Pratt Street Ale House | Baltimore, Maryland
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Pratt Street Ale House
Good based on 64 ratings
Type: Brewpub (see listing)

206 W Pratt St
Baltimore, Maryland United States 21201 [ print map ]
410 244 8900 | facebook | twitter

Hours: Mon - Sun: 11:00 am - 2:00 am

Mayor: dlovell2 (6) | Taps: 20 | Bottles: 27

Pratt Street Ale House

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Beer Available At Pratt Street Ale House (arranged by most recent)
Olivers Destroyer of the Light , Olivers Sea of Spears 66, Olivers Shock Me , Olivers Exit Stage Left , Olivers Serpent and the King , Olivers Dark Horse 51, Olivers Summer Babe , Olivers ESB 89, Olivers Modern Life is Rubbish 81, Olivers 3 Lions Ale 63, Olivers Manchester Cream Ale 78, Olivers Bishopís Breakfast 86, Olivers Ironman Pale Ale 49, Olivers Draft Punk 75, Olivers Irish Red 46, Olivers Cherry Blossom 49, Olivers Shoot Out The Lites , Olivers Noche Del Chupacabra , Olivers / DuClaw Women and Children First
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64 reviews for Pratt Street Ale House
 Ambiance  75%
 Service  68%
 Selection  71%
 Food  71%
 Value  71%
 Overall  70%
 Rating  78%
Rating Distribution

  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 10/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE 6/10   OVERALL 13/20
Travlr  (2047) Washington, Washington DC | March 21, 2013
Cozy, comfortable place. Good service - although you canít get a sampler of the seasonals, staff will give you tastes. Beer was OK pub grub.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 3/10   SELECTION 10/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 6/10   OVERALL 5/20
t0rin0  (1510) Do Not Resuscitate, California | September 15, 2013
Visited July 2011.

Very nice area. near the water. Parking wasnít easy but I didnít mind walking a few blocks. There are two rooms inside and both were packed when I arrived. My first experience with their beer wasnít stellar. Actually it was awful. It was a cask at Churchkey that was room temperature, during a heat wave in DC. I tried most of the beers they offer. Actually I left about half a dozen unticked because I couldnít work through any more of them. They were just so bad. I almost threw up from the taste of some of these beers. Seriously, what the hell are they doing here? I got to the point of getting angry with how bad the beer was. Combine that with the fact that I wasnít feeling great and that the server never came back and yeah, it sucked. I left cash on the table and left. What a crappy place. Actually, if they were serving beer that they didnít brew it wouldnít be so bad since the patio was nice and there was a good crowd, but that beer, never again. In several hundred breweries visited now this is in my bottom 5.
3fourths  (1458) Boulder, Colorado | July 22, 2006| Updated April 20, 2013
Has the feel of a British pub, with mixed locals, ballgame fans and tourists. The beer here was terrible, from what I tried, which included the abbey dubbel, the porter and one other. Really terrible, like infection terrible. Otherwise it was somewhat of a normal pub, nothing too great about the style or the crowd to make me excited.
nate2g  (1045) Boomtown!, Australia | March 26, 2015
Convenient due to its central location and earlier opening hours. This was my first stop of the day in Baltimore. A small lunch time crowd so not overly busy. I see they didnít do flights so only settled for one pint of the Bishopís Breakfast Stout which was OK. Four guest taps available too. Friendly bartender who was doing a good job tending to the patrons. Overall, a stock standard brewpub but worth it if you find yourself desperate to tick some Olivers beers.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE 8/10   OVERALL 16/20
BeerandBlues2  (837) San Diego, California | January 28, 2012
This is an old, historic building in Baltimore with loads of history. Steve and Derek still brew in a brick-walled kettle with ceiling beams well below 6í. The interior is fairly open with a large bar and many taps. There are usually 3 hand pump beers, a few nitro beers along with the typical CO2 delivered beers. The servers are helpful and friendly. The food was pretty good and well-priced.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 11/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE 7/10   OVERALL 16/20
Dogbrick  (797) Columbus, Ohio | March 24, 2011
(Visited 08/2009): Not an exceedlingly clever name, but at least you know where to look. The bar is right across the Convention Center and close to Camden Yards, not too far off 395. As for parking, it is pretty scarce, especially on a weekend game day. I found a free meter several blocks away, but otherwise would have had to pay out the nose. Stopped in here before the Orioles/Red Sox game on 8/2/09, and the place was packed (looked about 50/50). After passing the patio, the interior is divided into a bar on the right and table seating everywhere else. There is a lot of brick and an ornate ceiling with tons of fans (the place didnít seem to have A/C). The beer selection is pretty good, with around 15-20 beers on draught. Most veer more toward English styles (all under the "Oliverís" moniker), including some that are hand-pulled. They have beers and they are nearly all available in large samples at 3/$5. They range from English Pale to ESB to Porter, with a couple unique seasonals. All of the beers I tried were above average but none were outstanding. Service was about what you would expect in a place packed with baseball fans on a hot afternoon. I would have dinged this score a bit because at first I was told "no samples" on "Event" days but whomever the server asked changed their mind. He also had a pretty good grasp of the beers available. The food at Pratt Street is pretty good. My fish sandwich was large and tasty. Overall this brewpub is a pretty obvious place to visit given the proximity to other Baltimore sights and their beer/food quality.
Braudog  (792) Phoenix, Arizona | July 3, 2005
This place impressed me with a big pick of English-style ales. It unimpressed me by its overcrowded and undermaintained setting. Iíd still have to say Iíd go back.
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 6/10   SELECTION 11/15   FOOD 6/10   VALUE 8/10   OVERALL 13/20
GT2  (662) Oceanside, California | November 5, 2012
Stopped in here with a few ratebeer people for our guys night our pub crawl. Service was odd, we had three to four different servers. Decently knowledgable about the beer on tap. Big minus for the place was that you cannot order sample sizes/small pours of their seasonal and specialty beers, only of their preset "light" and "dark" 4x4oz tasting flights. Food was large plate, upgraded Chiliís style. Had a stuffed cheese bagel with cream cheese and lump crab meat. Filling, heavy. Beers on tap were aplenty, maybe 20+ different house beers. But the quality of said beers was extremely low. Nearly every one was undrinkable, very chemical and almost toxic tasting with a few that even tasted like super glue. Some of the worst beer Iíve ever had in my life...and 15 in a row at that. Needs to hire a new brewmaster. Ambiance is typical English/Irish pub. TV/sports bar almost. Biggest plus was that it was mad cheap, $25 for trying 11 beers or so.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 10/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 9/10   OVERALL 16/20
NachlamSie  (653) Denver, Colorado | December 7, 2012
Looking at the exterior and the typical chain brewpub feel, I expected the beers to be mediocre and boring. I was pleasantly surprised with a solid seasonal selection and an above average IPA. I also really like the beer names. We sat outside for the first round and enjoyed some sunshine in December and a crazed homeless heckler. The second round was at the bar. Service was great at both.
Sammy  (611) Toronto, Ontario | June 27, 2008
A few stouts and bitters that are drinkable, a decent outside downtown. Outside of that, an overated bar. Not too large inside with punk style music, and waitresses. A couple of nitro taps, no casks on today. Kind of marginal to the afficionado. Long bar, no real knowledge on the part of staff. Service was Ok, prices are competitive with the beer scene here, 3 half pints for $5 Baltimore working class.

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