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Old 10-19-2011, 09:05 AM
 
Location: W Hartford, CT
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but either way, it's easy to get to and it's in a safe area which I think was OP's main concern.
Thanks, that was my biggest issue. As long as I can get there without gettin jumped or mugged then I'll be fine. I forgot to ask this earlier, what would be the best subway to take to get there? If I leave from Grand Central, it looks like I should be taking either the L or G train, least that's what the maps tell me. Is one of these closer thanthe other to the brewery?
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Old 10-19-2011, 09:12 AM
 
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Thanks, that was my biggest issue. As long as I can get there without gettin jumped or mugged then I'll be fine. I forgot to ask this earlier, what would be the best subway to take to get there? If I leave from Grand Central, it looks like I should be taking either the L or G train, least that's what the maps tell me. Is one of these closer thanthe other to the brewery?
The L and G are pretty equidistant to the Brewery. But from Grand Central, the L from 14th Street would be easier. You should exit the L at the first stop in Brooklyn, Bedford Avenue, and exit at the back of train.
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