live acts soon, reflecting Buceta’s passion for music (the brewery’s name references a type of guitar construction). 19-33 37th St between 19th and 20th Aves, Astoria, Queens (718-606-0788)
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