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This is a dark dive bar in appearances but the friendly service and amazing drink choices make it a must visit for craft beer lovers and whisky fans. Great tap list including many beers on cask and everything is served in the correct glassware. They...More
An incredible variety of scotches and rarities from other varieties. This is a terrific hole in the wall. Staff is knowledgeable and friendly. Has a neighborhood feel. A must visit for the whisky lover!
Wow, I have never seen a selection of whiskey like this. And lots of draft beer/ale as well. It ain't cheap, but when you're carrying an inventory worth this much the prices have to reflect it. The physical surroundings are utilitarian, but the crowd (and...More
Let's start with this: There were THREE cask ales available on our last visit. ONE, TWO, THREE. Impressive is the American bar that offers cask ales.
The tap selection was extensive. My only complaint was valuable space taken up by some rather common beers, but...More
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