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Beef, beef, beef. [Photo: Adam Kuban]

We like beef. We like beer. And we like big ol' feasts, which is why we're so excited for the Brooklyn Beefsteak, at The Bell House in Brooklyn on September 25.

At this annual event, a revival of huge, beefy dinners held in New York earlier in the century, you'll get all the bread and beef you want—eaten with your hands, no forks in sight—along with all the beer you want to wash it down. (The meat comes from LaFrieda, the brew from McSorley's.)

Tickets are $50 (available here), but we've got one pair to give away right here on Serious Eats.

To enter to win, just answer the following question in the comments below:
The world record for beefsteaks is eating 8 pounds of meat in one sitting. How many pounds will you eat?

Contest will end and comments will close at noon ET, Wednesday, September 21, 2011. One entry per community member. The standard Serious Eats contest rules apply.

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