Okay, what makes a great beer bar? Is it strictly the number of taps? Number of bottles? Number of reviewers?
That said, this bar has more taps than I can count--reading from the draft list, I'm over sixty and the scroll function is messing with me....
Foods range from fresh, local seafood, vegetarian, several burgers, hot sandwiches, nachos, chicken, pork... We got the BBQ mess, with pulled pork, bbq-beans, slaw, fried dills pickles (surprisingly good), and rich and creamy mac-n-cheese.
Beer samplers: $1.25 for non-Belgian 5oz samples...I had three different beers.
Oh...it's kinda dim and some people might say it looks a little bit seedy--hey, if you want sterile and boring--go to your local suburban chain! Me, I like character and an atmosphere of happy people, (moderately-) loudly enjoying superb beers.
Check their home page or FB for the weekly specials--tonight was "Good-bye to the summer ales" night, but the (new) seasonal pumpkinhead was available for the same seasonal sale price of $2.99/pint!
Love this place--we'll be back.
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