Whenever we visit a brewery, the same thing happens. We drink beers, get hungry, and inevitably eat some pretty mediocre food, often from a truck. But Surly Brewing breaks that cycle at their destination brewery in Prospect Park. Here they serve dishes like steamed mussels, oysters, charcuterie boards, house-made sausage, and barbecue, along with a wide range of their most popular, rare, and experimental brews.
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