Lots of places promise lots of beer on tap, but it's almost always the usual suspects available at most bars (just not all at once), with the occasional strange choice. This is not the case at Churchkey. If you're feeling like a beer-centered evening, Churchkey is a good choice. Our waiter was very helpful in making recommendations, and the menu is arranged by taste profile, not brewing method. Thus, while you may not know the difference between an IPA, Belgian White, and a Barleywine, you don't have to. You just have to know what kind of flavor you're looking for, as the descriptions are very thorough and helpful.
The food is pretty good, and relatively reasonably priced, though not remarkable.
Note, while having the option to get a 4oz pour of a beer you're not sure you'll like is nice, realize the full glass options are of varying sizes due to the fact Churchkey uses the "correct" glass for the beer you choose. That glass may be anywhere between 8 to 16 oz. Consequently, the $7 beer may not be as cheap as you think it is.
One final word on the service. We were fortunate enough to land a table on a busy Friday night, and at no point did we feel rushed by the waiter to vacate, even after we had closed out and were finishing up our last drinks. He was also very accommodating when it came to splitting the check up by percentages on various cards.
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