Exclusive offer: Save 35% on a Craft Beer Crawl
NEW YORK -- Want to explore the wonderful world of craft beer?
Join Urban Oyster for a walk through either the East Village in Manhattan or Williamsburg, Brooklyn, where you'll learn about the finer side of craft beer and bars, taste over a dozen beers, learn to pair food with beer, and discover the finest places to have a pint in New York.
Think of it as a pub crawl with a purpose!
Now, with our 7online exclusive offer through NewYork.com, you can save 35% on a Craft Beer Crawl.
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