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  1. Closings
    Brooklyn’s d.b.a. Outpost Will Close This WeekendStop by on Sunday to drink the inventory, then pour one out.
  2. RIP
    Memorial for d.b.a. Co-founder Dennis Zentek TodayIt includes a New Orleans-style second-line parade.
  3. Obits
    D.b.a. Co-Founder Dennis Zentek Has DiedThe bar’s co-founder influenced New York’s beer scene.
  4. Pop-ups
    Tchoup Shop Fires Up for the SeasonOur favorite NOLA pop-up returns to d.b.a. Brooklyn’s back deck.
  5. Good Ideas
    Band Woos Day Drinkers, Lovers of Tater TotsDelta Spirit promoted its new album with a Brooklyn bar crawl. Grub Street humbly suggests every band do this from now.
  6. R.I.P.
    Second Line March for Ray Deter TonightIt starts at 7 p.m. at d.b.a.’s East Village location.
  7. R.I.P.
    How d.b.a.’s Ray Deter Forever Changed New York’s Beer SceneHe set out not just to beer geeks a place to taste, but craft brewers a home in the most influential of all American cities.
  8. R.I.P.
    D.b.a.’s Ray Deter ‘Passes On’A bike accident earlier in the week left the d.b.a. owner in critical condition.
  9. Get Well Soon
    D.b.a. Owner Ray Deter in Critical ConditionAfter a bicycle accident Monday afternoon.
  10. Lists
    The Poor Planner’s Guide to Mardi GrasToday’s the day: go out there and fatten up.
  11. What to Drink
    It’s Good Beer Month and Beer Sangria Day!Plus, beer cocktails and Good Beer Month.
  12. Beer Me
    A Toast to President ObamaA few bars saved their precious kegs of Six Point Hop Obama to serve on Inauguration Day.
  13. NewsFeed
    Celebrate the Folly and Defeat of Sobriety With Drink Specials When you stop to think about it, the fact that drinking was once illegal in America beggars the mind. Americans! Unable to drink in their own homes! It’s as if Frenchmen were barred from butter or Germans denied meat. Well, that evil period came to an end on December 5, 1933, a fact honored by the informal holiday of Repeal Day, which is being celebrated all over town tomorrow. The good people at Dewars hired actors to dress up in faux old-timey outfits (think tweeds and red carnations) and cheer Repeal Day with signs and slogans to confused tourists in Soho. But we encourage you to demonstrate your commitment to commerce and liberty by drinking for less at several local bars. Be sure to raise a glass to FDR. Somewhere, he’s toasting you back.