Time Out says
Don your spookiest garb for this all-day Día de los Muertos bash fueled by tequila, mescal and the brewery's homegrown suds, including a brand-new Tres Equis Mexican lager ($5) made in collaboration with fellow Kings County brewers Other Half. From noon to 4pm, resident food vendor Northern Spy serves a South of the Border brunch, before switching to a spread of four tacos (skirt steak, veggie). Nighttime festivities kick off at 10pm, with Mexican and American beats pumped by DJ Dirty Boogie, and a go-go show by sultry burlesque performer Legs Malone. As the clock strikes midnight, swanky prizes are awarded to the best-dressed boozer, followed by late-night piñata smashing.