Sometimes a beer, on its own is all you need. Sometimes a good a plate of spicy food elevates the beer experience altogether. Whatever the season, its always a good time to have a pint in New York City.
Finding beer-centric bars in the city is a difficult task! Imagine a bar that specifically sells different kinds of craft beer, has a variety of brands on tap, lives up to the hype and has a really good crowd while not being overcrowded. Sounds amazing!
We’re on it.
Just search for bus stations near me, hop on the next bus to one of these beer bars and pray for your liver!
Here’s a list of some of the best beer bars in New York City:
Tørst is a Danish word that translates to the word thirst. This minimalistic cabin-ist bar has more in common with fine wine bars than your usual run-of-the-mill corner bars, offering a 21-draft menu that changes every week or so. Your beer is served in fancy tall glasses and the tap counters have really cool futuristic looking tubes and knobs that served freshly smoked stout for your drinking pleasure.
2. Threes Brewing
Threes Brewing has something for everyone, even for that one friend that doesn’t drink! This 5,000-sq-foot warehouse-turned brewery offers a bar, an event hall and even a coffee shop. A number of, reasonably prices, different drafts and cocktails are served in this classic Brooklyn bar-like setting.
Be sure to try their vino blends and rye floats.
3. The Cannibal
If you like beer and meat, this might just be paradise for you. This deli-like bar with fridges stocked with lagers and ales serves amazing steaks and 300+ brews! The Cannibal is a beer store-butchery-restaurant hybrid that will satiate all of your meat cravings but if you’re trying to be healthy, they serve really good salads too. Try the Kentucky ham and their Old Rasputin Imperial Stout.