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A giant, graffiti-filled beer garden has opened in Bushwick for the summer

Will Gleason
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Will Gleason

A new pop-up beer garden in Bushwick is bringing a real pop of color to a formerly empty lot.

Wyckoff Beer Garden is now open at 33 Wyckoff Ave and will be serving local brews in a colorful outdoor setting through the end of October. The 10,000-square-foot space has been transformed thanks to bright street art and murals throughout the lot (including on the floor) and features a 30-foot beach shack bar, perfect for north Brooklyn residents too hungover to make it to Jacob Riis that day.

Local brews currently on offer include suds from Braven and Montauk and guests can also snarf down twice-fried fries from the East Village’s FryGuys. (Trust us, they're worth the calories.)

With this new addition, along with the recent openings of Queens Brewery and the Evil Twin brewery in neighboring Ridgewood, the area's turning into a real beer lover's summer hot spot.

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