Catering to a mixed-age crowd of hipsters, sports fans, USF students, and their parents, this boisterous bilevel brewpub leans toward Belgian and fruit-infused beers. Its menu strives to complement using elements that incorporate sweet, salty and sour. Pair your Fruitfly Framboise (raspberry wheat ale) or Simon Says Persimmon Saison with barbecued pulled pork sandwiched inside Indian naan bread, alongside cucumbers, cilantro, and tzatziki sauce, and served with a side of chickpea fries. Or try a refreshing Knify-Spoony Down Under Lager with some decadent poutine—thick-cut French fries slathered in beef gravy and cheese curds. On weekends, Barrel Head draws a neighborhoody brunch crowd for baked apple pancakes and brisket hash.
|Venue name:||Barrel Head Brewhouse|
1785 Fulton St
|Cross street:||between Masonic and Central Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon 4pm–midnight, Tue–Fri 4pm–2am, Sat–Sun 11am–midnight|
|Transport:||Bus 5, 43|
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