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Named in honor of the seven beer brewing Trappist monasteries, 7 Monks Taproom aims to share its love for beer through its exciting selection of beers from around the world. A cozy, tavern style bar, is a beer lovers paradise with its vast variety of beers, ciders, mead and also fair quality wine. Boasting an impressive selection of 46 beers on tap and a consistently changing bottle selection, this bar exemplifies the meaning of versatility giving its patrons plenty to chose from. While not much is expected from the food served at a bar, each dish served here is a treat for the taste buds with the signature Abbey Burger and Monk n Cheese promising to have you calling for more.
Avenue Pub has a menu to fulfill food cravings at anytime of the day or night — very convenient for this on-the-run city life. This local flavored pub offers a nice selection of drafts and food, with a jukebox and pool table providing the entertainment. Here you will always find interesting locals and the occasional tourists, all having a good time in this delightful haunt. Sit by the windows facing the Saint Charles Avenue and watch the world go by while you sip on a chilled drink and a meal. It doesn't get much more refreshing than this.
No one would blame you for mistaking the Belmont Station for beer heaven. This charming shop and cafe offers its customers a jaw-dropping selection of over 1200 bottled varieties of beer that are cared for in a manner that ensures absolute freshness and crisp taste. Adjoining the shop is a delightful little biercafe where people can meet over a pint of brew and explore the current brew selection with fellow beer lovers. The cafe serves up a rotating selection of 20 beers on tap alongside delicious Italian-inspired meals from The Italian Market. With such a well-curated and varied selection on offer, you are sure to find something that perfectly suits your taste as you explore new discoveries and indulge in old favorites. Keep an eye on the Belmont Station website and facebook page for updates on beer tastings and special events.
Blind Tiger has been around since 1995, and a tight knit circle of loyal patrons still frequent this place, which has humbly remained a favorite drinking destination for locals and newbies. The reason Blind Tiger continues to stay on top is because of their carefully crafted beer selection coupled with some of the best pub grub you'll find in New York. With an idiosyncratic choice of 30 draft beers, plus more than 80 bottled varieties, beer snobs will be left spoiled for choice. The food menu is nothing fancy, but there's something for everyone - sliders, salads, sandwiches, burgers and wings. It doesn't hurt that happy hour runs all day, so you can definitely take advantage of the specials no matter your schedule.
The decor at this no-nonsense Decatur bar is comprised, not surprisingly, mostly of brick. The crowd is diverse, but expect to find at least a spattering of legal workers from the Dekalb County Courthouse just across the way. Featuring local and imported draughts, single malt scotches, small batch bourbons and fine wines, you won't be at a loss for drinking options. A relatively standard bar menu is offered for lunch and dinner with classics like burgers and sandwiches featured at reasonable prices.
Milwaukee is known for its conglomerate domestic beer companies, most particularly Miller Brewing Company, however the small brewing tradition dies hard in this Midwestern metropolis. Burnhearts in the Bay View district of the city is one such place that reveres local suds. They have more than 25 domestic and imported brews on tap in addition to a better than average cocktail menu. The beers change constantly yet the cocktail list remains steadfast, try the 'Autumn in New York', it is made with a Pumpkin spirit and is a local favorite.
At Churchkey, beer is not just another drink, but rather it is a passion and way of life. The bar boasts a jaw-dropping, vast and varied selection of 555 beers that represent a host of regions, traditions and flavor profiles; a kind of chronicle of the story of this magnificent, yet humble brew from around the world. While the beer selection is ever beer lover's dream come true, paired with expertly-crafted, scrumptious bites, like Brat Burgers, Disco fires with sausage gravy and Grafton cheddar cheese, fire-roasted shishito peppers and hand-rolled cavatelli, a meal at Churckey promises to be one that you will not soon forget.
Located on Skylark Drive in Charleston, Craft Conundrum focuses on craft beers and with more than 150 varieties on tap, beer experts and newcomers face the conundrum of what to taste next. Most of the local brands are available on tap at the bar, but the bar also offers everything from Belgian ales to the more adventurous spiced beers and meads. Two large screens are placed inside the bar- one above the bar, the other at the back. With its hand crafted tables, tap handles, bottle openers, flight paddles and growler satchels, Craft Conundrum provides a more personal beer experience, enhanced by their impeccable service.
Craft Pride is a place for every beer connoisseur. The place houses more than 20 local brews on tap. They have a small seating around the bar but the best attraction is the patio extended outside the bar. Beers and music can be enjoyed with a slice of pizza from Via 313 Pizza which is just an arm's length distance from Crafts Pride, or with food from any of the restaurants in close proximity to this brew pub. Check website for further details.
This small town pub has earned a big name for itself in the world of beer and brewing. Built upon a deep passion for good food and great beer, Ebenezer's pub has garnered much acclaim and has been hailed by many as the best beer pub in the world. The bar boasts an impressive selection of over 35 Belgian brews on tap alongside 700 lovingly cared for bottles and the bar's very own Black Albert. Brewed by the De Struise Brouwers on the occasion of Ebenezer's third annual beer festival, this legendary Belgian Royal Stout broke barriers by introducing an all new style of beer that won over the hearts of even the most staunch beer connoisseurs with its remarkable taste. While Ebenezer's Pub is a place where legends are born and honored, the bar remains a warm, humble and welcoming place where you are sure to feel at home. To silence your belly's hungry growls, the pub also serves up a variety of delicious eats including all time pub favorites like quesedillas, nachos, burgers, wraps, seafood specials and more, served with a side of genuine hospitality.
With over 100 beers on tap and an impressive selection of over 150 bottled and canned beers, El Bait Shop boasts what is easily one of the world's most extensive selections of American craft beers. While the staggering array of taps behind the bar will surely dazzle you, the decor is a conversation starter in itself. Vintage posters, games, and curious knickknacks line the walls of this lively watering hole. Apart from being a haven for beer lovers of every caliber, El Bait Shop also serves up a variety of delicious Mexican and American treats, including bar favorites like chicken wings, tacos, and juicy burgers. Although bustling, lively, and brimming with cheer all through the week, the live musical performances held here are especially popular and draw crowds of cheerful revelers. Keep an eye on the website for the latest updates on an ever-growing beer selection and event schedules.
Set off the street in a dark nook, the Falling Rock Tap House's unassuming brick face is easy to miss in trendy, bar-heavy lower downtown. But this intimate, little tavern has a surprise behind its door; more than 80 beers on tap that range from Colorado microbrews to European imports. With so many choices, it is the closest thing to draught heaven. The food menu is secondary to the beer, but still offers a generous selection of salads, pizzas, sandwiches, burgers and tacos. Located just down the street from Coors Field makes it a perfect hangout for pre-game warm ups and post-game celebrations.