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Our “Do It Yourself” summer section!

for The Brooklyn Paper

Memorial Day is behind us, so it’s officially summer in our book. And that means grilling outdoors, downing a few beers and cooling off with a cone. But why have someone else do it for you, when you can do it all yourself — thanks to our first annual Do-It-Yourself summer guide? Inside, you’ll find tips on grilling, homebrewing and even making your own ice cream from local experts, including Phinnizy & Phebe, two true Brooklyn DIY inspirations featured below. We even got the general manager of one of the hottest bars in the borough to design a new drink, which we’re calling the “Brooklyn Summer.” Your next party won’t be complete without it, so read on!

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