1. Sweetwater Tavern
Three microbreweries serving hand crafted brews, western inspired fun and favorites like the Drunken Ribeye.
2. Blackstone Restaurant & Brewery
Blackstone Restaurant & Brewery is the home of Nashville’s most award-winning craft beer and the venue that provides the perfect pub food pairing menu.
3. Heartland Brewery
Founded in 1995, Heartland Brewery is a NYC-based restaurant group with 7 locations, all with their own distinct identities. What they share in common is our award-winning locally brewed beer and a commitment to great food and warm, friendly service.
4. Frisco Tap House
Frisco Tap House is the home of PUSH American Brewing Company, Howard County, Maryland’s first craft brewery. What started out as a tiny beer bar in Columbia, MD has evolved into a popular brewpub serving honest and eccentric beers from IPAs to Pale Ales, Pumpkin beers and Milk Stouts.
5. The Beer Joint
The Beer Joint is Leesburg’s biggest and best brewery, restaurant and lounge providing the finest food, burgers and bourbons in the business.
6. Hyde Park Brewing Co
Since 1995, the Hyde Park Brewery has provided fine handcrafted beer for people in the Hudson Valley. Their menu features all natural, antibiotic and hormone free beef and pork from local farms.
7. The River Company Restaurant and Brewery
All of their draft beers are produced in house, offering a wide variety of flavors to please every palate.
8. Bull City Burger & Brewery
Bull City Burger and Brewery is a locally owned, independent restaurant and craft brewery. The restaurant is very much “farm-to-fork,” working closely with North Carolina pasture-raised beef farmers and they are a full scale working brewery.
9. Tall Tales Brewery
Serving great craft beer along with delicious food cooked in thei wood fired pizza oven.
10. Liberty Steak House
Liberty Steakhouse & Brewery is based on America’s rich ethnic cooking styles, complimented by finely hand-crafted beers, tantalizing starters and perfectly seared steaks.
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