Brooklyn Tap House

Photograph: Jonathan Aprea
Brooklyn Tap House
Forty taps dispense craft brews (Founders, Delirium Tremens, Stone) at this Bed-Stuy beer hall. The spot's ethos is "no crap on tap," and the bottle (Maredsous, Lindemans) and can (Porkslap, Oskar Blues) lists are carefully curated as well. Snag a red vinyl banquette and order from the menu of rib-sticking comfort eats, including hot wings, a Schaller & Webber beer-braised brat and a vegan tempeh Reuben. The 80-seat space features barn-wood–paneled walls, poured concrete floors, and a Brooklyn-themed mural of trains, a bridge and subway-map fragments painted by graffiti artist Jamie Hef.
Venue name: Brooklyn Tap House
Address: 590 Myrtle Ave
New York

Cross street: between Classon Ave and Taaffe Pl
Opening hours: Mon–Wed 4pm–midnight; Thu, Fri 4pm–4am; Sat noon–4am; Sun noon–midnight
Transport: Subway: G to Classon Ave
Price: Average beer: $6. Cash only
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