It’s tough deciding Hong Kong’s best beer bar. The craft beer scene here is becoming more and more competitive and more exciting all the time. If we have to recommend an all-round best we’d say The Globe. It may not be a specialist in Belgium brews like Blue Supreme or as shiny and hip as The Artist House, but what it does offer is Hong Kong’s largest selection of beers in a spacious and laid back setting. You can’t ask for much more than that.
There’s a bar in Hong Kong whatever your particular poison. Mad for mezcal? Start at Coa. Thirsty for tequila? There’s Agave for all your needs. Giddy for gin? Try John Anthony. The city’s fantastic bar scene has something for just about everyone.
In years past, if you wanted a tipple, your options were limited. But as Hong Kong’s bar scene has grown and matured, so have the options available to curious drinkers. Nowadays, Hong Kong’s many fine bars cater to all sorts of different tastes, whether you prefer bourbon or saké – it’s not all just posh whisky bars and rumbunctious beer joints here. From gin palaces with hundreds of bottles of ‘blue ruin’ to the city’s only vermouth bar, whatever your drink of choice is, we’ve found a place for you.