So hipster it hurts: Cocktails on tap in Brooklyn bar

Just Brooklyn being Brooklyn, nothing to see here. Except 30 cocktails on tap at a burger and milkshake spot called Yours Sincerely in Bushwick. What’s on the menu? A list of traditional old-school cocktails with new-school names like the Swipe Right and the Lab Rat.

This is so hipster it hurts. I wish I could write something better, but the New York Times review basically summed it all up for you in one paragraph:

THE CROWD

Fun-loving 20-somethings not too jaded for small talk. On a recent Friday night, a group of young men in capes, floral T-shirts and drop-crotch pants discussed the Netflix sitcom “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” with a nearby table of jewelry designers. (Verdict: brilliant.) At the bar, a young actress from Bay Ridge told the bartender about going to LaGuardia High School (she said it was “stressful”) and asked him about his hobbies (rock ’n’ roll guitar).

Is this real life? Do these people really exist? Do I need to watch Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt? Yes, yes and maybe. Regardless of the questionable crowd, cocktails on draught sounds pretty spectacular. I know a friend (or five) who could get seriously weird on that.