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Beer Available At Meadhall (arranged by most recent)
Pretty Things Once Upon a Time, 1939, No. 1 Ale , Jackís Abby Hoponius Union 99, Left Hand Ambidextrous III - Great Juju (Imperial Good Juju) , Left Hand Fade To Black Vol. 4: Rocky Mountain Black Ale 95, Ommegang Fleur De Houblon 95, Hitachino Nest Espresso Stout 99, Pretty Things Jack DíOr 96, Peak Organic Hop Noir 82, Notch Session Ale 72, Coney Island Barrel-Aged Human Blockhead 98, Hebrew Jewbelation Sweet Sixteen 94, Liefmans Goudenband 98, Maine Mead Works HoneyMaker Dry Hopped Mead 60, Maine Mead Works HoneyMaker Blueberry Mead 41, Moonlight Meadery Red Dress 61, Mystic Day of Doom 74, Moonlight Meadery Sensual 79, Moonlight Meadery Desire 78, Sap House Meadery Hopped Blueberry 91, Blacksmiths Fatty Bampkins
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Lubiere (416) Ottawa, Ontario | September 23, 2011
84 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 17/20
A great new addition to the Boston scene, next to Kendall station, perfect for a Cambridge pub crawl, including Cambrew and Lord Hobo. Over 100 taps of goodness, with regional and internation, selection of Belgian bottles (about 10), meads and scotches. Service is very friendly and definitely RB friendly. Menu is quite impressive, even for the barmenu: Great pork rinds and duck liver patť.
Chaseman (17) Massachusetts | August 26, 2011
82 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 15/20
Saw an ad for this place and decided to check it out. Right next to the MIT subway stop on the red line in East Cambridge off of Broadway. Entering Meadhall, I was immediately drawn to the massive chalk board on the wall showing their 100 beers available on tap. The bar is a massive oval surrounded by both low and high tables. The lack of televisions downstairs and the cool, dim lighting offer a more intimate setting at night. We made the mistake of going upstairs where they have a much smaller bar, and a bad system of having to abandon the register to go downstairs to shag beers. Even though they had couches and televisions upstairs, we went back down after waiting 10 minutes for our first round and were much happier at the downstairs bar. The bartenders are friendly and quick to respond to empty glasses. The beer is mostly American craft beer, with 20 or so Belgian beers as well, served in their respective logoed glassware. I would rather their menu be organized by brewer instead of style (as well as pronounce the brewer a little bolder), but it does help less experienced beer drinkers choose the types of beer that they like. Definitely coming back to try the food.
lushawn (230) Massachusetts | July 24, 2011| Updated May 6, 2012
74 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 4/10 OVERALL 13/20
100 beers on tap. One available under 6 bucks. Thatís right genessee at tap for 3.50. Two floors. Clean modern look. Somewhat cold. Needs to be broken in. Nice crowd but plenty of space. Careful when ordering as about 15 percent of the menu is sold out.
auerbrau (285) Peace Dale, Rhode Island | July 11, 2011| Updated December 29, 2011
70 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 5/10 OVERALL 13/20
Stopped in here to check out the new beer bar scene. This place is pretty damned nice. Specific glassware for every brewery, poured well, with very helpful, friendly bartenders. The food was great and I wanted to keep eating different things off the menu. They have lots of local and sustainable food options. Prices were fair. More a statement of New England beer bars than anything else, this is the kind of place that may have 100 beers on tap, but only 2-3 of them are limited in distribution or one-offs (an example from when I was there as Pretty Things EIP). Maybe New England brewers arenít cranking out the one-offs, but beer bars (Deep Ellum is an exception) arenít making a point of having them on tap.
A recent visit on 12/28/2011. A downgrade. Service was very slow and forgetful. The prices were now noticeably higher than surrounding places and the forced pour size infuriates me.
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