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NOW Magazine - Beer Guide - - BEER GUIDE -

Beer­bistro is one of the city's top des­ti­na­tions for Bel­gian beer And if you do dig that kind of scene, throw your­self into the mob, clear a path with de­signer-clad el­bows and order a fancy beer – there are over 100 kinds to choose from. Beer­bistro is an ex­cel­lent launch pad for the novice beer drinker. The bot­tle­heavy menu is for­mat­ted as a flavour map nav­i­ga­ble by mood. If you fancy some­thing quench­ing, so­cia­ble, ro­bust or spicy, your op­tions (com­plete with tast­ing notes) are laid out for you. Years in op­er­a­tion 11 years. Spe­cialty A wide se­lec­tion of Bel­gian bot­tles, plus lo­cal and in­ter­na­tional se­lec­tions; 20 mostly lo­cal taps with some Euro faves like Ro­den­bach and Hacker-Pschorr mixed in. Food Bel­gian-in­spired fare like mus­sels and steak frites with sug­gested beer pair­ings; gas­tro pub grub. Beer is even in­cor­po­rated into some dishes, like the cheese and lager fon­due ($15) and the Blanche de Cham­bly cured smoked sal­mon ($12). Pa­tio Siz­able side pa­tio seats 60. Hours Mon­day to Wed­nes­day 11:30 am to 1 am, Thurs­day and Fri­day 11:30 am to 2 am, Satur­day 11 am to 2 am. Sun­day 11 am to mid­night.

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