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Kamchatka is a cozy beer-centric pub in the heart of the city. With high tables, exposed-brick and white tile surfaces and barrels full of beer, the pub is reminiscent of the watering holes from the 1970s and 80s. Along with six types of local brews, the pub also serves a number of delicious food items like grilled sausages, burgers, salads, soups, sandwiches and lots more. Retro film screenings and other fun events are also organized here from time to time.
This is one place where you will never have to dance to Britney Spears, Ricky Martin or Scooter. 16 Tons is one of the first few clubs in Moscow to welcome and encourage Russian groups and progressive bands to play at their venue. Its refined atmosphere can seem a little cold at first, but it has gently persuaded more than a few skeptics to stay for coffee or a drink. 16 Tons brews its own beer, focusing on British-style ales and bitters; they are reasonably priced and pub grub is also available. The pub opens daily at 11a, while the club opens later at 6p.
Hop Head Craft Beer Pub is located on the campus of one of the country's leading universities: The Bauman Moscow State Technical University. This 2-storyed bar features high ceilings, exposed brick walls, plush leather sofas, hardwood floors and a performance space for rock bands. With more than 400 different types of local and European brews on offer, the pub caters to needs of all kinds of palates. The assorted fish snack, the Hophead beef burger, and Munich white sausage are some of their specialties from their food menu. Don't forget to try their scrumptious desserts such as their signature cannoli with cream & candied fruits and the pear strudel with ice cream.