BY QNS STAFF
The third annual Queens Beer
Festival took place at the LIC Flea
& Food market on Oct. 13-14. Par-ticipants
were able to enjoy un-limited
tastings of the best local
More than 50 local craft beers
from brewers across Queens, Brook-lyn,
The Bronx, Long Island, Staten
Island and upstate New York were
available. The stellar lineup included
samples from such brewers as LIC
Beer Project, Iconyc Brewing Co.,
Big aLICe Brewing Co., Single Cut
Beersmiths, Coney Island Brewing
Company, Wartega Brewery, Montauk
Brewing Company, Braven Brewing
Company, Blue Point Brewing Com-pany,
Gun Hill Brewing Company,
Queens Brewery, Mikkeller Brew-ing
NYC and many more. Those who
opted out of drinking beer could also
sample several ciders that were also
Meanwhile, the rest of the LIC
Flea & Food market will be open
featuring all kinds of amazing ven-dors.
Grab a taste of global cuisine from
Yunza, Empanada Papa, Made in Bei-jing
and more. Shop for jewelry from
Tracy Renee Designs, Silver Elephant
and Blua Accessories and hand made
candles from ILHA Candles. There’s
something for everyone!
The 2018 LIC Flea season
will wrap up next weekend, Oct.
21-22, with the Fall Festival, a
fun weekend full of activities for
guests of all ages. Kids will be
able to grab a free pumpkin from
the patch, courtesy of the LIC
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Flea, while supplies last. You can
jump into the patch, take photos
and grab your favorite pumpkin
The LIC Flea is open on Saturday
and Sunday from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.
at 5-25 46th Ave. in Long Island City.
Visit licflea.com for more details.
Photos courtesy of Festival Media