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Bierocracy Beer Hall in LIC Has Shuttered After a Near Six-Year Run

Bierocracy, located at 12-23 Jackson Avenue, closed for good Sunday (Photo: Facebook)

Oct, 26, 2021 By Michael Dorgan

A Long Island City beer hall on Jackson Avenue has shuttered after a near six-year run.

Bierocracy, located at 12-23 Jackson Avenue, closed for good Sunday, following an announcement it made on social media last week.

The Instagram post did not specify the reason for the closure although its owners alluded to issues with their landlord.

“Bierocracy survived COVID but not the landlord!” their message reads.

“With sadness, we are forced to close down permanently on Sunday, Oct. 24… thank you for your loyalty.”

The Czech-styled beer hall opened in 2015 and could seat around 200 people in its 4,000-square-foot venue.

It was known for its special pours of Czech beers as well other imported brews from Central Europe. The establishment also served local brews, ciders and radlers—beers mixed with soda.

Patrons were also offered schnitzels and burgers as well as pub snacks such as pretzels and sausages.

The beer hall had a 4.3-star rating on Google (out of a possible 5) based on nearly 800 reviews.

 

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