How To Make The Most Out Of New York City Beer Week 2013 [Flowchart]

New York Beer Week 2013 is upon us, and, like Shark Week, it mostly centers around consuming everything in site. But instead of seals and boring krill, you’ll be taking down ultra-rare collaborations, barrel-aged one-offs being uncorked for the first time, loads of beer-infused food, whole hogs, and so many local bottles your pee will be even more authentically New York than the puddle in the subway that is somehow always there.

There are literally hundreds of events (starting tonight!), which is why Thrillist created this handy, zoom-in-able decision tree that gracefully takes you through some of the highlights. Now go drink.

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