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The Owl Farm’s Steven Baird, along with bar-owner brothers Seth, Ben and Mike Wiley—also behind Bed-Stuy’s Glorietta Baldy and Carroll Garden’s Bar Great Harry—now take on Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, with their latest beer-focused watering hole. Touting a seasonal menu of 20 beers and 20 ciders, the bar has draft lines that are appointed to select styles (IPA, stout, dry and funky ciders), with rotating offerings sourced from NYC standbys (Other Half Brewing, Transmitter Brewing) and upstate imports (Ithaca Beer Co., Rochester, New York's Genesee Cream Ale). Beyond beers, a wine program likewise highlights New York State offerings, with bottles from Eminence Road Farm Winery in the Catskills and Bloomer Creek Vineyards in the Finger Lakes. Between sips, bargoers can flex their skills in a game of pinball or lounge in the backyard during fair-weather months.
415 Myrtle Ave
|Cross street:||between Vanderbilt and Clinton Aves|
|Transport:||Subway: G to Clinton–Washington Aves (Lafayette Ave)|
|Price:||Average drink: $8|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu 1pm–4am; Fri–Sun 2pm–4am|
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