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Get unlimited booze for three hours at this Brooklyn beach party

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Helen Dugan

Day-drinking: it's practically the official sport of summer besides, y’know, baseball, tennis, all water sports and the Olympics or World Cup every four years. We love it because it's accessible to the non-athletic, and won't make you any sweatier than you already would be in this August heat.

So if you’re looking to “darty” (day party) this weekend, and really want the most bang for your buck, head to Brooklyn. Web-mag Brokelyn is throwing a summer rager this Saturday, August 5 at Coney Art Walls near the beach at Coney Island.

Ticketed guests can sample unlimited amounts of drinks courtesy of Coney Island Brewery, Belvedere vodka, Veuve-Clicquot champagne, tequila, Bayou rum and Kaiso-spiked coconut water from noon to 3pm.

DJ collective GetSummered will be supplying tunes, and the 'gram-worthy public murals should be a pretty perfect backdrop for your carousing. Plus, NYC Social is bringing corn hole and other fun recreational games in case you want to feel like you're doing more than just boozing. Interested? You can register online for just $39 or $49 (that extra ten will get you an extra 30 minutes of free drink samples if three hours just isn't enough for you).

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