THE RETURN OF
QUEENS BEER FEST
38 SEPTEMBER 2019 I LIC COURIER I www.qns.com
BY QNS STAFF
Mark your calendars, beer-lovers
— the fourth annual
Queens Beer Fest com-ing
back to the LIC Flea
& Food in October.
Join in the fun Oct. 5 and 6 for the
festival, where you can get unlimited
tastings of local craft beer from Queens,
Brooklyn, the Bronx, Long Island, Staten
Island and Upstate NY. There will be
over 50 local craft beers and ciders to
taste, including some from LIC Beer
Project, Iconyc Brewing Co., Big aLICe
Brewing Co., Single Cut Beersmiths,
Coney Island Brewing Company, Blue
Point Brewing Company, Gun Hill Brew-ing
Company, Mikkeller Brewing NYC
and many more.
Festival-goers will receive a souvenir
mug for their tastings. Tickets start at
$39 and are available at www.Queens-
BeerFest.com. Use code COURIER
and get 10 percent off of your tickets.
The Flea Market is also open and
we will lots of amazing vendors for you
to shop and eat. Grab a taste of global
cuisine from Don Ceviche, Emapanada
Papa, Muzzles and more. For those
with a sweet tooth, Cozi Treats will be
onsite selling gourmet cupcakes and
For those who love to shop vintage
and hand-crafted items, look no more.
Nomada Colors will be on hand sell-ing
handmade earrings and Valencia
Leigh will also be selling jewelry and
LIC Flea & Food is open on specific
dates Saturday and Sunday from 11
a.m. until 6 p.m. and is located at 5-25
46th Ave. in Long Island City, at the
corner of Fifth Street and 46th Avenue.
For more information and to RSVP for
a chance to win Flea Bucks, visit www.